A good way to spend Valentine’s Day could be walking around downtown Seattle. Sampling wine from various wine bars while you enjoy the city lights. Cinex from Ceres could be the perfect strain for that date night. Grown using deep water culture, Ceres uses a unique method to grow their cannabis. Their method submerges the roots of the plant in highly oxygenated water full of nutrients.
I became a little skeptical at this point. Could a completely different method of growing cannabis produce high-quality results? A shiny red sticker covers the usual glass jar. Inside the jar is Cinex, a pure sativa strain.
Three light green nugs sat inside the container. Sporadically orange hairs appeared on the buds. This strain had sat on my shelf for awhile, and it was surprisingly still fresh despite that. The smell grabbed my attention first. A heavy citrus aroma overshadowed the smell of soil. Considering the environment this cannabis is produced in, I found that interesting.
To get a good understanding of the flavor of this weed, I smoked it two different ways. At first, through my bong and then my pipe. Both methods revealed a heavy soil taste. I did not notice any strange tastes or flavors.
Their growing method preserves the flavor of the weed. Almost instantaneously a surge of energy took over. I wanted to walk around. I needed to move. This strain would be perfect for that romantic walk. I did not want to move fast, but I found myself lost in what I was seeing and hearing on my walk.
Cinex Cannabinoid Breakdown
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