Trulieve/Sunshine Cannabis TruFlower Review: Myrcene Queen (Indica)

Trulieve and Sunshine Cannabis have been partnered for quite some time now. You may have tried one of their TruPod distillate vape cart strains, which include custom strains like Sunshine Kush and Afghan Moon, to name a couple.

I was highly impressed with all 3 strains I got from this new lineup. Crown Chakra (review here) ended up being one of the most beautiful strains I’ve ever seen, with a fiery purple color unlike any other color of all the strains I’ve tried.

Myrcene Queen doesn’t have a lot of information about it available online – like most Sunshine Cannabis strains. However, their website does offer a good description of all their strains, including this one. My hope is for this review to expand upon that information and give you a perspective straight from a Florida medical cannabis patient – as I have done in all my other reviews.

Quick Facts:

Trulieve and Sunshine Cannabis’ websites each offer this description of Myrcene Queen:

Carefully selected heavy Indica by Sunshine Cannabis from a large population of test plants and chosen for it’s Myrcene dominant terpene profile of up to 70% Myrcene of the total terpenes present. A cross of Triangle Kush x Landrace Afghani with excellent pain relief, anti-inflammatory effects and body relaxing properties for Indica lovers. Myrcene Queen is a high potency strain with an earthy, sweetly pungent & musky aroma and oldschool Indica taste with heavy euphoria. The powerful euphoric experience settles into a body numbing effect with a notable reduction of anxiety or tension for a classic “couch-lock” Indica high. Very resinous dense buds rich in beneficial medicinal Cannabinoids perfect for high tolerance Medical Marijuana patients looking for the added benefits of high Myrcene in a pure 100% Indica. A close genetic relative to our award winning Afghan Moon Indica vaporizer line.

Sunshine Cannabis website; Strains Page

Myrcene Queen (Indica)

Price at time of review: $48/eighth 

Lineage: Proprietary; cross of Triangle Kush x Afghani

Batch/Harvest Number: DUFL-BLD-I-59-PK-1

Cannabinoids

THC: 20.3%

CBD: 0.0%

THCV: 0.2%

CBG: 0.8%

Total Cannabinoids: 21.3%

Terpenes

“*” denotes the two dominant terpenes in this strain

*Beta-Myrcene: 1.201% – Myrcene makes up 71.7% of the total terpene profile in these results, which verifies the claim in the strain description above.

Trans-Carophyllene: 0.143%

*R-Limonene: 0.212%

Linalool: 0.117%

(Note that the terpenes included in 3rd party lab reports are not necesarilly exhaustive, as these reports tend to focus more on cannabinoids and potential contaminants/toxins.)

Total Terpenes: 1.673%

Appearance/Cure

The Eye of the Queen is watching you.

This batch of Myrcene Queen is another example of a superior grow and cure from Trulieve and SunShine Cannabis, and it is again some of the stickiest legal Florida bud I’ve ever had. You can really tell that great care and attention were given to these strains, and they represent a level of quality above what I’ve gotten from Trulieve in the past.

Myrcene Queen has beautiful, classic green flowers that are covered in a thick blanket of sparkling crystal trichomes and vivid burnt orange pistils. The trichomes are easily visible to the naked eye, giving the flower an appearance as if it had been dipped in sugar.

My eighth contained a few large buds, the heaviest of which was 1.8g on its own (the bud with the “eye” in the photo above.) The trim is excellent, and the cure and moisture are absolutely on point. I found this strain to be extremely sticky and hard to break apart; it’s one of those types of flower that can give the grinder a bit of trouble. I think that if this flower had been dried ever so slightly longer, it would be 100% perfect. It’s probably around 93-95% right now, and to be fair, this is a totally subjective preference. Some people like dry bud, some people like it sticky, and some people like it in between.

Appearance/Cure Rating: 9.30/10.00

Smell/Taste

Myrcene Queen obviously has a lot of myrcene in it, so what exactly is myrcene supposed to smell like?

Beyond cannabis, myrcene is found in hops and is responsible for the peppery, spicy, balsam fragrance in beer. It’s also expressed in lemongrass, which has been used in traditional folk medicine for centuries.

Leafly

Myrcene Queen smells both very musky and very “sharp”, if this descriptor makes sense. This is one of those strains that has a bit of a “bite” when you open up the jar. The spectrum of smells I pick up include skunky, earthy, diesel, and an ammonia-like chemical smell that I’ve found in a few other medicinal cannabis strains.

I knew this strain reminded me somewhat of at least one strain I’d had before, but I couldn’t place it at first. However, after I saw the myrcene content in the lab report, I remembered another strain that had exceeded 1% myrcene; that’s when it hit me which strain this smell reminded me of: Northern Hash Plant. The smell is not totally similar, but patients who have had both strains should be able to pick up what I’m talking about here. It’s the way all the different skunky, spicy, earthy, and musky terpenes come together to make the overall smell of the flower. Northern Hash Plant has a somewhat similar terpene profile to Myrcene Queen, so this makes sense.

The taste is similar to the smell, but much more herbal in my experience. Myrcene Queen has a nice taste and smell overall.

Smell/Taste Rating: 8.20/10.00

Effects/Medical Use

Many patients (myself formerly included) assume that if a strain contains an abundance of myrcene, it will be more sedating or more likely to have “indica” effects. This may be true some of the time, but it is not an absolute. I recommend reading this article on Leafly that describes myrcene in depth; it’s an excellent read in general and it helped me to understand this terpene even more.

Myrcene Queen turns out to be a heavily relaxing indica, but not heavily sedating. I can smoke this strain during the day and still remain functional and motivated. As I write this review, about 20 minutes after smoking a bowl, I notice increased “warm body” sensations with an equal amount of cerebral effects at this moment. I would say this is a pretty well-balanced indica that seems like its best use would be for chronic pain. Though it was not able to effectively relieve a sinus/allergy headache I’ve had the past few days, it did relieve some other muscle soreness I’d been experiencing. Typically strains that make my body feel warm and relaxed are at least partially effective for pain relief.

