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THE NUG REPORT ~ Cotton Candy Kush & Lurky Hash

Cotton Candy Kush. This light green bud with orange patches delivered an instant head blast. With a smell like cotton candy stored in hay, the herb is soft and super-crisp, tearing off in crystalled clumps like the carnival treat it's named for. The exhale too has a taste of cotton candy, with that web-like sensation you get when you stuff your schnoz in the swirled pink sugar. Though the head tingling was instant, the high was soft, enjoyable, relaxing, neither heavy nor energizing. It has kind of a melty mouth feel, and kept everyone happy, on top of a light body high. Takes a minute for the stoneyness to really set in, but then you zone out...

Lurky Hash. This dependable, solid concentrate has terrific light notes of all those complex perfumey flavors that hash is famous for. The dark chunks boast milk chocolate streaks, and though they crumble easily, are dry and hard, possibly what leads to a smooth, but ashy taste. Or maybe that's just the way it does. The high is trippy and swirlin', giving a soft, psychedelic edge to your herbal medication. Or try it solo to bore a hole through yr dome.

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