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Strain Sheet: Northwest Berry Lemonade from Sensi Sweets (Washington)

Northwest Berry Lemonade from Sensi Sweets (Washington)

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Reviewer: Sue Vorenberg
Strain: Northwest Berry Lemonade
Grower: Sensi Sweets (Washington)(Available at High-5 Cannabis)
Onset time: About a half-hour.
Fade: About three hours and 15 minutes.
Strength: 75 mg THC bottle with eight servings. Getting the desired dosage requires a little math – there’s no clear directions either on the bottle or on the company website for dosage related to THC content. Per my calculations, two 1 ounce shot glasses (the plastic glass on top of the bottle) equal about 12.5 mg THC.
Tingling (where on your body do you feel it?): Lips, cheeks, shoulders, forehead, temples
Control (can you maintain focus, etc.): Can focus and function. There’s a spacey euphoric quality to it but it’s not overpowering. Social function is good.
Emotions: Calm, peaceful, relaxed.
Paranoia: No
Energy level: Medium. Was fine for a weights workout.
Taste: Great berry lemonade flavor with almost no weed taste. One of the better pre-made drinks I’ve tried. I could have guzzled the whole bottle if it wasn’t infused. One bit of advice I got from a budtender – if it seems too sweet, take your dose and mix it with some soda water. That cuts down on the sweetness and also lets you drink a whole soda, rather than a few shots of one.
Relieves: Stress, body aches, bad mood.
Positives: Social function and general activity levels are good on this one. I think this would be a fun one for a music festival or concert. Also nice torso relaxation.
Negatives: Dosage information should be updated – if not on the bottle at least on the website.
Other notes: The shot glass on this thing is confusing. The label says two capfuls equals one dose – but the actual cap is tiny. The plastic shot glass lists measurements in drams, ounces, tablespoons and milliliters, but doesn’t equate any of that with a dosage amount.

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