I paid $5 for a half-gram at my local dispo. This sample is on the low end of THC for this strain, containing 16.64% THC & 0.40% CBD. Fine with me since I'm not chasing big numbers in that department. I'm seeing lots of rave reviews claiming that BB is the 'perfect balance' between indica & sativa' and calling it a potent, smashing strain on various sites. It's a 60/30 hybrid created by crossing OG Kush & Strawberry Diesel that leans toward the more energizing end of the spectrum. Mmmm.
|Forgot to take a pic of mine. Here's a pic of Bruce Banner from Leafly.|
This is by far the stankiest strain I've had. Hard to explain other than to say it's not a pleasant smell. It's both loud and rank, sort of like something unmentionable...perhaps a tonsil stone or rotting broccoli? I know, gross. But I can't think of a way to capture the smell in words. It's also poorly dried but very pretty in terms of the trim job & bud shape. The nugs are almost foxtailed but not quite. The joint burns pretty evenly regardless.
The high is well-balanced & potent. I'm feeling super high by end of joint and way more uplifted than with Blueberry Headband. I'm smiley and somewhat focused/motivated but my body is chill & there's no pain in sight. Anxiety is also low despite drinking Benzedrex juice all day. Feels sort of reminiscent of Maui Wowie in terms of balanced up/down effects. If I were recommending this for medical use, I'd tell people with anxiety, depression & pain to give it a whirl.
|2 Bruce Banner joints (Blackberry Brandy)|
Upon first impression, I'm giving Bruce Banner a 4.8 of 5 stars for effects, potency & price. The smell was grody & the dry/cure job was shit, but it's an attractive bud & gets the job done in the happiness department. It kinda feels like a cross between Golden Goat and Maui Wowie--solid smile-inducing weed. Not overly stimulating or euphoric but will put a smile on your face. The comedown isn't terribly exhausting either which is a bonus if you're looking for a daytime strain. My eyelids are definitely feeling heavy though, ha.