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Peanut Butter Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid – 70% Indica / 30% Sativa
THC: 20%

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Doesn’t smell like peanut butter but sure has nutty notes throughout the entire smoke. Leaves throat cakey not achey!

Semi strong remind me of crunch n munch for the taste i like it doe if it was stronger it would of been a 5

Just tried it for the first time. Yes it smelled like a jar of p-butter. Initially I was skeptical. It looked kinda spindly and sparse. But one puff into it, I got a head rush on the exhale, finished a bowl. It gave me a spurt of energy as well as a nice head buzz.

Just had it 4 the first time. Im a regular smoker and this really hits the sweet spot. Very hazy, happy high. I moving arond my house like a cloud ! Go for it.

Smoother than a fresh jar of skippy. Everything about this strain is top shelf.

Good high. Head buzz and relaxing. Not the strongest. Nothing near a hallucination or craziness. Accurate description

Just absolutely outrageous! I’m feeling a crazy head high n just like a God damn crackhead I don’t like it. But for the description, couldn’t get anymore accurate. Love it but hate it.

Was a fun time. at first. Holy shit was I fucked up, I started seeing people and dogs. I imagined a scene on the side of the building, I thought I was going to die. I was so scared, I definitely can’t handle any sativa. I woke up the next morning still foggy and anxious from smoking so much. I felt like a fucking crackhead.

I still have seeds from the original peanut butter and I just harvested a round of it. These descriptions are halfway accurate. I wish I could post pictures here 2 show you what the strain actually looks like. How it got the name I will never know because it does not resemble the smell of peanut butter.. it IS quite earthy though. Also your THC content description is wrong my seeds came with a 28% THC rating.. and I’ll be goddamned if it isn’t.🥴

Peanut Butter, also known as “Peanut Butter Kush,” is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% 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 jus…

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Strain Review: Peanut Butter Breath by Left Coast Farms

Strain: Peanut Butter Breath
Parentage: Do-Si-Dos x Mendo Breath F2
Breeder: Thug Pug Genetics
Grower: Left Coast Farms
Cannabinoid Content: 26.0% THC

Given Instagram’s simple photo-and-caption format, it’s no wonder that it’s become the de facto social media platform of the cannabis industry—efficiently meeting the needs of professionals and enthusiasts who want to quickly share the contents of their bag.

And it should come as no surprise, then, that accounts with the most visually stunning “nug porn” tend to generate the most buzz.

While I appreciate a pretty flower as much as the next guy, I’ve grown wary of “nug porn.” Not just because it needlessly sexualizes cannabis, but because it’s impossible to comprehensively represent weed with a picture.

Like advertising the aurora borealis with an audio recording, selling weed with a photo misses the most interesting part of the story—the smells and flavors and nuances that draw a person to what will work best for them.

At its most innocent, nug porn is a low-cost way to create value and awareness around a weed product.

But at its worst, it’s an open door to dishonest business, giving breeders and manufactures a convenient barrier between the consumer and the product—ensuring plausible deniability if a hyped new strain doesn’t live up to its reputation.

Of course, as a big weed nerd, I view my fair share of flower pics on Instagram—and as a seed collector, I keep up with the breeder set to see what’s coming out. Admittedly, I’m not immune to the hype surrounding promising new genetics, and there are a few accounts I keep tabs on to make sure I’m not missing anything groundbreaking.

One such account is that of Gromer1, the breeder behind Thug Pug Genetics, who caught my attention the old fashioned way: with a mouth-watering collection of Insta posts chronicling his experiments crossing rare and clone-only cuts with a Mendo Breath stud that’s earned a reputation for passing on to its many offspring surreal purple hues and drippy trichome coverage.

Perhaps the porniest of all of Gromer’s centerfolds is a strain called Peanut Butter Breath, which joins the aforementioned Mendo Breath stud with a Do-Si-Dos mom.

A few months back, I singled out Do-Si-Dos as one of the more memorable Cookie-related strains from Archive Seed Bank’s stable of Face-Off OG crosses.

Of Do-Si-Dos, I wrote: “[Archive’s OG Kush Breath x Face-Off OG] stands out for its full-mouth musk and berries-and-black-pepper scent, as well as its muscle-melting, bone-massaging body high and cozy-but-functional, night-capper head space.”

As indica as all that sounds, Do-Si-Dos’ OG Kush Breath heritage incorporates various sativas, a fact that reveals itself when the Archive classic is bred with Mendo Breath— another branch off the OG Kush Breath tree, with Purps and Trainwreck lingering in its father’s Mendo Montage DNA.

When these half siblings are joined as Peanut Butter Breath, the strain’s various sativa relatives resurface, resulting in upbeat head notes, while maintaining that “bone-massaging body high” I noted of Do-Si-Dos.

Grown by Salem-based Left Coast Farms and available at various dispensaries around Portland, this example of Peanut Butter Breath tests at 26.0% THC. Expressing a beta caryophyllene-dominant terpene profile, it inherits the peppery nail polish notes of the Do-Si-Dos, with woody undertones that likely describe the strain’s significant humulene content.

On the back of the woody, fuel flavor, sensitive palates will note a citrus and lavender interplay—due to the presence of terpenes limonene and linalool—and together, these components linger in the mouth for a minty finish.

From a medical perspective, Peanut Butter Breath’s terpene profile makes it a prime candidate for use as an anti-inflammatory, thanks to high concentrations of beta caryophyllene and humulene. And for adult-use consumers, the strain offers an improved mood, mostly clear head, and notable bodily relaxation.

After spending so many hours scrolling through Gromer’s Thug Pug releases, it’s a treat to finally come across one of his rare crosses in the wild. And it’s great to know that Peanut Butter Breath is more than a lot of nice pictures that live on the internet: it’s a pleasantly nuanced strain that deserves the hype that surrounds it and its creator.

Potlander Strain Review: Peanut Butter Breath by Left Coast Farms Strain: Peanut Butter Breath Parentage: Do-Si-Dos x Mendo Breath F2 Breeder: Thug Pug Genetics Grower: Left Coast