Cookies and Cream #Marijuana a yummy ‘Take-Me-Away’ treat for grown-ups

Does the high release the tension in the back?

Or, does the release of the tension in the back create the high?

That is the question that I ask of thee, as I just sucked down a 1 gram “Cookies and Cream” marijuana joint from Kind Love dispensary in Glendale, Colo. It’s a delicious midnight treat when you can’t get back to bed and decide to do laundry.

Kind Love actually is a famous dispensary. Kind Love is listed among High Times “15 Best Marijuana Dispensaries” in Denver.

The only other dispensary on the list I have been to so far since moving to Denver is Native Roots.

One of my friends at my favorite restaurant suggested I check out Kind Love. She said its Cookies and Cream strain, in particular, is pretty spectacular.

Wow. She was right. This recreational strain indeed is euphoric. But it clearly has medicinal properties beyond the pyschoactive.

While staring at a neon sign outside the hotel while smoking it (stoned, plain and simple) I coughed. And …. CRACK! Kinks in my back released from prison.

To me, the true sign of weed “success” is when all that tension in my back is released.  It often sends feeling and blood coursing down one or both of my legs and I feel like I grow two inches.

And that’s just how I felt after sucking down this delicious Cookies and Cream joint from Kind Love.

Leafly, the authority on marijuana, says this about Cookies and Cream: 

Bred by Exotic Genetix, Cookies and Cream is a hybrid cross between Starfighter and an undisclosed Girl Scout Cookies phenotype. This sweet-tasting variety provides long-lasting relief for patients treating symptoms throughout the day, but high doses can induce an early night’s sleep. Cookies and Cream took first place in the hybrid category of the 2014 Denver Cannabis Cup.

It’s reason enough to smoke another one when I go down to switch the laundry from the washer to the dryer. Go out and make it a great day. Stay elevated.

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