I’d recommend Myrcene Queen for use at almost any time of the day. It’s not going to be a great motivating strain early in the morning, but it didn’t make me lazy or sleepy, either.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Anxiety 
  • Moderate aches and pains
  • Moderate nausea/gastrointestinal issues
  • General (Heavy) Relaxation 
  • Other similar ailments that heavy/relaxing indicas may relieve

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. Everybody is different, and every body reacts differently to various medications. 

Effects Rating: 8.50/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.66/10.00

Overall, I would best describe Myrcene Queen as an “excellent” indica strain from Trulieve and Sunshine Cannabis.

For Trulieve, this combination of favorable genetics and next-level quality execution of the grow really changes the game. If they can turn out all their strains like this, and continue to deliver more batches of the Sunshine Cannabis strains, they could be a true contender for having some of the best medical flower in the state.

I think this release is really a huge move for Sunshine Cannabis as well. A lot more people are going to be talking about them now. I’ll definitely be back to try the other 8 flower strains they offer in the future. If they’re all like this and their Crown Chakra, I absolutely want to try more strains.

Many more reviews are coming soon – especially as I find myself at home nearly 24/7 during this COVID-19 pandemic – so stay tuned!

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Trulieve TruFlower Review: Banana Kush (Hybrid)

Banana Kush first became at Trulieve in mid-2018 when flower vape cups were the only way to get cannabis flower in Florida. It’s been available a handful of times since then, once or twice of which were in full flower form.

Banana Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid with both uplifting and relaxing effects, that seems to have a heavier comedown than most hybrid strains.

Quick Facts:

Banana Kush (Hybrid)

Price at time of review: $53/eighth 

Possible Lineage 1: Ghost OG x Skunk Haze

Possible Lineage 2: OG Kush x Unknown Banana Male Parent

Batch/Harvest Number: DUFL-BLD-H-2-PK-1

Cannabinoids

THC: 20.2%

CBD: 0.0%

THCV: 0.2%

CBG: 0.7%

Total Cannabinoids: 21.1%

Terpenes

Beta-Myrcene: 0.882%

Ocimene: 0.172%

Total Terpenes: 1.054%

Appearance/Cure

Nannnnnnnnnners, man.

Banana Kush buds are medium green, covered in golden trichomes and pinkish-orange pistils.

This batch of Banana Kush got a fair amount of criticism on social media, but I must have been lucky, as my eighth has a nice cure. It isn’t the best I’ve seen from Trulieve by any means, but it isn’t terrible at all. The buds are a bit airy and longer/skinny, but I wonder if this has to do with the genetics of the plant rather than any part of the growing or curing process. They are still fairly sticky, and the moisture content is nearly perfect.

The one critique I have of this batch is that it had a fair amount of small stems that could have easily been clipped, and a fair amount of sugar leaves left behind as well. At $53/eighth, I expect a to see a premium medical cannabis product in all areas, and I have seen better results from Trulieve flower at a lower price point. The trim seemed to be the weak point on this batch from my experience.

With all that being said, this is good flower with a good cure – nothing to be overly critical about.

Appearance/Cure Rating: 7.60/10.00

Smell/Taste

I tend to expect strains with specific names like Banana Kush to smell like their namesake. While Banana Kush does have a fruity smell, especially when broken apart or ground up, bananas were not the first fruit that came to mind. I’d have to say there is more of an overall tropical/tree fruit smell, and a bit of both earthy and diesel/chemical terpenes present as well. I found the fruit terpenes to be the dominant ones overall.

When broken open, there was a hint of a banana-like smell, but I really had to look for it – so it may or may not have really been there. Maybe it’s just this cut or even this batch of Banana Kush, but I don’t think that’s what I would have named this strain based on its smell or taste.

The earthy and fuel terpenes seem to be more dominant in the taste of Banana Kush when smoked. It’s a pretty good smelling flower, but not a standout for me.

Smell/Taste Rating: 7.80/10.00

Effects/Medical Use

Banana Kush definitely presented more indica-type effects for me when smoked. A calm cerebral invigoration and a relaxed body sensation both become apparent just a minute or two after the first inhalation. I really feel this strain behind the eyes, and it makes my eyes bloodshot as well (not a negative factor for me, since I use this strain at night.)

About 20-30 minutes in, I really begin to feel a heavy and couch-locked sensation that I imagine would be useful in treating pain, cramps, etc. However, Banana Kush was also uplifting in the sense that it made my depressive and negative thought patterns lift, and be replaced with a more content/”in the moment” relaxation. I enjoyed cooking while under the effects of this strain.

Banana kush is described as a 60/40 indica-dominant hybrid, and I’d generally agree with that assessment, or even say it’s slightly more indica-dominant. It’s on the borderline of being sedating, especially in higher doses. I generally wouldn’t choose to medicate with this early in the day, especially if I had a lot of things to get done.

Patients who enjoy heavier strains and indica-dominant hybrids will enjoy Trulieve’s cut of Banana Kush. With its ability to uplift the mood and simultaneously relax the body, I will certainly be looking to try this strain in other products in the future.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Anxiety 
  • Depression
  • Mild to moderate aches and pains
  • Mild to 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. 

Effects Rating: 8.40/10.00

Overall Rating: 7.92/10.00

Overall, I would best describe Banana Kush as a “very good” hybrid strain from Trulieve.

Though I’m not sure I agree with the $53/eighth price tag for this particular batch of Banana Kush, it was overall a good quality product that I would probably purchase again, especially if it were a $43 (or lower priced) stain. However, I really did enjoy the heavy effects I experienced from this strain; for that reason, I’d be interested in trying this product in concentrate form – most likely crumble or rosin.

