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Mendo Breath Live Rosin

Updated: Jan 30

We are back trying another fantastic product that we have in stores. We are trying our Mendo Breath Live Rosin (Indica). Mendo Breath is a cross between OG Kush Breath (OGKB) with Mendo Montage. Our Mendo Breath Live Rosin tested at 79% THC-A and .21% D9-THC. You can experience great benefits after trying it; stay tuned.

Mendo Breath

Mendo Breath Live Rosin looks fantastic! It has a tremendous golden look while seeing the THC-A diamonds shining. The texture is sticky and messy if you move it off the paper. Along with a sweet smell straight to the head has you hurrying to try it! You can taste a Piney whenever you inhale it, but you will taste a sweet sugary taste during exhale. When you take a hit, it has a smooth taste and is not harsh as other dabs where you can enjoy it.

The Terpenes that are most abundant in Mendo Breath are Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Myrcene. When you first smell the Live Rosin, you can smell a peppery aroma while it turns sweet. Some describe it as a sweet caramel flavor. Some effects you can experience are a quick head change and a heavy relaxing body high. The benefit of this strain is that it helps with insomnia, headaches, and pain. Some of the negatives you can experience about Mendo Breath are mentioned and attest to: cotton mouth, slight dizziness, and anxiety.

After taking two small/medium dabs, I feel more relaxed and calmer; it does not have such a sleepy effect when you are couch-locked. It gives off the feeling that your body is simple but is still aware of your surroundings. Another sense is that it quiets your surroundings to enjoy the high, which feels therapeutic. The next day tried a bigger dosage which made me feel sleepy fast, but I still had the same effects and experience from the first time, with being relaxed and having a euphoric effect.


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