With high levels of beta myrcene and alpha pinene, the strain named Grateful Breath has a terpene and cannabinoid profile that tends to calm nerves and lightly sedate. Consumers enjoy its ability to reduce anxiety and stress without the overwhelming high sensation that can sometimes cloud the mind.
When consuming Grateful Breath at your proper dosing levels, you’ll be able to remain alert without the heavy couchlock experience some strains are known to produce. Despite it’s ability to bring on sleepiness, this effect can easily subside so long as you keep both your mind and body busy, making it a good strain to use no matter what the time of day is.
It emits an aroma that’s a little sweet, slightly fruity, but mostly of fresh soil. Its flavor tastes as if you’re inhaling a piece of the earth, and gradually becomes more potent the more you smoke.
The buds of this strain can be quite dense, having hues of blues and purples lightly scattered across its surface with a thick coating of trichomes that makes them look like miniature frosty blue spruces. It receives its genetics from crossing the two hybrids Joseph OG and OG Kush Breath.
After consuming Grateful Breath, you’ll find that activities become seemingly more enjoyable, such as engaging in a hobby, going for a walk, reading a book, going out with friends, or even staying in to watch a movie. No matter what the activity, Grateful Breath will help you feel grateful for every breath you take.
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