So there I was, a rainy day with nothing to do. As the great Raoul Duke said, “Anything worth doing, is worth doing right” – I might as well indulge that desire and go on down the rabbit hole. Today’s review is a strain of marijuana known as Alice in Wonderland by CannaSol Farms, which I procured from Herbal Nation (in Bothell, WA) for the price of $67.76 for 2 grams.
CannaSol Farms is a producer that describes their product as “Cannabis Unplugged”. The herb is grown in the Okanogan sun, and the producer is based in Riverside, WA. Taking a glance at CannaSol’s website, their mission statement can be summed up in three concise words: Sustainability, Responsibility and Integrity.
These three pillars of practice are the kind of foundations that will help keep producers like CannaSol Farms at the forefront of the recreational movement. Oh, that and the lovely premium product that they grow.
Before we delve into Alice in Wonderland, let’s take a look at CannaSol Farm’s packaging: it’s of a rustic fashion, only consisting of black and white colors. The producer’s logo is displayed directly in the front, along with the weight of the product and some shipping information. Turing to the back, we get more specific details; the strain’s name, some testing results, more tracking information and a web address. The package certainly doesn’t have much color or design, but the information necessary is present.
Let’s look at the specifics:
Total Active Cannabinoids – 19.96%
(for more information, have a glance at the sticker photo)
Alice in Wonderland smells superb; a hint of fruit, with subtle earthy lingerings. The aroma is potent, and permeates quite rapidly throughout the room.
The view is fantastic when opening the package – the interior gives off a warmth, and makes the bud all the more enticing. The nugs themselves are wonderfully frosted with keef, and are deep in color. As always, there are a few leaves – but nothing that detracts from the beauty of Alice in Wonderland.
Upon tasting the smoke through a water pipe, it was fresh upon the palette. The fragrant hint of fruit carries through for a slightly cherry sensation, and a quite enjoyable sensation at that.
Getting high with Alice in Wonderland is best suited for the AM hours, and nothing is really better then a “good mornin'” session. It’s hard to find yourself “one toke over the line” with this strain, and that makes it perfect for doing morning stuff; brewing coffee/tea, gazing off into the foggy distance while holding a mug of said coffee/tea, and getting ready for whatever you have to do (fingers crossed whatever you have to do involves “nothing”).
Another great reason for Alice in Wonderland being a morning strain is the lack of burnout. True to it’s sativa nature, there is very minimal tiredness to be expected. I’m swooning over CannaSol Farms’ product, and am excited to bring you a review of their Durban Poison next week.
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