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Trulieve TruFlower Review: Space Bomb (Hybrid)

Space Bomb has been available at Trulieve a couple of times since Summer 2018, though this is one of their more “rare” strains that has been almost completely absent from being available in flower form for several months at a time.

Space Bomb finally made its full-flower appearance in late August 2019, and I was eager to pick up an eighth of this powerful cerebral hybrid, after hearing many positive comments about it.

Quick Facts:

Space Bomb (Hyrbid)

Price at time of review: $43/eighth 

Lineage: Space Queen x Tiny Bomb

Batch/Harvest Number: DUFL-BLD-H-42-PK-1

Cannabinoids

THC: 20.2%

CBD: 0.0%

THCV: 0.2%

CBG: 0.8%

Total Cannabinoids: 21.2%

Terpenes

“*” denotes the two dominant terpenes in this strain

Beta-Myrcene: 0.2520%

*Trans-Carophyllene: 0.2600%

Guaiol: 0.1300%

*Terpinolene: 0.4720%

Total Terpenes: 1.1140%

Appearance/Cure

This batch of Space Bomb was grown and cured very nicely, as most all flower batches from Trulieve have been for the past several months. Colors range from medium to light green, and every bud seems to be covered in a generous blanket of orange pistils. There are also plenty of golden trichomes to be seen; I didn’t even need a flashlight to see some of the crystals on these buds.

Each bud is fairly sticky and dense, and the moisture content is again nearly perfect here – not so sticky that your grinder will be clogged, but not dry by any means. Trulieve has improved their flower game to the point that they are often being mentioned in many patients’ “Top 3” Florida dispensary flower rankings, and this eighth of Space Bomb proved to be another great example of their consistently high-quality flower.

Appearance/Cure Rating: 8.20/10.00

Smell/Taste

Space Bomb has a very sweet smell, with underlying hints of rose-like flower and pine. Leafly offered the following brief description of Space Bomb’s smell, which I found to be accurate as well:

Buds have a fruit candy smell with a little bit of that sweet-rot smell […]

I believe the unique and pleasant sweet/floral smell of Space Bomb can be attributed to some of the less-common terpenes that dominate its profile. According to a Leafly article, Terpinolene is one of the least common terpenes in cannabis, but it is the dominant terpene in Space Bomb; Terpinolene is described as having a complex, piney, floral, even citrus smell – so this makes sense.

This is the first strain I’ve seen with a significant concentration of Guaiol, which is described as being piney with woodsy and floral undertones – again, accurate for my experience with Space Bomb.

When smoked, Space Bomb has “clean” and “fresh” floral tastes. I enjoy both the smell and taste of this strain, personally.

Smell/Taste Rating: 7.80/10.00

Effects/Medical Use

Space Bomb definitely feels like a sativa-dominant hybrid to me; if I had to put a number to it, I would say this is a 65/35 sativa-dominant strain.

The effects are immediately cerebral, and on my first couple of times trying to medicate with this strain, those powerful cerebral effects led to a very introspective state of mind. This could definitely be beneficial for patients looking to change their outlook and state of mind (for conditions such as depression), but patients who tend to feel a lot of anxiety from these strains should exercise caution and start off with very light doses, until the effects are familiar and easier to navigate.

After 15-20 minutes, the typical warm-body indica sensations start to fade in, but they never become too heavy – just enough to be relaxing. For this reason, I find Space Bomb to be good for use at almost any time of the day, except perhaps before bed, as this strain tends to stimulate the mind. It is a good strain for creativity and some degree of motivation, though, so the ideal time for use may be morning to early afternoon.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Lack of energy/motivation 
  • Depression
  • Lack of appetite
  • Minor headaches
  • Relief of minor skeletal/muscular aches and pains
  • Good for general relaxation
  • Good for creativity

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. 

Effects Rating: 8.00/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.00/10.00

Overall, I would best describe Space Bomb as a “very good” hybrid strain from Trulieve.

At $43/eighth, I would definitely consider purchasing this strain again in the future. I would absolutely recommend each patient to try it at least once – perhaps it will become more commonly available in the future, because I definitely see it being a potential favorite hybrid strain for many patients.

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Trulieve TruFlower Review: Dutch Hawaiian (Sativa)

Dutch Hawaiian is a unique sativa strain that many patients may not have heard of, in contrast to some of the other established strains, such as Sour Diesel and Jack Herer.

My first experience with this strain was when Trulieve released it in their flower vape cups (review here) in late January 2019; before that, I had never even heard the strain mentioned.

Both my experiences with Dutch Hawaiian have been enjoyable. This is a more balanced sativa strain that may be a good choice for patients who don’t like the speedy qualities of other sativas.

Quick Facts:

Dutch Hawaiian (Sativa)

Price at time of review: $53/eighth 

Lineage: Dutch Treat x Hawaiian Sativa

Batch/Harvest Number: DUFLBLDS3PK5

Cannabinoids

THC: 20.8%

CBD: 0.0%

THCV: 0.1%

CBG: 0.9%

Total Cannabinoids: 21.8%

Terpenes

“*” denotes the two dominant terpenes in this strain

Beta-Myrcene: 0.1781%

Fenchol: 0.1983%

Nerolidol-2: 0.0509%

*Trans-Carophyllene: 0.3161%

Alpha-Terpineol: 0.0915%

Beta-Pinene: 0.0910%

Guaiol: 0.1592%

Linalool: 0.1429%

*R-Limonene: 0.3968%

Humulene: 0.1390%

Total Terpenes: 1.7638%

Appearance/Cure

This batch of Dutch Hawaiian is a darker shade of green than the batch I got from the vape cups earlier this year. With this medium green color, it looks similar to other sativas available at Trulieve.

Trulieve’s flower cures have been consistently better throughout the course of 2019. However, the trimming in some of the more recent batches could be slightly improved, and this batch of Dutch Hawaiian was another example of that with its numerous sugar leaves left behind.

