The Cannagar | Sustainnabis
|Strain Type:||UNKNOWN SATIVA|
Completely unknown. I wish I knew. There is a possibility this is a ‘house blend purple punch’ but the packaging only had ‘House Punch”
I’ll ask the shop and if I get a definitive answer back I’ll update this section.
On the way out of the store today, I hear a ‘hey man’ just before the door closes behind me. I swing back around, head back in and was presented with my first ever Cannagar. Sweet. This thing was fat all around finely wrapped in some sort of palm leaf with a corncob filter. Hrmmmm I think to myself, I cant pass this up. If I remember right it was a leftover from a vendor day at the shop, it was a leftover from some event anyhow. Part of me feels badly I don’t have any more information on the strain, but I’m not sure these will ever be sold retail or not. The beauty came packaged nicely in a large tube with a couple extra nugs just in case the Cannagar alone was not enough. Lets see if we’ll need these.
At first light, I feel really cool. I’m doing my best Hannibal Smith impression loving when a plan comes together puffing away like Shug Knight counting money.
This thing draws like no other! Huge lungful after lungful; this is gonna take awhile.
This unknown Sativa has me ready for the day.
I’m still smoking this thing. Its a monster. The room is full of smoke. Remember that one Cheech and Chong movie when they open the car doors and clouds poured out? That’s my living room right now.
Nothing but inspired, happy, energetic fun time in my brain. Now that the Cannagar is a memory, I wish I had a stash of them for those special nights. My whole day was perfect, a good 5 hour Woodstock reunion in both my brain and stereo speakers.
Amazing. I wish I knew what strain this was; I’d grow it next year.
Yes. Smoking the full Cannagar is probably not necessary for most single humans, but its a hell of a fun time if you take the challenge. If you do, let me know. I’d love to hear from you.
Pretty cool product, done is a pretty cool way. I’m just sorry I wont see more of them.
THE HASHMAKER’S FINAL SCORE: 8.5/10
— THE HASHMAKER