John Grow #3 submitted to our partners at Origo Labs his most recently harvested Barney’s Farm Dos Si Dos 33 for Cannabinoids and Terpenes tests. Dos Si Dos 33 is an indica-dominant hybrid (60%/40%) and not so much of a cross between parent strains as a blend of several strains. Dos Si Dos 33 was developed from OG Kush Breath (a Girl Scout Cookies pheno crossed with Face Off OG) then crossed again with Cookies Kush (OG Kush pheno x GSC). In addition, a subtle blend of Gelato #33 (Sunset Sherbet x Thin Mint GSC) was added.
Origo Lab Results
Cannabinoids Test Dates
Analyzed 01/19/2021: Date Completed 01/20/2021
Terpenes Test Dates
Analyzed 01/18/2021: Date Completed 01/22/2021
The Dos Si Dos 33 tested at 17.562% total THC, 0.104% total CBD, and 20.482% total Cannabinoids. As the Origo Labs pie chart reports, this terpenes profile tested in three tiers.
This strain’s top three terpenes included trans-caryophyllene (44.76%), α-humulene (12.53%), and limonene (12.12%). The next three most prevalent terpenes were β-myrcene (5.93%), terpineol (2.01%), and linalool (3.75%). A final tier of minor terpenes included caryophyllene oxide (1.92%), cis-nerolidol (1.92%), α-bisabolol (1.41%), trans-nerolidol, (1.84%), others (6.50%).
The Medical Results
This one large bud of Dos Si Dos 33 has three shades of dark green and is sticky, especially when broken apart, but overall the dense bud’s color is as rusty orange from the deluge of pistils and creamy white from the trichome beads as it is green.
The terpenes profile of this strain provides a diverse smell and flavor. The aroma instantly reminds you of touring a craft brewing while in a room filled with sweet hops. It is no surprise that the top three-out-of-four terpernes (trans-caryophyllene, humulene, and myrcene) in Dos Si Dos 33 match the top three terpenes in hops. But the aroma also delivers back notes of minty spice and a touch of herby citrus.
The flavor is even more dynamic than the aroma. Obviously, with its lineage, Dos Si Dos 33 delivers a deep OG Kush and minty sweetness taste. The flavor also offers notes of a wood, citrus, spice. The mint, spice, and sweetness combination is very interesting. Not three flavors you’d think would fit together, but they do. This was one of those strains in which each toke brought out different notes of earthy sweetness or pepper citrus or minty cloves.
The effects of Dos Si Dos 33 strike quick and start with an energy rush for the first part of the buzz. The strong happy cerebral high is conducive to being productive for the first two-thirds of the buzz. The last third, though, the more traditional sedative indica effect kicks in for more of that stoney feeling. The most impressive characteristic, though, is the body buzz. Dos Si Dos 33 is loaded with terpenes that help with inflammation. The body buzz takes a while to build up, but once it sets it, it’s heavy, like eating an edible.
Which brings this review to a side note. John Grow #3 also creates an RSO Fruity Pebble Rice Krispie treat, and your relief could not have came at a better time for back pain after spending eight hours in a vehicle. John Grow #3 makes the RSO out of the bottom nugs and sugar leaves from his Dos Si Dos 33 plant. The Dos Si Dos 33 RSO produces a body buzz at least three times as strong as the flower, and after about thirty minutes, the effects complexly eliminate the inflammation in your lower back and delivered solid sleep for hours.
Medical Patient Homegrown vs. Cultivators
So is this Medical Patient Homegrown not as good as, as good as, or better than dispensary flower? Or is it the fire of Illinois medicine? The closest dispensary flower to compare Dos Si Dos 33 to is Dos Si Dos F2 from Revolution, which is a sativa-leaning hybrid with a little more energy. The Dos Si Dos 33 has a heavier and longer lasting body buzz. And of course, the Dos Si Dos 33 is dried, cured, and trimmed with care. So John Grow #3’s medicine was better and cheaper than what he can purchase at the dispensary.
Patient Growing Experience
How long have you been a registered Illinois Medical Patient? I have been a registered Illinois Medical Patient since 12/6/2019.
How long have you been growing your own medicine? I have been growing my own medicine off and on for 20 years.
Why did you start growing your own medicine? I started growing my own medicine because it was the most affordable way for me to medicate. I also grow because it enables me to not have to rely on anybody else but myself when obtaining medication. I also produce my own medication so that I can ensure that it is organic.
What do you want to add about growing at home in Illinois? I would just like to point out how easy and how enjoyable it is to grow cannabis. There’s a substantial percentage of the medical cannabis population who cannot afford the cost of medical cannabis; therefore, the state has allowed us to grow in order to make it more accessible for those who cannot afford medical prices.
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