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The Nug Report ~ Herajuana OG

2008 heard the release of trippy, mellow, heroin-type music by bands like Beach House, CocoRosie, Magnetic Fields, Cat Power, Death Vessel, and a reunion of My Bloody Valentine. My only issue with this is my own lack of a skag habit to truly get into their excellent tunes. Fortunately, the herijuana came into my life to solve that massive problem.

Reports had told me this dope puts you to sleep, but I rarely believe the hype. Sure enuff, a couple of giant hits from the bong had me go from perky to drowsy as all get out within a few minutes. You are getting schleeeepy...A few minutes more, and I was headed to bed several hours early. Over the next few days, I grew a little tolerance to this bud, which is crossed with the prized OG Kush strain and had that excellent OG smell to its light green, innocuous looking tight nugs. Even with some resistance, I loved the waves of ecstasy that pulsed through my body, eventually easing me to a nice drowsiness. A very pleasant feeling and a truly devastating herb.

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