Point Break

Point Break was bred by Surfr and this batch was cultivated by Eugreen. This was the first strain I tried from Eugreen and I probably couldn’t have picked a better one. The quality was apparent from first sight, and then the smell, oh my! The flowers were big, chunky, and had voluptuous bracts. The moisture and abundance of trichomes resulted in a sticky situation when it came time to break the buds up.

About that smell I mentioned earlier… Point Break smelled exactly like the orange groves when they are in full pollination. If you are a flavor driven connoisseur, this strain is a must try. The taste was nearly identical to the smell, just a little burnt. It was hard to believe that smoke could taste so great.

Within five minutes of smoking Point Break, she began creeping on. She started working her way into my mind and body and offered a state of centeredness and peace. Regardless of her soothing effects, Point Break was still perfect for daytime use when moderately dosed. This strain paired well with exercise, getting daily tasks completed, writing, creativity, meditating, or just lounging on the couch.

In terms of medicinal benefits, Point Break was useful for stress, anxiety, PTSD, nausea, migraines, and ADD-like symptoms. This is one of the best daytime use strains I have found for chronic illness.

What makes Point Break a top choice is her versatility, allowing relaxation or productivity, while avoiding all mental confusion and anxiety. I was a big fan of the balance between the mind and body effects. The best way to say it is; Point Break just makes life better.

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