We are pleased to welcome back Jane Grow #2 to our Medical Patient Homegrown Reviews. After showcasing several ways she puts her homegrown to use in her last review, Jane Grow #2 returns, as with her first review, with more flower. Jane Grow #2 recently harvest French Beignet bred by Bayou Boys Genetics.
French Beignet is a hybrid cross of Apple Fritter and (Mac1 and Gary Payton). The strain has an earthy mint, skunk, floral musk, and sweet pine aroma. The flavor delivers sweet and creamy pine and heavy notes of floral funk, gassy skunk, and sour mint.
The effects land right in that 50/50 hybrid spot with a strong head and body buzz. The head-high onset is quick, and the weight of the high sits heavy in the eyes and temples and at the base of the head. The head high is relaxing and mentally distressing, and with larger doses, can cause thought wandering or thoughtlock. The mental buzz begins as uplifting and euphoric but late in the buzz can slip into sedation.
The body buzz also has a quick onset that starts in the core of the body and works the relaxation and pain relief outward toward the shoulder, arms, and legs. The body buzz comes in waves of relaxation that stacks on top one another for a heavier calming sensation.
“I have been growing my own medicine for more than a year,” Jane Grow #2 said. “I started growing my own medicine because the dispensary prices are far too high for me to afford, when seeking proper treatment. I really enjoy growing at home. It has become a form of therapy for me, and it helps dramatically with keeping my severe PTSD symptoms away.”
The patient requested this information be released: Find Jane Grow #2 on Instagram @kingcloud710. “I founded VETGardens and am an Admin for Vet Garden’s Private Group and Grow Chick’s on Facebook,” Jane Grow #2 said. “We are a co-op of Veteran’s growing our medicine and helping our Battle Family in any way we can.”
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