We don’t usually publish back-to-back reviews from the same cultivator, but as mentioned in my review of Chicago Dawg Live Resin, I picked up from Maribis Springfield more new and “re-released” Bedford Grow strains in concentrates form than I should have. This review is for Money’$ Pug Life Live Sauce, which is not a new release, but instead an older Bedford Grow strain that has not been on dispensary menus for quite some time.
Money’$ Pug Life, or Money’s Pug Life, is a sativa-leaning hybrid three-way cross of Triangle Kush and Stardawg and Haze. This 1g of live sauce tested at 85.74% THCa, 1.65% 85.74% THC, 1.01% CBGa, 0.14% CBG, and 88.54% total cannabinoids. The total terpenes topped out at 5.96% and led with β-myrcene, limonene, β-caryophyllene, α-humulene, and α-pinene.
The golden diamond chunks delivered a kushy hops, chemmy citrus, and earthy pine aroma. The flavor hit first with chemmy kush, citrus, pine and followed with notes of sweet hops and lavender. On the end of the exhale, the flavor also carried notes of orangey cinnamon, earth, and piney lavender.
Bedford Grow’s sativa strains are almost always what I recommend for patients who do not want that racy feeling but still want to smoke uplifting sativa. Money’$ Pug Life fit into that same mode with a cerebral, euphoric, and energetic head high balanced with a heavy body buzz.
The head high hit fast and sat heavy in the crown of my head. The cerebral buzz kept my mind open, focused, motivated, and creative. The head high released mental stress and picked up my overall mood every time. At the same time, the body buzz, also with a fast onset, had that heavy blanket-over-the-entire-body feeling.
The body buzz kept the head high from becoming too racy and anxious. I was content to sit at my desk to work, play games, or watch shows and videos. But I did not have the urge to get up and do physical work or other chores. For more Illinois News Joint reviews, click here.
To qualify and receive a medical patient card at a discounted rate, click here.
To learn more about cannabis-friendly events in Illinois, click here.
For more Illinois cannabis industry news, click here.
FDA Disclaimer: The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.
Effects & Medical Attributes are based on anecdotal evidence. Individual experiences can be varied.