The Argyle strain is known for its earthy, aromatic characteristics. The buds should have a deep green color and be covered in orange trichomes. When smoking this particular marijuana plant, it has more of a burnt stem taste rather than the smoothness of smoking a fresh flower, but there is a good reason for this.
It is a unique hybrid that has an equal ratio of THC to CBD.
This strain is not typically sought after for its intensely psychoactive effects, but that is not its intended purpose. The effects are typically very mild, with fleeting moments of euphoria that are never too overpowering. As the high wears off, it can leave you feeling relaxed and slow, so it is best to save this strain for later in the day.
Dry mouth and dizziness are common side effects when consumed in high doses.
Argyle can be beneficial for recreational users, but it is particularly well-suited for creating cannabis oils. Due to its high CBD content in comparison to most strains, Argyle extracts work exceptionally well as a buffer for medicinal oils that require a lower THC concentration.
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My Review of the Argyle Strain:
As I delicately took my first puff of the Argyle, a wave of relaxation washed over me, instantly grabbing my attention. The earthy notes danced across my palate, underscored by hints of sweet caramel. With each inhalation, the dense smoke unveiled a distinct spiciness, bordering on the verge of peppery, creating a delightful tingle on my taste buds. The smoke held a firm yet gentle texture, almost like a velvety texture, caressing my senses. As the fragrant clouds filled the air, I found myself captivated by the Argyle’s unique blend, which flawlessly balanced its robustness with a smooth, mellow finish. A truly remarkable smoking experience indeed.