Kush Cake

Pintail was another garden not on my radar until Kobe at Oregrown brought them to my attention. It turned out to be another sound recommendation. I think it’s awesome after being in Portland for a few years, I am still able to come across craft cannabis farms that I hadn’t heard of yet. This is another reason why Portland is my favorite cannabis locale. If you haven’t been there yet, it’s a must!

Kush Cake had a beautiful appearance. Her bud structure had horn-like appendages that had grown all over each chunky bud. The color of the bracts and leaves ranged from dark green to purple and nearly black. The trichomes glistened in the light which created a rusty tone that coated the buds. Her aroma encompassed woodsy, oily and musk. The smoke was smooth and easy on the lungs. On the exhale she tasted exactly like artesian bread that was toasted on a grill.

The high of Kush Cake was unique and versatile. She set in quick with an uplifting but soft and balanced happiness. If I allowed myself to get too relaxed after smoking Kush Cake, I remained put and had little motivation to get up. On the flip side, if I stayed on my feet and remained engaged with an activity, Kush Cake worked great as a functional high. Regardless of what direction I took the high, this strain did not pair well with difficult or highly complex tasks.

Kush Cake was an excellent strain for meditation, introspection, journaling, and anything involving creativity. Kush Cake had some solid medicinal uses such as anxiety, PTSD, ADD-like symptoms, depression, stress, and appetite stimulation. In higher doses, Kush Cake offered solid narcotic effects making her great for pain. Overall, I would have to say my favorite part of Kush Cake was her ability to make me feel like a Buddha. The strain calmed my nerves, neutralized any frustration or irritation, and provided contentment.

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