Miracle whip strain
The strain Miracle Whip strain is a rare one, so if your dispensary carries it then you’re in luck. It’s a cross between the three incredibly popular strains Cookies and Cream, Star Fighter, and Columbian.
Not much is known about Miracle Whip, but what little info we do know is that reviewers have reported it may relieve pain, decrease general inflammation within the body, and relax the muscles, while also occasionally leading to sedation.
Despite its ability to cause sleepiness, some have contested that it’s helped them focus on tasks while lowering the stress they’ve carried through the day.
THC levels tend to stay around the low 20’s with Miracle Whip, and it carries a high level of the terpene called terpinolene. This terpene helps give it a woody aroma with undertones of flowers and citrus.
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grows some fairly unique and potent strains of cannabis. They seem to be releasing new phenotypes and strains on a semi-regular basis. Their Miracle Whip #3 is a hybrid cross of Cookies and Cream, Star Fighter, and Columbian. A rare one that seems almost impossible to find in Washington State rec stores, luckily koos is trying to change that.
Everything about the packaging Miracle whip strain uses screams classy. Their logo is molded into each jar with a subtle black cardboard wrapping that keeps most of the light out. The black cardboard wrapping provides just enough visibility into the jar so that you can appropriately inspect your cannabis.
The Miracle Whip strain smells like a combination of cream, hops, with a slight hint of cinnamon. Almost the perfect whipping cream to place on fresh apple pie. Delicately frosted fern green nugs sit in the jar with tightly structured buds clinging to the stem.
Some of the cannabis stuck to my fingers and left a sticky residue on them as I broke apart the nug. The same creamy aroma stuck to my fingers and made flicking my Bic a bit tricky. The high was a more focused high than I’d originally anticipated. I was able to focus on most of my to-do list without becoming distracted by anything else.
Apple green with dark violet shades at every tip of the bud and spackled like berries on the nugs. With a light dusting of crystals, and a small number of red hairs adding a pop of color, the buds looked bright and vibrant. The batch I received had one large bud in it, very dense and compact. Crispy, but the density made it difficult to break apart. Only slightly sticky, and once broken apart, it crumbled easily.
As I opened the container, I was met with a light sweet fragrance, almost fruity, like a berry pie. I put the container close to my nostrils, and I was hit with a strong sour citrus smell. Like a fresh cut lime, and someone just squirted it in my face. Underneath the strong smell of limes, the sweetness breaks through, and somewhere in the back of the fragrance was a hint of trees. I loved it.
Very citrus in flavor, with the sour coming through nicely backed up by a sweet berry taste. I got the sensation of a sweet and sour fruit cocktail, with a hint of bay leaves put in. Slightly harsh, I could tell I was taking a hit, almost like when a cocktail has just a little too much alcohol. However, the harshness didn’t increase as I smoked more, the taste was delicious, and I was more than happy to smoke more.