I know if I had a magnetic resonance test all my brain is functioning. I just received this Strain from my usual weed guy and not from a Dispensary although I live in MA and we have Recreational and Medical weed stores..Two hits and I was happily high with no complaints. 🤣..seriously though 🤨 I dont taste the fruitiness. Smells Jolting, nice energetic feeling,top notch herb 4sure!
Definitely go taste some👍🏼👍🏼 The mental aspect of the high is about as enlightening as watching a transformers, or a Star Wars movie. It is so stupid, unenlightened, and nonstimulating because of the unnecessary inclusion of blue into an otherwise perfect og. Blue makes the high unenlightened and non stimulating. I feel like the odds of hearing a higher spirit speak to me on his strain are about as likely as finding a good idea in a transformers movie. It’s a bad combination of mentally worthless and restlessness. Doesn’t help sleep either; It’s funny it is literally named after star wars. While the overall potency and somewhat steep fall-off around 1.5 hours left us wishing for slightly more potency overall, it seems that part of that was due to the overall clarity of the experience — it never felt overbearing or pushy. The smell and taste package are something that most Kush-lovers will fawn over and while it had minimal body effects, it instilled a sense of calm focus that lent itself nicely to quiet work projects.
You can unsubscribe from Leafly email messages anytime. Marijuana use is illegal, with the exception of medial usage in some instances in the country of Canada. The Opium and Drug Act of 1923 in Canada made marijuana illegal and since 1997 it has been included in the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. During 2002 the House of Commons Special Committee investigated the non-medical use of marijuana and issued a report that stated it was unhealthy, but the current laws for possession or cultivation of small amounts was overly harsh. Their idea would be that the person in possession of 15 grams or less would be ticketed and personal cultivation of up to seven plants would be a summary offense. Then in 2007 Prime Minister Harper declared new a National Anti-Drug Strategy.
This proposed bill would have anyone dealing marijuana serve a year in jail, unless there was violence involved or if they sold marijuana to minors, in which case it would be a mandatory jail sentence. There are penalties in place that have maximum penalties for growing or producing cannabis between 7 and 14 years. There is currently and has been challenged to legalize marijuana in Canada and the laws have been disputed in both the appellate courts and Superior courts. The most recent Angus Reid poll that was conducted in 2009 showed that 53 percent of the people polled were in favor of the legalization of marijuana.