Mambo Sauce (Grassroots) |

A post shared by mylegalhigh (@mylegalhigh) on Aug 26, 2017 at 2:56pm PDT

Cannabis use has been on the rise in the last decade, and with it, the demand for quality, affordable products. The cannabis industry is still fairly young, and there is not much available to the consumer except for the quality of the product. The market does not have enough competition to ensure a consistently high quality product, and so the consumer gets what they pay for.

Mr. stopped by Herbology on another 4/20 and bought a flight of four cannabis from the Maryland-based medical marijuana manufacturer this Gaithersburg dispensary is vertically integrated with, Grassroots. I was so happy with the flowers that I had to show them to the lovely Chem de la Chem. Now that the wax and RSO have been added to the product line, it’s time for a full description, right? After my first visit, they introduced the practice of ordering delicate flowers, where the buds are removed from a large container and weighed in front of you. Herbalism goes beyond and creates a different level of scale than anything I’ve ever experienced. You can still get the standard grams, octaves and quarters, or you can spend a few dollars more and get the Prime (1.3 grams), the Fin Diesel (3.9 grams) or the People’s Quarter (8.1 grams). I’m all for the value of money, baby! So the flower we’re going to look at is Mambo sauce, and this time the gentleman himself was talking about genetics, not other websites. I’m the one who raises my head so high I shake the table. !! Okay, I don’t know what this cross is, but I know where it’s coming from. Myster’s flagship store commissioned a breeder to develop exclusive genetics at the launch of I71, and Mambo Sauce was one of the DC-inspired strain names (another was Crystal City) that Myster then handed out for free to promote the store. In the early days of I71, seed stocks were in vogue: You had to wait hours for seeds most people had no idea about, usually hoping one of the proto-gifts would arrive with half an ounce of flower attached to a business card. I think it’s really cool that you can find Mambo sauce in pharmacies now. We started at the bottom, now we are here, as the poet Drake said. word-image-10295 My eighth Fin Diesel from Herbology contained a few small to medium nodes of perfect density – no dense brick, no stickiness, these fresh cannabis flowers are bruised with moderate vigor. Mambo Sauce’s buds have a pleasant green colour and are covered in small but noticeable trichomes. I find stems, popcorn kernels and sugar leaves in my prepackaged purchases fairly often, on the order of 50%. You won’t encounter these problems if you order deli meats, unless your bartender hates you and you’re not careful. Are you wearing a beret? Or do you even say it out loud sometimes? Look, I’m just trying to help. All things being equal, a gentleman will always prefer delicacies to packaged flowers. And now for the fun part: the taste of the mambo sauce! I have never had flowers that could be described as tasty, as if they were to be chopped up and thrown on a pig’s bone. Even better, this incredible flavor invades my taste buds with every exhale of this extremely sweet smoke. All points. word-image-10296 In my experience, Grassroots Mambo Sauce leans significantly towards sativa in the cannabis spectrum. The main effect is to activate the body – after smoking I don’t feel restless, hyperactive or like I’ve touched a source of qi, I just start moving and keep moving. I smoke mambo sauce, do chores, stretch and take quick walks around the neighborhood, not out of motivation, that rare bird that doesn’t depend on me, but just because I feel like it and have nothing to do. This flower also provides adequate relief from anxiety. My mind is calm enough that I can concentrate and think with some effort, but when I don’t, my brain seems to go into scan mode, picking up random thoughts only to lose them moments later. word-image-10297 Grassroots also just released their extract line that sold for $60 each, so I picked up some Waltz Haze Sugar Wax and Tre OG Budder. They don’t look very tasty, especially the unappetizing brown color of the Waltz Haze, but both are sweet and have a clean, earthy taste. They’re respectable. (The new Grassroots concentrate is cool – future GT in 2019). word-image-10298 Grassroots RSO (Rick Simpson Oil), also known as FECO (Full-Extract Cannabis Oil), is exceptional. In the frontier of modern marijuana medicine, RSO is made by pressing the entire plant, roots, stems, the whole deal, through an extractor. The result is a dark oil that is packed with cannabinoids, terpenes and other compounds. Like I said, I’m no scientist, but it’s kind of like Whole Foods that’s also edible, or something. There are many anecdotes online about its miraculous healing properties that often help fight cancer – some even claim it cures cancer. I recently met a man with severe chronic pain who told me that RSO was the only thing that got him out of bed. The few times I’ve found it in the past, it was black and tasted broke. Grassroots RSO is a horse of a different color, namely dark amber. I bought the Appalachia variety (indica) and it is my new favorite! It has a solid, rich, natural flavor when brewed alone, but it only takes a small drop to turn your average preroll into a super-powerful caviar joint for when you’re feeling exuberant. The Appalachian effect is absolutely euphoric. Somehow Safety Dance came into my rotation right after my morning binge, and I spent half an hour on YouTube laughing at stupid videos I couldn’t tear myself away from, until I saw the full video version of Outkast Roses, and I still have to laugh at it days later. No speakers! And certainly not love down there! OMG, stop, this is too much. So it’s a big yes from the Lord for the colors of Grassroots, RSO and their vertically integrated pharmacy. If you’ve got a sick note, stop by Herbology, where they serve you treats in a quirky hipster weight to make you smile over an imported IPA. If you don’t have a health insurance card, my friends at Veriheal can help – more information can be found here. О ! And don’t hesitate to sign up for my newsletter.

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