Peanut Butter kush
Peanut Butter kush, also known as “Peanut Butter Kush,” (70% indica/30% sativa) strain with unknown parentage due a general lack of information about its heritage. Nonetheless, this bud has a smell that’s said to be just like a freshly opened jar of peanut butter with just a twist of pungent kush.
The flavor is said to be nutty and earthy with a creamy kush effect upon exhale that’s slightly pungent and sour. The Peanut Butter kushhigh is pretty stoney, perfect for kicking back and binging on snacks during the late afternoon. It starts with a cerebral lift that leaves you feeling euphoric and uplifted, although pretty hazy and unable to focus.
As your mind falls into deep stoney introspection, your body will succumb to a heavy sedation that can leave you feeling sleepy if you toke a little too much of this tasty bud at once. With these effects and its THC level that bottoms out at about 20%, Peanut Butter is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, mood swings, appetite loss, and nausea. Peanut Butter buds have piecey round light minty green nugs with dark leaves and bright orange hairs.
SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF WEEDS
- Short-term memory problems
- Severe anxiety, including fear that one is being watch or followed (paranoia)
- Very strange behavior, seeing, hearing or smelling things that aren’t there, not being able to tell imagination from reality (psychosis)
- Loss of sense of personal identity
LONG-TERM EFFECTS HERBS
- Decline in IQ (up to 8 points if prolonged use started in adolescent age)
- Poor school performance and higher chance of dropping out
- Impaired thinking and ability to learn and perform complex tasks
- Lower life satisfaction
- Addiction (about 9% of adults and 17% of people who started smoking as teens)
- Potential development of opiate abuse
- Relationship problems, intimate partner violence
- Antisocial behavior including stealing money or lying
- Financial difficulties
- Increased welfare dependence
Other names of Marijuanna
In many countries, herbal cannabis and cannabis resin are formally known as marijuana and hashish (or just ‘hash’) respectively. Cannabis cigarettes may be termed reefers, joints or spliffs.Street terms for cannabis/cannabis resin include bhang, charas, pot, dope, ganja, hemp, weed, blow, grass and many others.
Although the leaves of Cannabis sativa are reasonably characteristic, cannabis and cannabis resin can both be positively identified by low-power microscopy, where the appearance of glandular trichomes and cystolithic hairs is diagnostic. The Duquenois test is considered to be specific for cannabinols. It is based on the reaction of cannabis extracts with p-dimethylbenzaldehyde. This produces a violet blue coloration that is extractable into chloroform. The mass spect;um of THC shows major ions at m/z = 299, 231, 314, 43, 41, 295, 55 and 271. Using gas chromatography, the limit of detection of THC in blood is 0.3 μg/L.