We are pleased to announce our re-launch of Medical Patient Homegrown Reviews series. The Homegrown Reviews is an educational review series in which Illinois News Joint showcases homegrown medicine from Illinois patients in order to better inform our readers about exactly what registered patients are growing and why they are doing it. The goal is to educate patients on the variety of medicinal benefits available, so patients can better individualize homegrown medicine for their specific needs. Please check out our Medical Patient Homegrown Reviews for more information.
We are re-launching the homegrown review series with medicine grown by John Grow #7, also known as Illinois Ed, as part of our Illinois News Joint Grow Journal. John Grow #7 grew five different strains, including Prayer Pupil by Mass Medical Strains (in collaboration with Bodhi Seeds).
Prayer Pupil is a sativa-dominant F1 hybrid (45% Sativa, 55% Indica) cross of Star Pupil by Mass Medical Strains and Prayer Tower Sativa (lemon Thai pheno) by with Bodhi Seeds. The bushy Prayer Pupil plant finished flower in nine weeks and three days. Primary and a few secondary terpenes included limonene, myrcene, linalool, humulene, pinene, and nerolidol.
This phenotype was more Prayer Tower than Star Pupil and also one of the squatter plants of the phenotypes. Branches developed short node spacing and long top colas. The bright-green fluffy buds were stuffed with orange pistils and powdered with dense trichomes.
The unique aroma shifted between sweet floral chemical and creamy mint lavender but kept an interesting incense smell throughout. It reminded me of that smell that hits when you step inside a well-established headshop. The flavor hit with creamy lavender and a cross of incense, hash, and lemon-diesel soap.
I was not able to get this tested before this review (working on a partnership for future reviews), but the potency was extremely strong. The onset did not take long at all and hit with a head-lifting cerebral high that set in the top half the head. The energetic high was a racy, at times, when dosing heavily, and new smokers or patients with anxiety triggered by sativa should avoid this strain.
However, if you’re like me and enjoy super energetic cerebral strains, Prayer Pupil was perfect for daytime medication. Though a noticeable body buzz settled in later in the buzz, this strain was primarily for patients who prefer potent euphoric and psychedelic head highs should grow this strain.
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