Meat Breath From Budem – 9.75/10
- sweet funky smell
- hints of fermented fruit/berries
- smells like a hippy owner and operated pottery shop
- earthy and dusty
- incensey Mendo Breath type smell
- getting a really terpy ox-tail broth scent
- weird pine/citrus underlying tones
- raw honey and beeswax
- the smell of this bud is really unique and amazing and it should be made into an air freshener or something
- looks to be pretty well manicured
- very hard, dense and springy buds are a good size – no smalls here
- gorgeous mix of orangey amber stigmas, deep purples and mixed shades of green all crusted in a sparkly whitish frosty coating of trichomes
- moisture content is virtually perfect
- nice and sticky
- purchased 3.5g and product is sent in a Vita Vac container, 7g comes in glass jar
- OCB single wide paper with smaller filter tip used
- busts up just a touch unevenly – probably due to how dense it is
- lots of bud stick in the grinder although it only required minimal poking to get free
- well above average kief yield
- holy crap on the joint roll – it nearly rolled itself here – super easy roll
- ash is medium grey and very soft textured but does stain fingers a bit
- kind of like the smell of Testors brand oil based model paint drying on your model helicopter
- has a hobby shop flavour
- very clean taste and puffing – yet really funky and unique
- smooth all the way through
- high starts to kick in sometime around the 1/2 way point
- starts a bit on the lighter side and then quickly amplifies several times over bringing you to the “wrecked” level
- brain feels tickled or massaged
- really good pain relief
- feeling nice and loose
- a little forgetful and spaced out
- dream-like hazyness
- lasts 2 – 2.5hrs easy
Reviewed Oct 23, 2020
Meatbreath is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the infamous Meatloaf X Mendo Breath strains. With this bud, the name says it all – you’re going to get one insane flavor that will leave you tasting it for hours on end. Meatbreath ahs a super dank and spicy citrus diesel flavor that has a notable hint of meatloaf upon exhale. The smell takes a more pungent turn, with harsh chemical diesel and spicy rotting meats filling any room with its potent stench. The Meatbreath high is just as addictive as the flavor, with well-balanced effects that hit both mind and body with a heavy potency thanks to its high 24-29% average THC level. You’ll feel a euphoric onset settle into your mind soon after your final toke, filling you with a lifted energy that’s pretty mellow. As your mind lifts, your body will begin to settle into a light relaxed state that leaves you completely pain-free and at ease with the world around you. Thanks to these effects, Meatbreath is often chosen to treat conditions such as chronic fatigue, depression, chronic pain, nausea or appetite loss, and chronic stress. This bud has long tapered minty green nugs with thin fiery orange hairs and a thick frosty blanket of bright white chunky crystal trichomes covering each and every hair and leaf.
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