Crouching Tiger Hidden Alien

These genetics were created by Exotic Genetix and grown by The Secret Garden of Washington. The cultivator’s package on this product is pretty cool, it comes in a glass container that is reminiscent of a baby food jar. Upon opening the jar, the aroma was lacking a bit but smelled faintly of musk. The buds were attractive and tightly bound. I didn’t realize how dense they were though until I started trying to break into them. The moisture content was just right which made pulling off the buds more manageable. After breaking open the buds they did get noticeably more aromatic.

The bowl burned evenly and well which can be a sign of quality cannabis, especially when buds are as dense as these were. On the exhale the smoke was thick and left my lungs yearning for a few deep breaths of oxygen. The onset of CTHA was quick. My full body relaxed and became heavy after only a few minutes. After she set in it was hard to motivate myself to get up.

CTHA paired well with meditation because it connected me deeply with my body and heartbeat. My mind remained moderately active after each session. This made her a decent choice to pair with art as long as I didn’t have to stand.  The times I smoked her when I already had anxiety floating around in my subconscious, the strain brought it to the forefront of my mind. The upside was the anxiety would pass quickly and easily.

Although the strain offered tranquility, I found it better suited for an afternoon nap rather than a nighttime sleep aid. Another noteworthy detail was this strain caused some significant cotton mouth, so I kept water close by. I noticed she had the ability to get me dazed out, so operating machinery would not have been a good idea. CTHA had solid medicinal value for anxiety (in mild/moderate doses), and appetite. This strain also helped me with pain and migraines. The downside was the high didn’t last more than about thirty minutes. This was a great strain for the end of day relaxation or for days of restlessness, anxiety and overwhelm if I didn’t have to get much done.

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