Before this turns into a pampered-weed-guy-complains-about-actually-working article, I have to take a step back and explain how this TV show insanity even came about in the first place.
Ry Prichard has been a cannabis reviewer and photographer for the better part of 5 years. Dubbed "the biggest weed nerd in town" by Rolling Stone magazine, he spends his days in grow rooms and dispensaries throughout the state surrounded by the plant he loves,
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Doubts arise that this strain is actually OG Kush, but our weed critic soldiers on anyway and has a “surprisingly enjoyable” experience — at a bargain price.
When I got offered the chance to attend the first show on the Trailer Park Boys’ new tour, I practically jumped at the chance. Then the deal got sweetened further with a private dispensary-organized cannabis tasting — and my head figuratively exploded.
I’ve always appreciated Moby Dick’s balanced Hazy crispness, which isn’t my normal flavor profile of choice but nonetheless strikes my nostalgic fancy from time to time, bringing to mind a lot of the Haze-dominant strains I tried during my trips to Amsterdam.
You head to a neighborhood pot shop with something specific in mind: Blue Dream. You pick up an eighth, but the buds look different, and the smoke and effects on your body are different too. Why doesn’t this Blue Dream look and behave like previous Blue Dreams? Because it’s not Blue Dream.
The potency and overall quality of the physical effects in Poochie Love more than made up for the somewhat lackluster flavor. I’d peg the Poochie Love as a solid daytime choice for the majority of users, as it didn’t come with any undertones of anxiety or other uncomfortable feelings.
Strain Theory: The 1st Place Medical Indica from this year’s Cannabis Cup smells great but wasn’t very enjoyable to smoke. The nug was pretty gorgeous and seemed well-grown; there was a generous coating of well-preserved trichomes all over the minty green surface.
While there’s definitely a positive impression from Pure Power Plant, sometimes there are questions about the bona fides. But from a quality standpoint, the lost art of curing so far seems to have been rediscovered in this year’s Cup winners, and this sample was no exception.
If you like a sweet Haze with world-class potency that enhances just about any activity (who doesn’t?), you’d be well-served to check out Ghost Train Haze grown by Denver-based medical dispensary Green Man Cannabis.