International Product Content:
- Stored in Sealed Tin
- Strain 10g
- Plastic Lid to cover once open
When properly cured, Mountain Girl smells fruity and dank, with hints of black licorice. There’s also a skunky tang lurking underneath. Grinding up or breaking open these solid buds gives off a more musky odor. When combusted, the strain burns with a thick, acrid smoke that can tickle the palate and trigger coughing or watery eyes. This smoke has a skunky flavor on the exhale with a slight hint of pine. Notably, despite some shades of purple, Mountain Girl has no discernible grape flavors; this is because the color of its leaves is determined by pigments, while the leaves’ aroma is dictated by separate compounds called terpenes.
Mountain Girl asserts itself quickly, exerting a pressure around the smoker’s eyes and temples. As they adjust to these odd physical sensations, users may also feel an uptick in their thinking patterns, with thoughts jumping from one to the next. Although some may find the experience overwhelming, in the right set and setting, this cerebral spin can facilitate social vibes and stimulating conversation; alternatively, some smokers may want to engage in productivity, using this bud’s mental focus to power through work. In less active circumstances, Mountain Girl may endow users with a euphoric energy, helping them to feel present and engaged in the world around them. It can also serve as a handy way to enhance tedious activities like cleaning the house or running errands. As the high progresses or as dosage is increased, a body stone creeps in, making limbs feel weighty and tingly. Nevertheless, Mountain Girl never becomes completely incapacitating. This buzzy bud is a quintessential wake-and-bake strain; consumed at night, it’s liable to keep smokers awake and overly wired.
Mountain Girl can also have far-reaching benefits for medical cannabis patients. It may soothe aches and pains, whether they’re temporary or chronic and nerve-related. It can also provoke hunger, making it an aid for those who many have lost their appetites to disease or to treatments like chemotherapy. Psychologically speaking, Mountain Girl’s long-lasting sense of focus can help patients with attention deficit disorders to work on single tasks. It can also help to temporarily distract those suffering from mild to moderate stress and depression, helping them to spend their time more consciously and presently. Because it can easily lead to an overwhelming feeling of “mindrace,” Mountain Girl should be consumed with caution by those who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance.