A 2:1 THC/CBD ratio make this one of the most tempting strains for stoner athletes. An early Cannabis Cup winner and hardy ancestor of many a top-notch dank, this OG-family indica is unrelated to the popular Blueberry Kush strain.
THC yield goes upwards of 27%, which brings the CBD quotient into a more-than-respectable 13% range. Shatter derived from Blueberry OG is said to contain up to 90% CBD but this red-faced, cough-inducing method of ingestion takes us far from yoga.
Some yoga purists (along with purists in general) argue that use of such toxins as THC is a barrier to attaining enlightenment, but other folk combine respect for the Left-Hand Path (varna marga) with Oscar Wilde’s commonsense injunction that the best way to deal with temptation is to yield to it.
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The gram came in three hefty nugs, the middle-sized of which gave its all for experimentation’s sake. The aftereffects of three hits were heady and delightful. The inevitable indica spaciness descended at once like a butcher’s mallet and the body effects were like a good all-over stretch.
So I added a ten-minute yoga flexibility workout the next three hits and felt exhilarated; all over relaxed and beneficiary of several wholesome cracks from my much-abused writerly spine. To think I used to let a chiropractor zap my lumbar with electricity to feel half this good!
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