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Liv Well has one of my favorite locations in Denver, as it’s ironically wedged next door to the Broadway Girl Scouts office like a Thin Mint in a plastic tray.
My budtender is a pleasant art student from Metro State whose coupon sense tingles the moment I ask to see the indica-dominant hybrid 303 Kush. But while the initial nose of this cross between Pre ’98 Bubba Kush and Chem Dawg is that light coffee you expect from Pre ’98 Bubba, it washed away quickly to the smell of a garden section at Home Depot: all soil and chem. Visually, it’s OK: It appears more Chem Dawg than Kush-like in structure with loose, dry buds that don’t crumble but certainly snap well.The calyxes have that Chem Dawg bulbousness to them, but I’ve seen it both ways with this strain.Several leaves have some burn that no one felt needed to be trimmed, like a slab of fat on some baby back ribs. Each puff elicited more of the tiny symphony, which smokers have attributed to everything from spider mite eggs to immature seeds to cocaine.Perhaps that’s because they show more of the Pre ’98 purple to them, something you don’t always get with 303 Kush. From the taste, which definitely matched the chemmy smell, I’d wager it was a flushing issue more than anything.If only all that memory loss mumbo jumbo were true.Several people have told me they kicked the habit by doing nothing but smoking joints and sleeping for days.
As an adult with responsibilities, that sounded as amazing as it did completely impractical.
My goal was simply to grab a bag of something I could puff indiscriminately on while not alienating everyone I love.
When I told my friends that after 16 years I was officially quitting smoking, there was some genuine concern. See, I’ve been the pack (or more) a day guy for as long as most people have known me.
The guy who starts nervously fidgeting as soon as the “fasten seat belts” sign goes off after a plane lands.
The guy who learned how to smoke a cigarette in less than two minutes so he could have an extra one on break at work.
Now, I’m counting on cannabis to help me unlearn all of that behavior.