The Peanut Butter Breath strain is the result of breeding Do-Si-Dos and Mendo Breath. It is seemingly designed for one sole purpose: to bring about a hefty, body melting sense of relaxation. Small Buds.
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Peanut Butter Breath (Smalls)
The Peanut Butter Breath strain is the result of breeding Do-Si-Dos and Mendo Breath. It is seemingly designed for one sole purpose: to bring about a hefty, body melting sense of relaxation. Both Do-Si-Dos and Mendo Breath are renowned for their ability to put you into your couch, bed, or whatever soft surface is handy. Given this, it’s no surprise that Peanut Butter Breath is an ideal candidate to bring your day to a winding close. The strain, bred by the award-winning cultivators at Thug Pug, presents in dense, pale-green buds adorned with spitfire red stigma hairs, hints of purple and a healthy frosting of trichomes. All in all, its unique, eye-catching features designate Peanut Butter Breath as a strain that’s almost as enjoyable to take in visually as it is to take in with your favorite glass piece.
Upon an initial whiff, Peanut Butter Breath can be a bit deceiving. Its terpene profile leaves it with a pungent, herbal aroma, but the namesake for this strain resides in its taste upon smoking. The immediate taste imparted by the strain is a nutty and earthy, imparting a taste reminiscent of fresh peanuts. Not far behind this nutty first impression is a finishing taste of minty citrus, drawing on Peanut Butter Breath’s Limonene-dominant makeup of terpenes.
All together, Peanut Butter Breath has a profile headed by three dominant terpenes: limonene, caryophyllene, and linalool. Limonene, the most dominant terpene, is abundant in many strains of cannabis. It imparts a citrusy aroma and flavor and is present in the rinds of several fruits. It is primarily known for its effect on anxiety and stress, but there has been promising research indicating its potential to fight the growth of cancerous tumors.
Cannabis is made up of various chemicals, some belong to Cannabiniods and the others are Terpenes. Together they form what is known now to be the Cannabis Profile and will provide a fairly percise evaluation of the effects the user will experience.
Here are the important chemicals in this strain: