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Revolutionary Clinics Cannabis Flower Tang Tang Afghani

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Effects: Relaxed and Creative. Afghani Tang Tang offers a complex mixture of effects that soothes and uplifts. This hybrid blends anti-inflammatory pain relief and pleasurable physical effects with a focused, cerebral buzz. Afghani Tang Tang's aroma is pungent, reeking of skunk and forest floor. The earthy terpenes mellow on the palate while stimulating appetite and creativity. Afghani Kush is a land race Indica from the middle east and Tang Tang is a land race Sativa from Jamaica.

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Revolutionary Clinics is a professional, well-respected medical marijuana company offering natural solutions to patients and Cannabis businesses across Massachusetts.

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HEADBAND-1g pre-roll-HYBRID- 21.1% THC Bought from Bloom Brothers, Pittsfield Love-child of OG KUSH AND SOUR DIESEL I would consider this a powerhouse strand! I say this because this cross of two of the worlds OG cannabis powerhouses: AFGHANISTAN AND JAMAICA! With sweet accents of flavors of lemon but earthy taste of the diesel! I found the result of this hybrid to be underwhelming but super tasty! I’m one of those weed consumers who look at potency rather than fancy names! So with this strand jumping out at me with 21.1% I expected the effects to be immediate but rather the mental high crept on slowly while the body high onset pretty quickly! I felt relaxed and my physical plan was more so numb. I will say the mental high got there just took a bit longer then other strands! Within the hour I was zoned into Adult swim with a light, uplighting, giggly high as wanted! I would personally say that this weed is more body making it the perfect strand for people with physically body pain rather than anxiety and such!

Light, uplifting, and giggly!

I was very much intrigued by this cross of landraces from two of the worlds original cannabis powerhouses: Afghanistan and Jamaica. I found the resulting hybrid to have an intriguing and scintillating terpene profile, but somewhat underwhelming effects. Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t bad flower by any means, just more of a strain for connoisseurs than for patients seeking potent medical relief. Still worth a try though if you’re into strains from around the world!