Medical Cannabis Strains – Pot of Gold.

Medical Cannabis Strains – Pot of Gold.

Appearance: Lovely pale and pastel green foxtail buds, some darker green leaf and  vibrant orangey-brown hairs. lots and lots of trichomes which glisten in the light! the cola’s as a whole is made up of lots of mini fox tails which have moderate calyxes – theyre not huge but you can definitely make them out amongst the trichomes and beautiful hairs, which look much more orange when looked at a little closer.

Aroma: The problem with pot of gold, is its very hard to pin point exact aroma’s,  its a myriad of smells. of course you can tell its cannabis form a light and airy almost skunky aroma – its a very delicate smell to say the least, a little earthy and a little nutty too.

Flavour: The same problem arises in flavour as it does aroma, there are is a lot going on in terms of the flavours you can taste while smoking this beautiful flower. The taste is much less earthy then the smell, the light and airy and nuttyness fully takes control of your taste buds, its still very fine and delicate. Slighty fruity and floral – a real taste explosion.

Effects: Moderate at first but this ones a creeper. The first few tokes lead me to believe not much was happening. After a few more, a cerebral and calming effect began to gradually build. Starting at the edge of my eyes causing a general sense of well being. This started, after yet a few more tokes to work its way down to the rest of my body.  Reducing the tingling and stabbing pain i had in my legs prior to medicating. My legs and chest, within a few minutes of lighting up seemed much less tight leading me to have greater movement then previously. My Optic neuritis had been flaring up over the last few days- Optic neuritis is where there is inflammation and demyelination of the optic nerve and is one of my least favourite symptoms.  It sometimes makes me blind in my right eye or have very blurred vision, that’s not including the pain – it often feels like someone is jamming a spoon behind my eye, its not nice to say the least.  After medicating with Pot of gold stopped this completely and my vision became completely clear.

Comments. Im a BIG fan of this bud – it was light and airy so the cut seemed large, which of course meant that i was able to get much more medicine content from this for my money. She smoked really well, only having to be relit once the whole way – a rarity in the UK with the amount of damp cannabis which gets sold on a daily basis. Over all a very nice sativa buzz with a great indica – and symtom revealing, body stone.

Clark French.

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About clarkfrench

Diagnosed with MS on the 19th of August 2010 I have started Bloging to raise awareness for MS and cannabis in general. I have some great friends and family and have had lots of support from local MS charities. I have had articles written about me in a local and national papers, national news websites and conducted various radio interviews on BBC radio and private radio stations. I appeared on national television for channel 4 and the BBC. I want to help other people who have MS I want them to realise how much difference cannabis can have to their life.

3 responses to “Medical Cannabis Strains – Pot of Gold.”

  1. bud sucker says :

    got hold of some of this earlier in the year, very different effect from most other combustibles I’ve experienced. Really giggly, which is a nice surprise for a veteran, a definate magical quality to it. I thought of this strain when reading your recet CBD article. Keep up the good work.

  2. Cure Ukay says :

    Happy Birthday man!

  3. Eye Floaters says :

    There are tons of good tv shows to choose from to say it’s the best. No matter what is said though, there is no doubt that this show ranks #1 of all of them. Yes, there are shows that are a bit newer but this one still has charm. There is comedy, sex, and a little darkness, easily moving it up to the top. They just don’t make them like this nowadays.

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