Golden Goat Golden Budder – Hybrid

SR-Concentrate, Nug Run Budder: Golden Goat, Sativa Dominant Hybrid

I stumbled upon this while perusing the menu for Nature’s AZ Medicines and noticed it had 88.3% THC, 91.7% Total Cannabinoids, which is high! Like really high, so I had to try it out.

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It is truly golden with a nice buttery/waxy consistency. The flavor is said to resemble tropical fruit, which I can go along with. There might also be a hint of citrus in there as well. The smell is also sweet, almost like a bubblegum scent.

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I love a sativa high and this one packs a punch, especially combined with the strong percentage of cannabinoids (CBD) which makes the body feel nice and relaxed. This makes this strain good for day and night. I’ll be completely honest, I’ve dabbed this before work and have had many a wonderful morning. I’ve also dabbed this at night and fell asleep on the couch. The high is strong but not overpowering; completely manageable if need be.

All in all, easily one of my favorite strains at the moment. In fact, I went back and bought two more grams after the first night because I liked it so much and wanted to share with friends (they liked it too!)

From: Nature’s AZ Medicines
Cost: $25/.5g

Leafly Notes: Golden Goat was created by accident in Topeka, Kansas, when a male HawaiianRomulan pollinated Mr. Dank’s Island Sweet Skunk mother. The strain is often light green and pink in color, which is indicative of its Hawaiian sativa side. The scent is described as being a combination of sweet, sour, and spicy, with a tropical fruit flavor. Effects are strong and felt from head to toe, lasting about 1-2 hours. Flowering time is 9-11 weeks, with a golden appearance closer to harvest. This sativa-dominant hybrid has a THC level of up to 23% and a CBD of 1.07%.

Dispensary Notes: 88.3% THC, 91.7% Total Cannabinoids. Hybrid. Golden Goat was created by accident in Topeka, Kansas, when a male Hawaiian-Romulan pollinated Mr. Dank’s Island Sweet Skunk mother. The strain is often light green and pink in color, which is indicative of its Hawaiian sativa side. The scent is described as being a combination of sweet, sour, and spicy, with a tropical fruit flavor. Effects are strong and felt from head to toe. Some medical uses include stress, depression, pain, appetite and more.

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