We are pleased to welcome back Jane Grow #2 to our Medical Patient Homegrown Reviews. As mentioned in a recent patient review, one of the goals for this educational series was to showcase exactly what Illinois medical patients are creating with their own homegrown medicine. We have reviewed flower, edibles, concentrates,FECO, and more. In this review, Jane Grow #2 showcases several more ways she puts her homegrown to use.
Jane Grow #2 harvest two strains and created a few other medications for something different. The two strains included Ice Cream Cake x Wedding Poop by Foggy Pharms and Pop Art (Platinum Punch x Deadly Sativa). Jane Grow #2 also added Canna Sugar, Sour Powder Dip, and Honey-Roasted Almonds.
Ice Cream Cake x Wedding Poop by Foggy Pharms was a terpene-filled strain for the flavor chasers. Flavors included sweat creamy vanilla, chemical funk, mint, sour fruits, citrusy berries, and earthiness. The indica-leaning high was heavy with a cloudy head and heavy blanket body buzz.
Pop Art was a fast-finishing and stress-resistant phenotype of Platinum Punch bred by Genetics use and selected from seed by Mass Medical Strains. Another flavorful strain but in different ways. The Pop Art’s flavor carried sweet berries, citrus, haze, turpentine, and a mild funk. The sativa-leaning high built quickly, but at the same time, the cerebral buzz leveled off for an uplifting but also relaxing high, a preference for patients who enjoy sativa strains but not the raciness. The overall buzz had a feel-good mood changer and a smile-at-nothing effect.
Along with the flower, Jane Grow #2 created multipurpose-use Canna Sugar that can be eaten straight or poured in tea, coffee, or used in baking.
“I made the canna sugar by infusing 190-proof alcohol with 4 ounces of high-grade cannabis,” Jane Grow #2 said. “I measured 8 cups of sugar to 4 cups of liquid, mix until all the sugar was coated in a 9×13 baking dish, and cooked on lowest heat setting, stirring often. Once the sugar was dry and moved freely as granules again, it was done.”
Another item Jane Grow #2 created with the sugar was honey-roasted almonds. She substituted plain sugar with the canna sugar. Once roasted, she topped almonds with canna sugar to help prevent sticking.
At an attempt at a little fun while medicating, Jane Grow #2 created sour powder dip, similar to the Fun Dip of her youth. The sour powder is “just jacked up Kool-Aid powder” in which she added 2 cups of finely grinded canna sugar to one pack of Kool-Aid powder.
“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 www.vetgardens.org 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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