Other than that, the cure is better than the last batch I sampled, which was a bit on the dry side. The moisture content in this eighth is nearly perfect.

Appearance/Cure Rating: 8.00/10.00

Smell/Taste

Dutch Hawaiian is one of the most unique smelling sativa strains that I have tried. It reminds me a bit of White Buffalo with its floral and “fresh” notes – possibly attributed to the linalool seen in the terpenes above.

This is not a particularly pungent strain, but it is evident that there is a plentiful variety of different terpenes present when smelling the jar.

I also detect a hint of a “cookies” type smell in Dutch Hawaiian, with a very subtle sweet citrus lurking underneath the surface.

When vaped, the citrus terpenes seem to be more pronounced, equally blending in with the rest of the terpene profile to produce a pleasant tasting vapor or smoke.

Smell/Taste Rating: 8.00/10.00

Effects/Medical Use

If you’re looking for a more mellow/balanced sativa that leans more to the “hybrid” end of the spectrum, I recommend Dutch Hawaiian. It still has the characteristic cerebral energy of a sativa strain, but with the added benefit of full body relaxation that becomes apparent fairly soon after the initial inhalation.

Other patients have commented that they find this to be a good strain for alleviating social anxiety. I’m inclined to agree with that assessment, as the relaxing and euphoric effects help round out the motivating and energetic feelings. I never got a “couch lock” with this strain, but it is definitely one of the more relaxing sativa strains that I have tried. Could almost pass for a hybrid strain in term of the effects.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Depression and related anxiety 
  • Social anxiety/agoraphobia
  • ADD/ADHD or focus-related issues
  • Good for treating lack of motivation
  • Minor aches and pains
  • Minor nausea/gastrointestinal issues

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. 

Effects Rating: 8.60/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.20/10.00

Overall, I would best describe Dutch Hawaiian as another “excellent” sativa strain from Trulieve.

This is an enjoyable strain that I absolutely would recommend to patients who benefit from sativa strains, or sativa connoisseurs in general. The effects are nice, but I don’t necessarily feel this is a “top shelf” $53 strain; I feel that this would be a better candidate for the $43 tier. Perhaps as time progresses and the vertical integration laws soften or die altogether, this will be possible.

I definitely recommend trying this at least once, especially if you can catch a discount or sale. It’s a really good strain, all in all.

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Trulieve Flower Review: Lemon OG (Hybrid)

Trulieve initially released Lemon OG Kush (or simply Lemon OG) with its initial lineup of TruCRMBL in early 2019, and released its flower form not long after. Lemon OG is described as an indica-dominant hybrid with quick-hitting effects.

My first experience with this strain was when I tried it in crumble form. I do have the say that my overall experience with the flower vs. the crumble has been slightly different, but still very enjoyable.

Quick Facts:

Lemon OG (Hybrid)

Lineage: Lemon Skunk x OG # 18

Batch/Harvest Number: FFOBBULXUY000006

Cannabinoids

THC: 22.9%

CBD: 0.1%

CBG: 0.7%

Total Cannabinoids: 23.7%

Terpenes

“*” denotes the two dominant terpenes in this strain

*Beta-Myrcene: 0.280%

*Trans-Carophyllene: 0.343%

Alpha-Pinene: 0.032%

Beta-Pinene: 0.057%

Terpineol: 0.043%

Alpha-Humulene: 0.140%

Alpha-Bisabolol: 0.130%

Farnesene: 0.192%

Limonene: 0.248%

Linalool: 0.099%

Fenchyl Alcohol: 0.033%

Total Terpenes: 1.60%

Appearance/Cure

I’d say Lemon OG definitely takes on more of an indica bud structure. Where the other strains of TruFlower I’ve gotten (mostly sativa or hybrid) have been composed of large buds, this batch was made up of a bunch of small, dense nugs.

This isn’t necessarily the best trim and overall presentation I’ve seen from Trulieve, but the flower is still pretty; you can clearly see the trichomes in the images above.

I like the color of this flower as well. The buds are mostly dark green, though I actually saw a few almost-black flecks on a few pieces; all are covered with red-orange pistils.

The moisture content is nearly perfect yet again. I think Trulieve has found their groove with curing this newly freed flower.

Appearance Rating: 7.80/10.00

Smell/Taste

This is the first strain I’ve gotten where the flower and crumble forms don’t smell nearly identical. Whereas the crumble had a bright, zesty lemon citrus smell, the flower has a much heavier and muskier scent. There’s a subtle sweetness and a bit of an earthy quality as well; I would have to say that Lemon OG crumble is the way to go if you’re set on finding a strain that smells and tastes like lemons. The flower form definitely has citrus terpenes, but overall it has a muskier, more indica-like scent.

The taste is quite enjoyable when smoked. Definitely fresh, citrus and skunk tasting on the inhale, with the sweeter notes becoming more obvious on the exhale. I would have to say that I enjoyed the smell and taste of Lemon OG crumble more, but that’s entirely my preference; this is definitely an enjoyable smoke for taste connoisseurs. .

Smell/Taste Rating: 7.80/10.00

Effects/Medical Use

Lemon OG is listed as an indica-dominant hybrid, but for me, it performed more like a 60/40% sativa-dominant hybrid; this is the one factor that is consistent with crumble.

I really enjoy the effects of Lemon OG – both the crumble and the flower. Leafly’s description of the strain had me skeptical about trying it at first; the strain’s page basically says that the effects do not last very long. I found this not to be the case when I medicated with Lemon OG crumble, and again found that the effects lasted just as long as any other strain once I medicated with the flower.

Lemon OG effects do have a rapid onset, and will be felt almost immediately in the head and behind the eyes. For the first 20-30 minutes, I predominantly felt sativa effects. I am currently smoking a bowl of this strain, and I find it to be helpful for keeping my motivation and energy levels consistent while typing.

