(AAAA) Mocha Mint
Medicinal Effects: Anxiety, Insomnia, ADD, Pain, Inflammation, Loss of Appetite
Aroma/Flavour: Mocha Mint’s flowers emit a sweet herbal aroma that may bring to mind eucalyptus or potpourri. A closer whiff detects notes of mint, though these lean more toward tangy menthol rather than mint chocolate chip ice cream, as its name suggests. Breaking up or grinding these flowers, gives off a pungent skunky odor. When combusted, it burns with a smooth and easily ingested smoke. On the exhale, this smoke tastes minty and slightly sour.
Strain Profile: Sativa-dominant Hybrid. A cross between Green Ribbon BX and Mystery Cookies. THC composition - 17% to 23%.
Effects and Usage: At first, the high can manifest as a head rush, creating sensations like flushed cheeks or an increase in salivation. Many consumers also report a tight, “headband”-like feeling around the lower forehead and temples. As users become accustomed to these tics, they will start to ease into an altered headspace. Thoughts may occur to them with a new frequency or intensity, creating a sense of interconnectedness. Indeed, many smokers may launch into bouts of categorical thinking or free association. All this cerebral energy can enable productivity on detailed analytical tasks as well as open-ended creative endeavors. In certain circumstances, it can also exert some sensory distortion, leading to mild hallucinations or feelings of time dilation.