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Case: Chemnesia Rosin (extract)
File Date: 12/20/2016
Case No: 0076
Method of Extraction: Solventless. Extracted using pressure and heat.
Type: Heavy Sativa-Dominant Hybrid
Genotype: Chemnesia = Amnesia X Sour Diesel X I-95
Amnesia = Haze cut X Northern Lights cut - a very popular & potent Dutch strain
I-95 = Triangle Kush X (Legend OG X Stardawg)
Cultivator: Bedford Grow
Date Purchased: 12/16/2016
Delivery Method Used: Glass dab rig with quartz nail
Cannabinoids Profile: THCa 68.71%; THC 5.61%; CBDa 0%; CBD .26% (LK Pure Labs)
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Physical Characteristics: Light cola colored, semi-opaque ribbon strips. The consistency of this sample was shatter-like with thicker pieces having a somewhat soft and pliable interior. The color looks like it was pressed at too hot of a temperature. Taste will tell.
Terpene Experience: In its unsmoked form, this rosin gives off light pungent sour-citrus aromas. When dabbed, this sample tasted mainly of pungent fuel and Hazey citrus, but there was also a burnt flavor to this batch. I believe this rosin was pressed at too hot a temperature.
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Effects: If you know a little about cannabis, the lineage will seem like a direct, personal dare. The effects are nothing short of a Sativa acid trip. This high is pure adrenaline, spacey and trippy. Go slow with this extract; the effects are intense, spiraling at times and long lasting. Very likely to cause anxiousness and uneasiness in even moderate doses. Definitely not for first-timers or those who use cannabis only occasionally.
Duration of Effects: 3+ hours
May Help With: Helped with fatigue, mood. May also help with depression, appetite, mild body and nerve pain, headaches (and more)
A powerful high, but within the context of a rosin, it seems this one was pressed at too hot a temp and tasted a bit burnt.
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