I also really enjoy watching movies and playing video games while medicating with Lemon OG. I haven’t tried it in the outdoors yet, but I imagine it would be a really good strain for days at the beach or generally any outdoor activity. As long as the doses are kept in the light to moderate range, I don’t see the indica effects of this strain becoming too overwhelming to function.

The indica effects are more noticeable around the 35-45 minute mark after first administration, and help ease both the mind and body into a relaxed state. In high doses, Lemon OG can help ease the patient into a restful sleep, making it a possible choice for patients suffering from insomnia.

Overall, I’d say this is a medicinally useful hybrid strain.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Depression and related anxiety 
  • Minor lack of motivation
  • Good for general relaxation
  • Relief of minor to moderate aches and pains
  • Relief of minor to moderate nausea and gastrointestinal discomfort
  • Relief of minor to moderate insomnia (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. 

Effects Rating: 8.60/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.06/10.00

Overall, I would best describe Lemon OG as an “excellent and versatile” strain.

Trulieve has consistently produced some really top-notch quality flower since the smoking ban was lifted. I take this as a sign of great things to come for the Florida medical cannabis industry.

Lemon OG has definitely impressed me and stood out to me among hybrid cannabis strains. I will definitely buy this strain again in the future.

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Trulieve TruFlower Review: Jack Herer (Sativa)

Jack Herer – a classic sativa strain that I’ve enjoyed quite a few times before, and a strain that I’m enjoying yet again as I type this review. It’s named for one of the most well-known cannabis activists of our time – many of you may also be familiar with Herer’s cannabis book, The Emperor Wears No Clothes.

As for the cannabis strain, Jack Herer is a lively and energetic sativa that provides laser focus and strong cerebral effects that can last for hours after medicating. With this latest batch (and first batch of smokable) Jack Herer, I’ve also found potent psychedelic effects in higher doses.

Quite simply, this is probably the most well-grown batch of cannabis that I’ve yet to see in Florida. Trulieve absolutely killed it with this grow.

Quick Facts:

Jack Herer  (Sativa)

Lineage: Haze x Shiva Skunk x Northern Lights #5

Batch/Harvest Number: FFOBBULRTH000042 (that’s an “O” at the beginning and zeroes at the end)

Cannabinoids

THC: 18.1%

CBD: 0.0%

CBG: 0.3%

Total Cannabinoids: 18.4%

Terpenes

“*” denotes the two dominant terpenes in this strain

Beta-Myrcene: 0.0813%

*Trans-Carophyllene: 0.3208%

Alpha-Pinene: 0.1013%

Beta-Pinene: 0.095%

*Terpinolene: 0.1361%

Humulene: 0.0891%

Total Terpenes: 0.8236%

Appearance/Cure

This is one of the rare situations where the above images don’t do the bud its full justice – this batch of Jack Herer is absolutely beautiful. Each medium-light green bud is covered in burnt orange pistils and sparkling trichomes.

The first couple batches of smokable flower that I got from Trulieve were a little more dry than I like my cannabis to be; I was happy to find that this time, it was cured almost perfectly. This flower is extremely sticky and is nearly perfect on the moisture spectrum. This, in my opinion, is the best batch of flower that Trulieve has grown to this point. To them, I would say: keep doing whatever you did with this Jack Herer. You nailed it this time!

Rating: 8.60/10.00

Smell/Taste

As usual, Jack Herer smells like fresh pine, wood, and earthy terpenes. My previous comparison when I reviewed this strain in the ceramic pods was to a vacation in the Appalachian mountains; it smells like many of the trees that you start seeing at higher elevations.

The one major difference with this batch of Jack Herer was that there is also a notable skunk/gas scent that is especially apparent when first opening the jar. I’ve never smelt any terpenes that I would consider skunky or gas with Jack Herer flower in the past, so perhaps this batch developed some different terpenes. As usual, the smoke is quite enjoyable.

Rating: 8.40/10.00

Effects/Medical Use

Jack Herer makes for great daytime medication, providing laser focus and an extra boost of motivation to help power through tasks. I find this to be an introspective and creative strain, good for enjoying music and doing anything in the outdoors.

For medical patients looking for cerebral stimulation, I recommend smaller to medium doses. I found this time that higher doses sent me into an almost psychedelic-like state. While this can be a desirable effect for some, it can bring on anxiety for patients who are not expecting the powerful cerebral effects. I also felt slightly confused at times when I accidentally smoked a bit too much.

When taken in the correct dose for your tolerance, I find this strain to greatly enhance the vividness of colors and generally sharpen/brighten the field of vision. This can be a great tool for creativity, particularly for artists.

(I accidentally typed “field of bison” above, and really wanted to leave it like that.)

As always, the effects of Jack Herer are what one would expect from a sativa-dominant strain. I recommend this for morning and early afternoon use; it is a bit too stimulating to be useful for relaxation in the evening – at least for me.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Lack of energy/motivation
  • Depression
  • Lack of appetite
  • Minor headaches
  • Relief of minor skeletal/muscular aches and pains

Rating: 8.00/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.33/10.00

I would best describe this batch of Jack Herer as “excellent”. 

This is, in my opinion, the most well-grown batch of flower that Trulieve has released to date. I hope that future batches are on par (or better); if that’s the case, Trulieve will definitely continue to lead the medical cannabis market in Florida. For sativa lovers, you don’t want to miss this strain whenever it’s in stock again. Excellent daytime medication, all around, and a beautiful grow by Trulieve.

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Trulieve Flower Review: 9lb Hammer (Indica)

9lb Hammer has been one of Trulieve’s staple strains since the very beginning of the Florida medical marijuana program. I first tried it in a vape cart, then in Truclear distillate, and as flower in the ceramic cups. 9lb Hammer was notably absent from Trulieve’s initial rollout of smokable flower, but it made its appearance as their 5th smokable flower strain last week.

