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Nug Report ~ Buddha's Cheese (Cannabis Indica Dominant)

I love fruit flavored ganja. Sometimes after I scoop up a few scattered grams at a co-op, my lil' glass jars look like a spice rack--strawberry cough, grape ape, lemon diesel, blackberry kush, bubbleberry. Buddha's Cheese is a fun, food-named herb; fun as it looks and smells much like a heavy cheese. Say what? IT LOOKS AND SMELLS MUCH LIKE CHEESE! This bud has a weird feel, like it's sewn together with tiny strands of silk. The hairs are all yellow and it probably came from space aliens. Or the Dutch or something. Actually, very good Hindu Kush is quite similar; dank, with the smell of Jolly Ranchers and cheddar.

The smoke from a draw of this wicked sensimilla (and it always comes sin semillas) is tasty, very smooth, lingering, and complex, with nutty, cheesy, woody, and overall plain dope flavor. This strain is not just hype and novelty, cheese gets you fucked up in body and mind like a really strong indica will do. Experienced smokers will feel the effects, though not everyone is crazy about the heavy taste. The effects are strong, but joyous,leaving a buzzing face and a smile, though not too much will make you weary.

The next week, I returned to the same co-op and got Blue Cheese, an incredibly delicious mix of blueberry and cheese. I had a beautiful unique looking nug full of sharp, defined branchesand peaks of bud that blended the two kinds in look and smell, but smoked it all without taking a picture. Oops! Sorry Taco hustlaz, maybe next time, as I will want more of that one when it comes back to town.


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