Mystery Machine by Boutique is a lovely three-way cross between Girl Scout Cookies, Scooby Snacks, and Girl Time strains. It has a crisp aroma, lightly diesel in smell, but with hints of the PNW outdoors. The flower itself was soft, easily ground, not too sticky, and had small yellow trichomes evident on the nugs before grinding. Limonene, being one of the primary terpenes in this hybrid, helps give it a clean aftertaste. The smoke doesn’t coat the tongue or throat. Upon a fresh hit, expect to immediately feel it behind the eyes. This should be an active and productive high, depending on the amount and user tolerance. We recommend Mystery Machine as being excellent for a hike, long conversations, and good company.
KK Strawberry Cough:
KK Strawberry Cough is a very pleasant indica. It has a clean, traditional skunky smell to it without being overpowering, and the bud is soft and mostly dry. A consistent mind-high, with little to no couchlocking effect, though the world may seem brighter. You can tell you’re high without feeling impaired or getting confused by conversations. Additionally, you may find it helps soothe headaches with as little as one bowl. We recommend KK Strawberry Cough as a solid morning/breakfast high, or maybe a weekend-at-home high, useful for doing some light chores.
Blue Erkle, another indica, is the fastest acting and intense of the three being compared here, although this isn’t an active high. The aroma was earthy, skunky, with strong hints of diesel. The smoke was smooth, causing no coughing, but the high does sit heavily in the chest. Some report feeling a soft burning sensation behind the eyes almost immediately. Overall, the strain provided a good middle ranged mind-high. You may experience feelings of zen, awareness and harmony with your surroundings. Settle into your comfy chair by the fireplace for a bowl, or luxuriate in the sun on a quiet spring day, as tranquility awaits. We recommend Blue Erkle as a self-care bowl, or perhaps as a nightcap.
By: Logan Miller – About the Author
Logan Miller is a freelance writer with a BA in Online Journalism from the University of Central Arkansas. Born and raised west of Chicago, he has been living and loving life in Washington for the past four years. With the scientific field ever growing and uncovering more amazing facts about what good marijuana can do for a body and mind, he has made it his mission to begin erasing the myths and problematic stigmas attached to this helpful little plant, one blog post at a time.