As 9lb Hammer has always been a go-to indica strain for me, I definitely didn’t mind getting it again and seeing what it’s intended to look like as flower. Again, 9lb Hammer proves itself as a highly valuable medicinal strain.

Quick Facts:

9lb Hammer (Indica)

Lineage: Jack The Ripper x Hell’s OG x Gooberry

Batch/Harvest Number: FFOBBULTSN000058 (that’s an “O” at the beginning and zeroes at the end)

Cannabinoids

THC: 19.6%

CBD: 0.1%

CBG: 0.5%

Total Cannabinoids: 20.2%

Terpenes

“*” denotes the two dominant terpenes in this strain

*Beta-Myrcene: 0.440%

Trans-Carophyllene: 0.080%

Alpha-Pinene: 0.30%

Beta-Pinene: 0.10%

Terpinolene: 0.02%

Alpha-Humulene: 0.02%

*Farnesene: 0.70%

Limonene: 0.07%

Linalool: 0.03%

Total Terpenes: 1.76%

Appearance/Cure

The first batch of 9lb Hammer flower I got (in December 2018) were a vibrant, almost bright shade of green. This batch is actually a few shades darker than the first batch I got, and though it has less total cannabinoid percentages, it is much more covered in trichomes than the first batch I received.

The eighth I got was made up of over a dozen small, dense buds. There was no shake, no seeds, and no small stems other than the thicker stems inside the buds themselves.

This batch of 9b Hammer was a bit dry, similar to the batch I got in late 2018. Again, it wasn’t dried to the point that it crumbled when handled, but it was extremely easy to break down. I believe Trulieve will continue to refine their curing process, and the quality will continue to improve as we move forward.

Rating: 7.80/10.00

Smell/Taste

This batch of 9lb hammer had a pleasant and unique smell: earthy and pungent with a hint of limey citrus terpenes. The earthy terpenes are definitely the dominant ones; however, it is worth nothing that this batch had much more of the limey citrus smell present. This eighth honestly smells pretty close to an earthy version of Sprite soda, and tastes even more like it when smoked.

Due to the slight variation in color and terpene makeup, it seems that this batch is a slightly different phenotype of 9lb Hammer than the first batch I picked up. The effects seem to be a bit heavier, as well. Overall, this is another quality cure that could be even better by not drying it as much.

Rating: 8.00/10.00

Effects/Medical Use

I always enjoy the effects of 9lb Hammer. It’s definitely a heavier indica, and there’s almost no notable cerebral stimulation with this strain. The first effects have an onset almost immediately after smoking or vaporizing the flower; a warm sensation blankets the body and helps ease away any aches or pains. 9lb Hammer also does a solid job of alleviating my anxiety, and helping me to relax and enjoy whatever activity I’m doing at the time. This is a great strain for relief of insomnia, particularly in high doses.

I wouldn’t recommend this strain for daytime medication, at least not if you plan on getting anything done. 9lb Hammer will most likely result in the patient having to take a nap if used in high doses during the day. My favorite way to use this strain is to wind down during the later evening hours. I find it enjoyable for watching TV and playing video games during the final few hours of the day. After smoking a few bowls, it almost always leads to getting the munchies; after I’ve finished eating, my eyes and head are usually getting too heavy to be able to stay awake.

Continuing the theme of variance between this batch and the last one I got, the effects of this batch seem to be a little heavier and more indica-leaning. If I had to put a number to it, I would say this is an 85/15% indica-dominant strain. It’s a staple in my nighttime medication regimen, and I’ll definitely buy it again in the future.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Good for relaxation
  • Relief of moderate skeletal/muscular aches and pains
  • Relief of minor to moderate nausea and gastrointestinal discomfort
  • Insomnia
  • Lack of appetite
  • Anxiety
  • Headaches

Rating: 8.70/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.16/10.00

I would best describe this batch of 9lb Hammer as “excellent”. 

Every single 9lb Hammer product I’ve purchased has consistently been a great example of beneficial medicinal effects from an indica strain. If you like indica cannabis strains, you absolutely have to try this one out. It’s definitely in my top 3 favorite indica strains, and most likely will be for a long while to come.

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Trulieve TruCRMBL Review: Lemon OG (Hybrid)

Trulieve released their version of cannabis crumble – TruCRMBL – on 02.15.2019. Along with many strains that had previously been available in flower form, Lemon OG was a surprise strain that launched alongside TruCRMBL; the flower form came about a week afterward.

Though hybrids have been hit-or-miss for me in regard to offering any significant relief for my symptoms of anxiety and depression, Lemon OG has been a surprise in that it seems to be a standout strain among the hybrids that Trulieve has offered.

Quick Facts:

Lemon OG (Hybrid)

Lineage: Lemon Skunk x OG # 18

Batch/Harvest Number: PR190301R

846.0 mg THC/1g

0.0 mg CBD/1g

81.3% THC 

0.00% CBD

2.80% CBG

0.50% CBN

87.9% Total Cannabinoids

Appearance/Feel

Where my previous crumble purchases from Trulieve have all been the same “off-white”/beige color, this batch of Lemon OG was new to me in the fact that it had some darker brown pieces mixed in as well. I’m not sure what process led to this difference in the coloration, but it does not seem to affect the smell/taste or the effects; it still smells, tastes, and feels really good. Would be interested to know what caused this variation in color.

Appearance Rating: 4.40/5.00

Smell/Taste

Lemon OG has an absolutely pleasant aroma. The initial smell when opening the container is a sharp, sweet citrus; this is complemented by an earthy and slightly pungent collection of terpenes. Lemon OG actually does smell a lot like lemons, and when vaporized, tastes somewhere close to a lemon Starburst candy. I enjoy the smell and taste of this strain so much that I’ll be trying out its flower form in the near future as well, if it’s still in stock at that time. Lemon OG and Lemon Tree are close competitors for my favorite “Lemon” strain in the smell/taste category.

