Strain: 7-way Sativa (Cross of seven unnamed sativa strains, or so the budtender told me)(Sold at The Herbery)
Grower: Northwest Cannabis Solutions (Also known as Magic Kitchen and Evergreen) (Washington)
Onset time: About three minutes (took two hits)
Fade: About an hour
Tingling (where did you feel it): Cheeks – wow, they feel big and rosy to kick this one off. Also chest, ears, foot bottoms, shoulders, sides of head.
Control (can you maintain focus, etc): Moderate. I’m a little spaced out but can focus if I need to.
Emotions: Happy, peaceful, calm
Energy level: Moderate. I could go either way on this – plunk down on the couch or go out for a walk.
Smell: Berry, musk, pine
Relieves: Nice muscle relaxer. Might actually good for dental pain with the extensive cheek tingles.
Positives: Nice balanced high with both sativa- and indica-like aspects. Body is very relaxed. Mind is sort of fuzzy but the energy is good and the ability to focus is decent.
Negatives: Dry mouth and a bit of a foggy head.
Other notes: Tasty smoke with a hint of pine. Packs a nice punch – more than I was expecting. A little bit will do you just fine. Feels a lot more like a balanced hybrid than a sativa. I’m very familiar with Magic Kitchen as an edibles producer, but this is the first time I’ve tried their flower. Nice stuff!