Marijuana Strain: Green Poison
Review by: Mat (Marijuana Master Mind) Lee
From: Growers Outlet 613 Montana Ave #2 South Bend, Washington 98045 Phone: 360-875-8189
Farm: Vancouver Weed Company
Harvest Date: 2/30/16
Sativa v Indica: Indica Dominant
Content: THC 21.6% | THCA 23.8%
Sample Size: 3.5 grams
Genetics: From what I could gather from Seedfinder, the Green Poison is just a bunch of solid indica / sativa strains cross bred and back bred over and over again. It sounds like there is a lot more indica than sativa in the lineage. With some of the greats in the mix like Kali Mist, Night Night, and Hindu Kush, you know it’s going to be some stuff stoners like.
Appearance and Feels: Dark, dense, and sticky buds. The trichome coverage is impressive as you can see from the pictures. The calyx is a thick dark green shade with lighter green leaves wrapped around it here and there.
Smell: There’s a strong skunky, almost musty smell when you open the bottle. Breaking apart the nugs exudes a spicy sweet aroma that tickles the nostrils. Putting it through the grinder brings out a hint of sweetness to offset all this spice, but it pales in comparison.
Flavor: Not a whole lot of flavor in this private reserve bud. It just tastes like good ol fashioned dank weed. It’s pretty spicy when exhaled through the nose, and gives you that good cannabis tingle.
It definitely doesn’t taste bad, and the lack of sweetness and fruity notes might be due to the harvest date being back in February. It’s May first at the time of writing this. Or it could just be a different phenotype.
High: This shit is heavy for sure. A couple rips out of the pipe and you might just forget what you’re doing for a minute or two. A joint to the head is more than enough to make any seasoned stoner wanna turn on some tunes and tune out the nonsense of the world around them.
Overall: Definitely some chronic ass dank weed. I mean for real, the pictures speak for themselves. I would have liked to have gotten a newer batch, but it’s all in the timing. I’ll be sure to keep an eye out for the next harvest of whatever the Vancouver Weed Company is offering, and get on it earlier.
On their website they say the cannabis in the Private Reserve collection is grown using five times filtered rain water right next to the Pacific Ocean using diverse line of organic nutrients in a pristine, climate controlled and stress free environment. It definitely sounds like a cool setup they have, and I’m looking forward to reviewing some more of their cannabis.
For Stuff Stoners Like, I’m Mat Lee.