All About Peanut Butter Breath Weed Strain
Peanut Butter Breath marijuana is a wonderful idea for users who need to unwind and relax after a working day. A 50/50 hybrid originally created by ThugPug Genetics has inherited the potency and aroma from its parent strains. This strain is a product of a cross between famous Do-Si-Dos and Mendo Breath.
Users who love the taste of actual peanut butter will surely appreciate this weed’s fragrance composition. The strain’s primary scents are earthy and nutty, the same as the tastes on the exhale. But the flavors are richer because of dominant terpenes contained in Peanut Butter Breath cannabis. Limonene terpene adds citrus hints, caryophyllene makes the smoke peppery, while pinene suggests pine undertones.
Though this marijuana is an evenly balanced hybrid, it leans to Indica in the properties. Consumers who used it noted that the high is rather sedative than cerebral. It flows in with a beautiful relaxing body buzz that leaves the to-do list aside. There is no place for productivity with this bud. On the contrary, it allows users to melt on the couch while laughing and telling their friends stories. According to reviews, imagination and creativity boost are common with Peanut Butter Breath weed.
The socialization boosts making the conversations interesting, engaging and fun. Giggles, intense munchies and total relaxation are all about this cannabis.
Those struggling from headaches, nausea, indigestion or other hangover-like symptoms use Peanut Butter Breath cannabis strain to get better. The weed also helps users with nerve or chronic pain and PTSD. It also alleviates emotional disorders connected with depression, stress and anxiety.
The THC content may reach up to 25%, so it is definitely potent cannabis for seasoned smokers. Possible side effects that may occur if consumed too much include lethargy and overwhelming couchlock.
Peanut Butter Breath plants’ seeds are not always in stock at the online shops. Those who managed to get them for home growing should be experienced because the plants that thrive within 9-10 weeks need some special care.