Peanut Butter Breath AAA
Peanut Butter Breath is a strain of marijuana crossed between Do Si Dos and Mendo Breath. It is a rare kind of balanced strain with 50/50 ratios of both Indica and Sativa. It has a high THC level at an average between 18-28% and a CBG of 1%. The dominant terpene in the strain is Caryophyllene.
It is an excellent choice for feeling relaxed, happy, and chilled. This strain is known for its sedating effects and for leaving behind a solid need to munch.
Appearance, Aroma, and Flavour Peanut Butter Breath
The appearance of the strain is Sativa-like. The plant grows tall, and the buds are olive green frosted with purple-tinted glittering trichomes and fiery red stigma hair. The nugs are long grape-shaped with high density. As the name suggests, the aroma is rich and nutty but has woody, spicy undertones along with hints of earthy and herbal smells. It has a rich mix of herbaceous and woody flavours that blend well together and have overtones of nuttiness. The smoke is exceptionally smooth and rich.
Type of High
The effects of Peanut Butter Breath start to sink in as soon as the first exhale. It starts off as a cerebral lift and spreads throughout the rest of the body in tingly waves of energy. The tingles start in the back of the neck and spine before spreading their buzzing tendrils throughout the entirety of the body, leaving the user hopelessly relaxed, kicking back without a care in the world – that is, until the munchies hit hard. Some might even experience the feeling of being couch-locked. The high after using Peanut Butter Breath can last for hours and is particularly popular for its sedating effects.
Medical Use Of Peanut Butter Breath
This strain of cannabis is known to help with reducing the symptoms of depression, anxiety, chronic stress, and trauma-related stress. Its capacity to relieve chronic pains and aches is also noteworthy. It is known to improve appetite and reduce nausea. It also helps treat insomnia with its sleep-inducing and sedating capabilities.
Possible Side Effects
The most common side effects of using Peanut Butter Breath are dryness of the mouth and eyes. An increase in water intake can control these adverse effects. Some people also experience headaches and dizziness after the use of the strain. Novice users that are anxiety-prone might experience anxiousness after the use of the strain. However, all these side effects are short-term.