Smell/Taste Rating: 4.20/5.00

Effects/Medical Use

Lemon OG is listed as an indica-dominant hybrid, but for me, it performed more like a 60/40% sativa-dominant hybrid. The initial effects are very cerebral, and can be felt behind the eyes not long after the initial inhale. Lemon OG is an excellent choice for watching movies, video gaming, going for a walk; really, Lemon OG is a great choice for almost any activity. In higher doses, it can have sedating qualities, so be sure to take it lightly if you want to be productive or engage in physically demanding activities.

I really enjoy the effects of Lemon OG. Leafly’s description of the strain had me skeptical about trying it at first; the strain’s page basically says that the effects do not last very long. However, in my experience, the effects from this strain last just as long as any other crumble strain that I’ve tried – somewhere between one to two hours depending on dosage.

As I come down from the peak of the effects, I do find the indica body-relaxing effects to kick in much more prominently. This strain is relaxing, but not necessarily sedating, unless taken in high doses.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Depression and related anxiety 
  • Minor lack of motivation
  • Good for general relaxation
  • Relief of minor to moderate aches and pains
  • Relief of minor to moderate nausea and gastrointestinal discomfort
  • Relief of minor to moderate insomnia (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. 

Effects Rating: 4.30/5.00

Overall Rating: 4.30/5.00

Overall, I would best describe Lemon OG as an “excellent and versatile” strain.

TruCRMBL really impressed me. In the past, I have always been more partial to flower; however, after trying this and Trulieve’s Sour DieselSuper Silver Haze crumble, I will definitely be keeping more strains around as a sort of “extra strength medication”, if you will. I’d highly recommend for each patient to try at least 1 gram of their favorite strain to compare the relief to other forms of cannabis medication. This is a very high quality product in my opinion. Is it the best thing ever? That’s entirely a matter of personal preference, but I think it’s definitely worth at least a “test run” from anyone. 

Lemon OG has definitely impressed me and stood out to me among hybrid cannabis strains. I will definitely be trying the flower form of this strain in the near future, pending availability.

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Trulieve Flower Review: Green Crack (Sativa)

Trulieve released the first few batches of this strain in TruFlower during mid to late 2018; unfortunately, I wasn’t able to catch it in stock during that time, and it hasn’t been available for a few months. Thankfully, another batch was released last week; at $45/eighth, it’s one of the lower-priced flower options in the Florida cannabis industry.

Green Crack gained some notoriety in the mid 2010’s as an invigorating and energizing motivational sativa; rumor has it that the strain name came from Snoop Dogg after he sampled its potent sativa characteristics.

I originally tried this strain in Trulieve’s CO2 vape carts with cannabis-derived terpenes (review of that product can be found here). I really enjoyed Green Crack in distillate form, and have really been looking forward to trying its natural flower form. I’m pleased to say it has delivered – on all accounts.


Quick Facts:

Green Crack (Sativa)

Parent Strains: Skunk #1 x ?

Batch/Harvest Number: FFOBBULDPV000005 (that’s an “O” at the beginning and zeroes at the end)

710.5 mg THC/3.5g

0.0 mg CBD/3.5g

20.3% THC 

0.00% CBD

2.10% CBG

22.4% Total Cannabinoids

Appearance/Feel

Trulieve has been on a roll of better curing quality for the past couple of months, and this batch of Green Crack is yet another quality grow. The moisture content is nearly perfect as the buds are sticky and slightly difficult to break down, but not so damp that it has issues with burning. This strain is medium to light green with areas of light green and a golden yellow hue, all covered in an abundance of bright orange pistils.

While the recent batch of Lemon Tree that I picked up was absolutely covered in kief (cannabinoid crystals), this batch of Green Crack isn’t quite as covered; however, any type of flashlight or bright lighting reveals flower that is covered in sparkling crystals.

This is, again, a good grow. Trulieve – thanks for listening to the patients and continually improving the quality of your flower.

Appearance Rating: 4.10/5.00

Smell/Taste

Opening a jar of Green Crack brings a sharp, sweet and fruity citrus smell that seems to carry itself across the room quite efficiently. The sweet/sour and fruity citrus terpenes are definitely the dominant ones, but there is also an underlying earthiness to this strain as well. To me, Green Crack seems like a mix of terpenes from Colombian Gold, Sour Diesel, and Super Silver Haze.

Vaporizing and/or smoking this strain yields similar results for the taste. Fruity, sweet and sour citrus dominates, with an underlying earthy terpene(s). This has been one of my favorite sativa strains in the smell/taste category.

Smell/Taste Rating: 4.20/5.00

Effects/Medical Use

Green Crack is definitely an energizing sativa. I wouldn’t say that it is quite as energizing as Sour Diesel or Jack Herer, but it’s more energizing than Super Silver Haze and Colombian Gold. In lower doses, the patient can expect to feel a clean boost of energy, focus, and motivation. In heavier doses, some body relaxation and “sluggish” movement can be felt as well, which I found surprising for a strain with “crack” in its name. (Amongst friends – this is not my favorite strain name.)

I do find the effects of Green Crack to be enjoyable and among some of my favorite of effects I’ve felt from sativa strains. It’s great for morning and early afternoon use, but due to the fact that it can be slightly relaxing in higher doses, it can be even be good for rolling a joint in the late afternoon for a “second wind” type of invigoration. This strain can be harnessed for motivation and/or creativity, making it a great choice for general productivity and relieving lack of motivation.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Depression 
  • Minor aches and pains
  • Lack of motivation
  • ADD/ADHD symptoms
  • General relaxation/relief (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. 

Effects Rating: 4.30/5.00

Overall Rating: 4.20/5.00

Overall, I would best describe Green Crack as an “excellent” sativa strain. 

