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Charlie Sheen Strain Review

Charlie Sheen Marijuana Strain

A typical Saturday morning! I am thinking of excuses to not have a great time. Worried about an upcoming trip to the Bluffs in Bakersfield, California!! The Bluffs is a super tiny hiking area with beautiful desert and country views with the Kern river as backdrop. Now, being in Colorado, I realize how much of a wimp I was being, my fear of heights can definitely be a drag . In a desperate search for courage, and wanting to enjoy a wonderful day, I visited Green Cross dispensary and there I was recommended a strand named "Charlie Sheen."

Charlie Sheen Strain

Effects from Smoking Charlie Sheen Strain Cannabis

Smoking the beautifully tasting strand of "Charlie" gave me a feeling of tranquility and once I started feeling that peace , I opened up to doing a little hike in the trail. I found the flavor of the strain to be a bit lemony and grassy with no bad aftertaste but kind of rough going in. This was a top shelf brand priced at circa 15 dollars a gram and after smoking it I believe it should have been priced higher than that. I was able to - for a few hours-conquer my fear of heights and all the other things that go with it. Usually this is a social situation that I don't enjoy and I hate the pressure it brings but I was able to put my thoughts together, focus on a goal and was able to explain to my friends without being shy, about my issue with heights. I was able to have a wonderful evening hike and of course not without effects like being more talkative, way more active and virtually no pain which I usually feel when hiking for a while.

Conclusion

This weed strain forever eludes me as I have tried and tried to find gain without avail. I am very happy to have been able to find it in the first place. If I had a 1 to ten to choose from "Charlie Sheen", a smokey , lemony sativa-indica hybrid would get a very sweet 15. 

Note: Guest post was authored by Rose Amaroux

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