Tillamook Strawberry Reviews
"Hypnotic. In an amazing way. I have a lot of severe pain I. My neck, entire spine, hips, knees, hands (I know I a mess) and blinding migraines. This helps all of those a lot while I'm relaxing. It does help the pain some while I am moving around doing things. But where this really shines is when you're chillin. I love to take a couple fat hits off the bong and watch a good movie with a comfy blanket. It helps the ..."
"A very pleasant strain to chief on. This strain is very mood softening and is a great all day smoke. Provides some nice relaxation coupled with a clear focus. The buds are long, frosty, and compact. The color is a limey green with amber and yellow calyxes. The smell was a nutty sweet vanilla. The taste is sweet and woody, with the slightest bit of kush flavor. This hard to come by lady is an absolute pleasure to expe..."
"Fantastic just like Tillamook products, and I acquired it from a fantastic place to acquire medicine The Greener Side! Tastes like strawberry for sure, and works well for a number of things."
"Highly recommend for female consumers. As for Male consumers, those same effects could be obtained with a strain called: Polynesian Thin Mint."
"well I got this from surterra wellness in Florida sold under the brand "Florida's Finest" I was disappointed in the grandaddy purplemi had from them but did e joy the myakka. stive but for my medical needs this Tillamook strawberry knocks it out of the park, I have several ptsd and anxiety, a lot of strains cause my anxiety to get worse this was better than than taking a ssri/benzo the taste is like a garden of straw..."
"It’s a pretty good strand in my opinion. Tastes great and feels great. If your a advanced person then this is for you. It helps with pain at the same time giving you some energy. Great new strand that’s starting to go around "
"Smokes well has earthy smell very mellow level high"
"Tastes like strawberries and kerosene. One hit left me anxious and scattered, enough that I couldn't work all day. Head high is neverending, apparently."