The sole “negative” factor of this product is that it currently costs $45/eighth. Though it is one of the lower priced flower options in the state, it’s still among some of the highest priced medicinal cannabis flower in the country, and is a perfect example of why vertical integration of Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers in Florida needs to come to an end – soon. 

Other than that, this strain absolutely impressed me; I enjoyed it so much that I am purchasing the crumble version of it this weekend. Reviews for that and two other crumble strains will be coming soon, so be sure to stay tuned to this page and our various social media for the latest updates.

Definitely give Green Crack flower a try, especially if you enjoy energizing sativa strains. I will definitely buy more of this flower in the future.

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Trulieve Flower Review: Lemon Tree (Hybrid)

Lemon Tree is a strain that Trulieve has carried in flower for quite some time now; I remember watching my first review of it from Prince Vapors in summer 2018. However, for one reason or another, it’s a strain that I haven’t gotten around to buying. Maybe it’s because I was unimpressed with another “lemon” strain from Trulieve (Oregon Lemons); whatever the case may be, I wish I had gotten around to trying this strain sooner. It has been one of the most potent and psychedelic experiences I have had from flower in quite some time, and definitely the strongest I’ve gotten from Florida’s medical cannabis industry.

Quick Facts:

Lemon Tree  (Hybrid – 50/50 Indica-Sativa)

Parent Strains: Sour Diesel x Lemon Skunk

Batch/Harvest Number: FFOBENT000000023(that’s an “O” at the beginning and zeroes at the end)

833.0 mg THC/3.5g

0.0 mg CBD/3.5g

23.8% THC 

0.00% CBD

1.20% THCV – This is the highest percentage of THCV I’ve personally seen in flower.

0.60% CBG

25.6% Total Cannabinoids

Appearance/Feel

This is the kiefiest (covered in trichomes) flower I’ve gotten, ever – legal or otherwise. As you can see in the image above, Lemon Tree is a bright golden yellow/green flower that is absolutely covered in cannabinoid crystals and sprinkled with medium orange pistils. Trulieve has been more consistent with curing their flower in the past month, and this batch of Lemon Tree is another job well done by them. One out of three ceramic pods had flower that was ever so slightly on the dry side, but not enough to make me complain. As you can imagine, this bud is particularly sticky. This is another quality cure, and really boosts my faith in the progress of Trulieve’s flower all around.

Appearance Rating: 4.40/5.00

Smell/Taste

While the batch of Oregon Lemons that I got a few months ago smelled nothing like lemons, Lemon Tree is extremely citrusy, and does smell like a fresh batch of lemons. When first opening the jar, there is a sharp, tart scent that sort of “bites” at your nose; this is followed by sweeter citrus undertones, with a very subtle hint of diesel – most likely acquired from its Sour Diesel parent.

Lemon Tree is equally tangy and citrusy when vaped, and even manages to retain a bit of that lemon/citrus quality when the flower is smoked. This is an enjoyable flavor that I’d recommend to any patient who enjoys citrus cannabis strains. The smell and taste both hold true to their namesake.

Smell/Taste Rating: 4.00/5.00

Effects/Medical Use

I had two distinctly different experiences medicating with Lemon Tree: the first with a low dose of medication (a very small amount smoked in one hit), and then a higher dose of medication: a fairly large bowl smoked in four hits, one of which was an extremely large toke. I will detail both experiences separately, because they demonstrate how hybrids (and even indicas & sativas) can exhibit different effects depending on the dosage.

Low Dose Effects

I felt really nice hybrid strain effects that probably leaned slightly more toward the indica side of the spectrum. Body was warm and relaxed, my mind felt at easy, and video games seemed much more fun than usual. The effects of low dosage remind me of my first positive experiences with cannabis, similar to how I feel when medicating with Girl Scout Cookies flower. The relaxation seems to last for an extended period of time, and tapers off very gently.

Possibly good for treating (in low doses):

  • Anxiety 
  • Moderate aches and pains
  • Moderate nausea/gastrointestinal issues
  • General Relaxation 

High Dose Effects

Lemon Tree in a high dose absolutely kicked my ass. I’ve gotten to a point where I don’t really get anxiety from cannabis, even with the most potent sativa strains. I’m not sure if the 1.2% THCV played a part in this, but about two minutes after taking a large hit of Lemon Tree, I felt my heart rate and adrenaline start climbing. About five minutes after that, I felt almost like I was having a psychedelic “trip”, as my visual field seemed so enhanced to the point that it was nearly distorted. This went on for about 15 to 20 minutes; after that gradually wore off, I felt more of the same effects that I get in low doses. Lemon Tree seems unique in that it exhibits more indica-type effects in lower doses and sativa-type effects in higher doses; I have found that the opposite is normally true in my experiences. So all cannabis patients, here’s a “heads up” of caution with Lemon Tree: no matter what your tolerance level may be, tread lightly until you feel comfortable with it.

Possibly good for treating (in high doses):

  • Depression
  • Lack of motivation
  • ADHD
  • Appetite suppressant

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. 

Effects Rating: 4.00/5.00

Overall Rating: 4.13/5.00

Overall, I would best describe Lemon Tree as an “excellent” strain. 

The sole negative factor of this product is that it currently costs $55/eighth. Like most all of the prices in the Florida medical cannabis industry, this is highway robbery, and is a perfect example of why vertical integration of Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers in Florida needs to come to an end – soon. 

Other than the price, Lemon Tree absolutely impressed me, and I will certainly be making another purchase in the future – especially when the prices are able to come down. The unique effects of this batch make me wonder about the potentially unique therapeutic benefits of THCV, the effects I’ve experienced with this batch of Lemon Tree are slightly different from any other flower strain I’ve gotten so far.

For patients looking for potent medication, this strain is an absolute must-try. I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it for beginner cannabis patients, as it may be a little potent for those without much of a tolerance. Cannabis enthusiasts should really enjoy this strain – it checks all of the boxes for a quality strain and a quality product.

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