If you’re a peanut butter fan, then Peanut Butter Breath might become one of your favorite strains. Its terpene profile gives it a nutty and earthy taste when you exhale, as if you’ve just savored some peanuts freshly dug right out of the soil. Don’t be deceived by its smell which is a bit more on the herbal side, this strain didn’t get its name from thin air.
The genetics of Peanut Butter Breath stem from combining Do-Si-Dos and Mendobreath, which all can hint at how potent its peanut-like taste will be.
Though this strain is classified as a 50/50 hybrid, meaning it supposedly induces balanced effects of both sativas and indicas, many consumers have experienced a stronger indica sensation that make them feel lethargic and hungry. It’s a good idea to keep some snacks handy when smoking this strain, and plenty to drink since it can produce dry mouth. Because its consumers say it causes heavy relaxation throughout the body, so they indicate they prefer Peanut Butter Breath closer towards the evening or at night when they don’t have any more important tasks to complete and they’re ready to unwind for the day. If you decide to try it and you happen to be with others while smoking this strain, you might experience some extra laughter as it can make things seemingly more entertaining.
Peanut Butter Breath has been used by some to help reduce hangover symptoms, so if you wake up in the morning with nausea or a headache and don’t have any immediate plans, Peanut Butter Breath may potentially help.
After you open up your package of Peanut Butter Breath and indulge in its aroma, you’ll notice that a well-cultivated batch offers thin nugs that are light in color, with just a few deep orange pistils poking out here and there. The ideal amount of trichomes should make it look like its covered in frost.
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