I’m back with the second Bedford Grow’s sativa flowers entry into the 2021 High Times Cannabis Cup Illinois: People’s Choice Edition: Pootie Tang.
This eighth of Pootie Tang, picked up from Maribis Springfield, is a sativa-hybrid cross of LA Kush and Tang Tang and is named after the infamous movie. This batch tested at 0.73% THC, 26.64% THCa, 1.25% CBGa, and 28.62 total cannabinoids. The primary terpenes included β-myrcene, limonene, β-caryophyllene, and β-pinene.
The aroma mixed hops, pine, cinnamon orange, and earthy floral. The flavor hit all those same notes but also offered more. The inhale hit first with kush, pine, hops, and citrus and finished with notes of citrus and pepper.
The exhale started with the hops, pine, and citrus and ended with sour pine and earthy pepper. During both inhale and exhale, a sour tang randomly appeared and then faded into the other flavors.
The potent head high sat heavy in the upper crown of the head but also delivered a peaceful uplifting high. The focuses waned at times, especially with extra doses, and caused some mental laps during writing that were more thought-drift than thought-lock
Like most Bedford Grow sativa, Pootie Tang offered a stronger than normal body buzz. The buzz increased with each dose but did not become too relaxing to squash motivation.
Instead, the buzz complemented the cerebral buzz, and I found dosing during the day performing menial physical activities worked best. The body buzz countered the cerebral high for an uplifting day toke that added muscle relaxation and pain relief.
Though not at the top of my list for Work Sativa list, Pootie Tang was another solid sativa that followed the same Bedford Grow pattern of strong head and body high buzzes with loose focus. The advantages of Bedford Grow’s sativa strains are that they often work well for patients who do not like racy effects but still want the energy and sativa high.
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