Strains & Reviews // March 4, 2021 // Ephrata

Animal Spase Strain Review

Animal Spase Strain Review
Gifted Curators offers “DC weed at its finest.” One of our cannabis connoisseurs, Kush-n-Pain, is sampling legendary strains from Gifted Curators to review for Urban Aroma readers. Read on for Kush-n-Pain’s review of Animal Spase.

Animal Spase

Upon cracking open this jar of flowers, I am immediately met with sweet exotic berries and a hint of pungent mint. The aroma is complex owing to its parentage of Blue Zkittlez and Bacio Gelato. Navy blue-black fully formed nugs with green hairs, drenched in trichomes can almost be heard to say, "Smoke me now!" The buds are full but light weight offering a medium density. Animal Spase is lovely to behold.

Two Tokes Test

The smoke is surprisingly cool, with sweet earth tones in the exhalation. Whilst I can sense this flower's power at 25% THC, it isn't gagging. A subtle, relaxed euphoria bubbles up from within my core, exuding from every pore. This is a complete head, face and body high, taking about 20 minutes to reach fullness. As always, any cultivar at more than 22% THC should be handled with caution by noobs. Too much may zone you out, and heavy equipment operation is a No. Dose responsibly!

The Breakdown

On to the genetics. Animal Spase is Blue Zkittlez x Bacio (Gelato). However the progenitors are themselves born of many strains. Blue Zkittlez alone has eight different parents, including an unknown. Moving on to chemistry, and what you can expect from the Animal Spase experience.

Cannabinoids: (approx.)

  • THC - 25%
  • CBD - .75%
  • CBC - .50%
  • CBG - .60%
  • THCV - .75%

Terpenes: (approx.)

  • Pinene
  • Carene
  • Myrcene
  • Caryophyllene
  • Phellandrene
  • Ocimene

Final Hit

This is an upbeat, conversational smoke and the experienced will even find it focusing, in whisper doses. The chemovar makes for a rather full spectrum, helping with thinking, mood, aches and anti-inflamation. Rating: On the Ephrata 1-10 Scale, I give this a +9.5