SFV OG Kush Hot off the shelves of Good Meds Dispensaries, the SFV OG Kush is derived from San Fernando Valley Kush crossed with Ghost OG. With dense, fragrant buds that release the telltale OG funk when broken apart, the SFV OG is a strain that is meant to be savored and enjoyed. Grown with organic nutrients, hand-trimmed, and pretty to look at right out of the jar, the SFV has sativa tendencies and is ideal for patients seeking appetite stimulation and a zippy, cerebral buzz that won’t preclude accomplishing any unfinished tasks. Sativas, for example, are often the ideal motivator for an afternoon of housecleaning, or any creative endeavor. That’s right, despite what your school’s D.A.R.E. Program may have told you, cannabis can actually motivate you to complete tasks, and alleviate the tedium of scrubbing floors.
Crazy Train/Hawaiian OG
Hasheees Dark & Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
The Crazy Train/ Hawaiian OG has the crumbly-yet-sticky texture that I prefer in a BHO wax. The hybrid concentrate, which was processed by maestros at Colorado Concentrates, is available on the shelves of Doctor’s Orders in Denver. Perfect for properly equipped vaporizers, hash dab rigs and joints alike, The Crazy Train/ Hawaiian OG is a hybrid concentrate processed from its two namesake strains. While the sweet-tasting Hawaiian OG is the dominant flavor, the effects of the Crazy Train are evident once taken into the lungs. This hash has an immediate onset of sativa-like creativity, followed by the pain-relieving and anxiety reducing effects of an indica. Hybrids are ideal for patients who want to appreciate the full spectrum of what cannanbinoid medicine has to offer, and there a few finer examples than this concentrate.
Available from Tincturebelle in Colorado Springs, the Hashees Dark & Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups are a tasty way to get your cannabis relief. Made from scratch using natural peanuts, sugar and chocolate as ingredients, the Hashees Peanut Butter Cups are delicious, and have fewer harmful ingredients than your average candy bar. That means Hashees are gluten-free. All of that would be beside the point, however, if Hashees didn’t deliver the medical goods. With 200mg of active cannabinoids, there’s little doubt on that front. No butane is used to extract the hash that goes into making Hashees either. It’s refreshing to see a medible company put so much emphasis on the quality of their product. It doesn’t hurt that surprisingly crunchy little cups are so delicious either.
OCTOBER 2013 • CULTURE 41