I wrote about Banana Kush for StickyGuide’s 91LIFE blog.
I wrote about Granddaddy Purple for StickyGuide’s 91LIFE blog.
Yes, and I don’t believe it qualifies as misandry to note that this “toxic masculinity” has proven thoroughly destructive, not only sexually, but also socially, environmentally, culturally, politically, economically, etc.
Harvest time in Humboldt.
The people in charge are afraid of magic.
I haven’t had any particular interest in the America’s Cup, but Jack invited us to watch the races from the water on Saturday, and who are we to decline a chance to go sailing?
Such a pretty sky, Ed decided to Swiffer the outside of the windows for a better view.
I wrote about Purple Reign for StickyGuide’s 91LIFE blog.
Headband is a hybrid of Sour Diesel, Master Kush, and OG Kush, with a powerful combination of indica and sativa effects. This popular strain, renowned for its hard-hitting potency, is also known for inducing a tingling sensation of light pressure around your head, as if you were wearing a headband.
The fuel and citrus scent that characterizes Sour Diesel blends with the earthy, piney musk of the Kushes to create a delicate and multifaceted bouquet. The aroma is a zesty, tealike mélange of herbal, floral, and minty notes. The flavor is primarily floral and herbal, with a soft, powdery sweetness reminiscent of perfume and soap, and a hint of spice at the end.
The effect is strong and immediate, beginning with some fairly intense head heaviness and, simultaneously, a dramatic mood lift. It is neither particularly fatiguing nor energizing, but it is entrancing. The cerebral buzz is zippy and creative, content and carefree, alert but scattered, euphoric and intoxicating. It’s peaceful and meditative, pulling you into a spacey daze. It’s a full-body buzz, too; it feels somewhat like receiving a lightly tickling massage or sinking into a featherbed. Headband is likely to derail motivation and focus, but is excellent at alleviating anxiety and may be effective at relieving headaches and other minor physical pain.
Ed and I hiked the Ewoldsen Trail, but it was only half open so we had to turn around and double back instead of doing the full loop. Then we went to Pfeiffer Beach.