Puck Yeah has been one of Trulieve’s defining flower strains for the year of 2019. It was originally released in their flower vape cups (review here).
There really isn’t a lot of information available about this strain online, and the searches that I see in my website statistics each week show it. I’ll do my best to provide a comprehensive overview of this strain, which I feel is one of the best value products available at Trulieve.
Puck Yeah (Indica)
Price at time of review: $33/eighth
Lineage: Super Skelly Hash Plant x Northern Lights #1
Batch/Harvest Number: DUFLBLDI15PK1
707.0 mg THC/3.5g
0.0 mg CBD/3.5g
21.7% Total Cannabinoids
Total Cannabinoids: 21.7%
“*” denotes the two dominant terpenes in this strain
Total Terpenes: 1.652%
One thing I’ve noticed that’s consistent about Puck Yeah after trying several batches of this strain: it is always incredibly sticky. This is an outstanding cure by Trulieve, and is among the best flower I’ve ever seen from them.
I purchased two eighths, and both were filled with several extremely dense, almost rock-hard nugs. The moisture of both batches is nearly perfect by my standards.
As you can see from the images above, this is a medium to dark green strain that is covered in burnt orange pistils. Cannabinoid crystals are very evident; this is a very resinous strain.
If Trulieve could get every single cure of their various flower strains to be of this quality or better, they could be widely regarded to have the best flower in the state.
I really enjoy both the taste and smell of this strain. Puck Yeah is very pungent, musky, and sour, with hints of both fuel and sweet citrus. When I was extremely medicated one night, I thought of this terpene profile as being akin to a “dark” Sour Diesel. It will smell up your living area if you leave the jar open.
Now that I’ve had experience with more strains, this is one of the few strains that Trulieve offers that I feel has a somewhat “exotic” terpene profile, like Duct Tape from VidaCann.
When smoked, the sour, sweet, musky, and citrus terpenes all come through nicely for a pleasant smoke.
I find Puck Yeah to be among the “heavier” indica strains I’ve tried. With that being said, it takes higher doses for me to feel any appreciable sedation or relief of insomnia. Lighter doses of this strain will be more cerebral, but a relaxed and somewhat warm body feeling become apparent not long after the initial inhalation.
My best description of Puck Yeah would probably label it around a 65/35% indica-dominant strain, with the ability to be sedative in higher doses. For me personally, this is definitely an evening strain. However, patients with higher tolerances might find it good for use at any time of the day. In lighter doses, I feel that it can bring relief of anxiety and minor aches and pains without being so sedative that it stops the patient from being able to function and get things done during the day.
Possibly good for treating:
- Moderate aches and pains
- Moderate nausea/gastrointestinal issues
- General Relaxation
- Insomnia (especially in higher doses)
I’m definitely no medical doctor, so please take the preceding conditions only as my own personal observations from using this strain and having experience with a multitude of different cannabis strains. Every body is different, and every body reacts different to various medications.
Overall Rating: 7.30/10.00
Overall, I would best describe this batch of Puck Yeah as “very good” and a great overall value at $33/eighth.
With this being one of Trulieve’s lowest priced options, and consistently performing well in every category, I will join many other patients in buying this strain again and again when it is available. I highly recommend it.
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