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cornbread strain review

Cornbread strain review
Mama Fuego didn’t care for cornbread, but now that I’ve flown the coop, I eat that shit all the time, and have even made cornbread with cannabutter to stay extra warm during chili season. So imagine the stupid grin on my face upon learning that not only does a cannabis strain called Cornbread exist, but it was born right here in Colorado. A child of Rare Dankness #2 and Katsu Bubba Kush, Cornbread hails from Denver breeder Rare Dankness. Unfortunately, you can only get Cornbread on the medical side of the breeder’s dispensary, House of Dankness, but a growing number of recreational shops are carrying it. After one taste of the strain’s zesty and honey-like qualities, you’ll be glad they are.
Effects: Cornbread might be labeled an 80/20 indica-dominant hybrid, but that 20 percent of sativa genetics must come and go quickly after you smoke it. Despite a short burst of uplifting curiosity and wide-awake appetite, the strain’s effects are largely sedating on the body and slightly psychedelic on the mind, making it a nighttime strain for me. Cornbread has been used to treat minor pain, stress, glaucoma, headaches, eating disorders and sore muscles.
Commercial grower’s take: “Cornbread has been around for almost five years, at least, but it was never that big. A few shops had it here, and Washington and Oregon stores will carry it, but even now, it’s likely only sold at a handful of places at any given time. That could always change, though, if the genetics spread out more. It has great resin production, good yields, and you can cut it down inside of two months.”
Flavor: Cornbread’s flavor — my favorite quality — combines Katsu Bubba’s grainy notes of Kush and coffee with Rare Dankness #2’s sweet, floral hints of honey and lemon for a heavenly, doughy taste.
Looks: Expect oval and circular buds with moderate density and wide, plump calyxes. Cornbread’s light-green color can be hard to notice because of the strain’s dark-green leaves, common purple shades and heavy trichome coverage.
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Cornbread’s parents are both formidable indicas, so expect the same melting high from their child. This can be dangerous, given Cornbread’s unique mix of citrus, honey, doughy, herbal and soil flavors, which made it hard to tap out after my first session. Sure enough, I took about ten collective steps in the following hours, most of which I don’t remember.
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A child of Rare Dankness #2 and Katsu Bubba Kush, Cornbread is an indica-leaning strain that hails from Denver breeder Rare Dankness.
A weed user gave it a perfect five-star grade after mentioning various food items starting from ice cream, cereal, caramel crisps, and a can of Pringles. The craving for some foodstuff was almost automatic, and he was not sure how he finished all these foodies in no time. Lack or loss of appetite has been one of his problems when he suffered the Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE).
The best tip from this cannabis user is to prepare yourself to crave for different chow because hitting some joints of this Cornbread Strain will make you desire for food and all that stuff.
Being paranoid, having some weak moments, some anxiety attacks, red or dry eyes, and cottonmouth (dry mouth) are some of the known side effects of smoking or using some rolls and related stuff to the Cornbread Strain. These unwanted effects can be avoided or be eradicated by being faithful to sticking with the moderation of intake and maintaining proper hydration as well.
Individuals with a reduced appetite for food must consider hitting this unique cannabis hybrid. This weed strain is not just named for nothing or anything- since it seemed to give an aroma reminiscent of the real cornbread you can buy in your local bakery. If you love your cornbread as one of your favorite comfort foods, then this weed hybrid can give you a different type of comfort that will provide your Golden Slumber.
When it comes to relaxation, you can count on this cannabis strain to deliver. Not only that, hitting some rolls of the Cornbread cannabis hybrid can enhance your overall mood and can uplift your disposition. The weed strain is considered to be rare, and once if you will have a chance to try this good stuff- never ever miss that opportunity. This cannabis strain is best for those who want to be with Mr. Sandman for a goodnight’s sleep.
2 to 4 (out of 10) patients who tried this cannabis for medicinal purposes have testified that it can cure some health issues like:
4 to 8 (out of 10) cannabis stoners who tried the Cornbread cannabis strain, confirmed that they felt:

  • Lack or loss of appetite
  • Anxiety
  • Pain
  • Insomnia
  • Stress

This Indica-dominant hybrid is expected to let you experience a full corporal high that can push your senses to relax while opening yourself to the concepts of sharing your thoughts for others, maintaining a cheerful heart, and a deeper sense of relaxation as well. For his experience with this unique strain, he gave it a four-star grade because of its overall potency that can knock down any cannabis user who mishandled its content.
The Cornbread strain can be very interesting just like its pastry counterpart. A relaxing high you need to experience yourself. Check this out.