The Peanut Butter Breath Strain is one of the most iconic strains out there. However, it is an elusive strain that is not studied as much as its parent strains or other hybrid stains like the OGK or the GSC. So, let me take you on a journey to explore this amazing strain and understand what is the Peanut Buitter strain that the cool kids are talking about.
Peanut Butter Breath Strain Overview
The Peanut Butter Breath strain or the Peanut Butter strain is one of the most sought-after Indica-dominant hybrid strains out there. The strain was originally bred by the ThugPug Genetics. The strain is 80% Indica and 20% Sativa. However, users claim that the general effects of the strain are reminiscent of a Sativa strain. Hence, this makes the strain a unique strain to give a try.
The Peanut Butter Breath strain, or the PBB strain, is one of the most unique hybrid strains out there. It is known to produce a well-rounded high coupled with a potent feeling of sedation. As a result, the strain can be quite versatile in the long run. Medical as well as recreational users have come forward and claimed that strain is very helpful across a myriad of requirements.
This Indica-dominant hybrid strain is a product of splicing Do Si Dos and Mendo Breath strains. Both the strains are very potent and iconic in their own respect. As a result, the strain demonstrates one of the finest lineages out there. And this helps in making the strain an iconic choice for anybody who wants to try something new.
But before you could call yourself an expert of the Peanut Butter breath strain, you need to understand few other key aspects of it.
Understanding a strain’s characteristics is the primary thing one needs to do. This helps in understanding the strain according to different markers like potency, terpenes, aroma, flavors, etc. Here we go!
Looks, Flavor & Aroma
The buds of the PBB strain look like your classic nug of green cannabis. The buds are dense, with light green hues, sticky trichomes, and fine pistils. This makes the strain look iconic and beautiful at the same time. I personally find this strain to be quite aesthetic.
The strain has one of the most inviting aromas out there. The PBB strain offers a nutty flavor with herby undertones. As a result, the strain exudes an aroma of roasted peanuts. In fact, the flavor is also similar to the general aroma that the strain holds. As the moniker suggests, the flavor is exactly similar to the smoothness of real-life peanut butter.
THC Content & Potency
The PBB strain is an amazing strain that can have one of the highest THC contents out there. The strain has around 18% to 28% THC and 0.06% CBD. Such a high THC and potent CBD content makes this strain one of the best strains for veteran users. But that does not mean that the strain is taboo for beginners. Just moderate your usage, and you will be fine.
Myrcene, caryophyllene, and limonene are the primary terpenes that one can find in this strain. These terpenes not only add to the overall flavor profile of the strain, but it is also very important for the effects.
Benefits Of The Strain
Apart from all the characteristics, the strain is also popular for the effects it produces. These effects are potent and help recreational as well as medical users. Some of the biggest health benefits of the strain include:
- Pain Relief
- Stress and mood regulator
- The sedative effects of the strain can help with sleeping
- Appetite stimulator.
Just like all other strains out there, the Peanut Butter Breath strain is also known for some of its side effects. These side effects are not fatal or harmful. Howevevr, they are potent enough to take note:
- Extreme anxiety attacks
- Dry Mouth and eyes
- Greening out
- Loss of motor skills.
- Loss of cognition
- Absolute couch-locking situations
- Pulmonary issues.
We have already seen that this strain is one of the most sought-after strains out there. However, a true test of cannabis is what the users have to say. Therefore, we have scoured the internet to collect user reviews that reflect how the strain is. Here are some of the best and organic reviews we came across.
“This strain was VERY nostalgic, social, and narrative. I was able to access memories I didn’t even know I had in extreme detail!! Like very, very random details that made our story-telling really entertaining. It also made me super good at making accurate and relatable observations/descriptions (sound effects specifically for some reason). Imagery was really strong, like when my brother was sharing stories I could picture them very clearly almost like I was there. I felt a warm and strong sense of connection to the people around me, and I could’ve stayed up all night reminiscing. I didn’t feel like I got the munchies but I ate like 7 chocolate-covered caramel apple slices so you tell me”
“just like the name peanut butter breath. This strain reminds me of the old days smoking on a chronic joint and eating a reese’s cup a highon delight. Don’t let the name fool you this hard hitting strain is so good and strong you can feel the buzz right after one hit and keeps going after that then 30 minutes later booooom even more higher head and body am feeling good in the neighbor hood a A1 strain”
“Brothers I chiefed down a half a bowl and then it took me 7 attempts to log in to write this including a password reset twice. I’m gonna go finish the bowl as a reward for my efforts. Stay safe.”
And there you have it. We have extensively covered one of the most iconic Indica-dominant hybrid strains out there, the Peanut Butter Breath Strain. Due to its unique properties, this strain is popular for recreational as well as medicinal usage. However, 28% THC is no joke. You need to be careful about the amount you consume.
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