Aerīz’s multipurpose Full Spectrum Hash Oil was a semi-regular tool in my arsenal when I worked in retail. Having something subtle and odor free that would remain active for hours came in handy as I glided through interactions like a leaf in the breeze. This week, I got to try one of the cultivator’s new curated strain blends, Morning Mist, now in Dablicator hardware instead of the previous assembly-required twist dispenser.
Morning Mist is a mix (not a cross) of Jack Herer and Pink Lemonade, two sativa-dominant strains known for enhancing moods and managing anxiety. This gram of FSHO, a CO2-extracted product, contained 80.91% activated THC and 86.35% total cannabinoids. Its top terpenes were b-caryophyllene at 0.69%, a-humulene at 0.30%, a-bisabolol at 0.20% and terpinolene at 0.18%, making for a strong line of defense against inflammation and depression, pharmacologically.
Using the Dablicator frankly made me miss the old dispenser, as the dosing was much less precise and harder to control than I was accustomed to. A note on the packaging indicates that a single black line, the first visible graduation on the dosage gauge, corresponds to 47.49mg, with the maximum single ejection being about triple that amount. However, I started to discover that slight variances in headspace between uses made the actual amount released inconsistent.
Though I typically use the oil sublingually for the most part, I also found the needle-like tip of the first-gen dispenser more practical for dabbing, ironically, than the Dablicator, as it created more distance between a hot surface and any plastic components. That said, I could see the Dablicator potentially being advantageous for those with arthritis or fine motor difficulties. My preference of delivery system aside, Morning Mist was a dynamic, helpful, and highly potent product.
A “black line” sublingual dose of roughly 50mg was fast-acting with sprightly, creative, and motivating results, while a “red line” dose closer to 150mg was more extended release, taking several hours for the sedative effect to peak, at which point a nap was nearly inevitable. Anything in between the dosage boundaries had a systemically regulating impact, replacing smoke and dab cravings for days on end.
While oral administration unlocked more full-body effects, smoking a Morning Mist FSHO-laden bowl (dripped generously on top of a pinch of bud and smeared on the screen of my Køl pipe) was a much headier experience. Within a few hits, I felt electricity crackling off of my scalp, concentrating in the frontal lobe as a phantom weight manifested in the occipital area in the back of my head. I took great pleasure in being outside, staring at colorful scenes as I was imbued with confidence in my ability to wring as much out of the day as I wanted.
I recommend this product as daytime medication for the sativa averse, since I didn’t detect any of the raciness, distracting thoughts, or changes in heart rate that steer some people away. An equally good companion for handling business, as it was to enjoy a walk in the sunshine, Morning Mist was empowering in moderate quantities and overpowering in excess, allowing users to choose their own adventure with an added element of fate thanks to somewhat irregular dose metering.
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