Grassroots’ 3.5g Honey Buckets are favorites among Illinois medical patients and myself, and it’s great to see more strain options available. A big fan of classic kush and OG strains, Grassroots’ Triangle Kush Live Sugar Honey Bucket by Grassroots was a must try. Triangle Kush is a cross of Hindu Kush and Lemon Thai and Chemdog. This bucket was picked up from Rise Naperville and tested at 3.15% THC, 77.76% THCa, 0.22% CBDa and Total 83.22%.
This Triangle Kush Live Sugar Honey Bucket had a perfect consistency, smell, and taste. The live sugar was golden brown with a nice sauce to sugar ratio. The aroma was quite pungent with pinene, limonene and nerolidol being the dominant terpenes.
It was a potpourri of earth, spruce, and citrus. The aroma led right into the flavor, as most Grassroots’ extracts do. The kush characteristics came through nicely.
The effects started out uplifting with an increase in focus, leading way to a full-body relaxation. According to Grassroots’ website, this strain is “wonderful for chronic pain and fatigue, migraines, glaucoma, nausea, muscle spasms, tremors, and more.”
The strain paired well with a funny movie and a good night’s sleep. Overall, Grassroots’ extracts continue to be top-tier in the Illinois market and a better value when purchased in this quantity. Those looking for a potent kush that will leave you relaxed and relieve pain, might enjoy Triangle Kush Live Sugar.
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