If you don’t mind the taste of some skunky buds and prefer a high that’s been described by reviewers as creating cerebral calmness and focus, it’s time you give Dog Walker a try.
This hybrid has fans of its effects who emjoy its potential in creating a relaxed, tranquil high that has left some with a rise in hunger. Others explain they have used this strain to help with pain and symtoms of mood disorders, along with appetite loss as the munchies sometimes kick in.
Those that have tried this strain say they have enjoyed its scent, which is full of citrus with notes of pine. Once it’s broken up, the skunky scent tends to arise, and its taste mimics this side of its terpene profile.
Dog Walker tends to have extremely high THC percentages, sometimes reaching the 30’s depending on how it’s been cultivated and cured.
When you take a good look at a few nuggets of Dog Walker, you’ll notice they can be packed with trichomes that give it an icy appeal with little almond-brown pistils jetting out.
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