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Mendo Berry

  • Jan 15, 2011
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  • Scott Wheelman
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    Strain Name: Mendo-berry

    Price: $100/quarter oz.

    Looks: Light to Medium green with some orange-red hairs.

    Smell: Strong berry scent

    Taste: Not harsh, yet not real smooth, but full of berry flavor on the inhale more so than the exhale.

    Buzz Type: Mainly cerebral. very trippy/floaty feeling – but no sedative qualities at all – more upbeat.

    Buzz Length: Long – the buzz lasted for 2+ hours.

    Best Medicinal Use: Visual creativity, outdoor activities (walks, hiking, etc), and deep thought.

    Overall: I first tried this out one afternoon by the pool and was amazed at the cerebral buzz and fruity/berry flavor. Floating around on the raft allowed me to take in all the sights, sounds, and smells – all of which seemed more intense, which is typical of other Mendo strains (Headband, Madness, Purps, etc). I went to see Avatar (yes, I ponied up for the 3D) and REALLY enjoyed the experience. Due to the trippy feel, this was not as much a “social” high, as I tended to be more introspective and philosophical.

    Strain Name: Mendo-berry From: Caregiver When: Sept. 2010 Grade: A- Type: Hybrid Price: $100/quarter oz. Looks: Light to Medium green with some…

    Mendo berry strain

    Mendo Berry sounds like a special green berry that only grows in Humboldt County and will have you winding up naked and passed out in the woods. This new strongly Indica leaning hybrid isn’t going to cause that thankfully, but its so pungent I could smell it through the bag – a fun, fruity mixture, like a smoothie or a bag of Froot Loops before Saturday Morning cartoons. And these nugs are big, but what makes them extra large is the density and hardness of them that remind me of another familiar strain: Girl Scout Cookies. They’re like rocks, but about three times bigger than GSC, so I was expecting a high burn rate and was not disappointed: 8-10 solid, quality hits off a tiny little bud!

    The buds themselves have a nice light coloring with just a hint of orange hairs that are so orange they almost look brown. I was excited to try it and like the burn rate, I wasn’t disappointed. Right on the first hit I was feeling the changes and feeling good with the high lasting around 30-40 minutes, with the strength coming on hard on the front end. Just in time for Thanksgiving, and family gatherings, this is a perfect strain to go on a “walk” with a family member, if you know what I mean.

    Mendo berry strain Mendo Berry sounds like a special green berry that only grows in Humboldt County and will have you winding up naked and passed out in the woods. This new strongly Indica