Mochi, sometimes known as Mochi Gelato, is a tasty strain developed by San Francisco-based growers Sherbinskis. Named after the soy-based Japanese dessert, Mochi is a combination of staple hybrid Girl Scout Cookies and fruity Sunset Sherbet. It carries a sweet, herbal aroma and an even balance of mental and physical effects. This strain’s THC content has been measured at between 21% and a whopping 29%.
Mochi establishes its bag appeal immediately with large, colorful flowers. These jumbo buds cling together in a pronounced conical formation. They also have a dense internal structure, with a solid core made up of tightly coiled leaves. These leaves are a stunning mix of mossy green and deep purple, the latter of which comes courtesy of high concentrations of the pigment anthocyanin in this strain’s genetics. Finally, a profusion of curly orange pistils makes these already colorful buds even more eye-catching.
When properly cured, Mochi’s flowers give off a subtle floral aroma, similar to that of potpourri, and a closer whiff detects the sweet scent of vanilla. When broken apart or ground up, it gives off the earthy, toasted odor that’s so characteristic of parent strain Girl Scout Cookies. Combusting in a pipe or a joint results in a smooth, subtly-flavored smoke that’s easy to inhale. On the exhale, this smoke tastes vaguely of vanilla and mint.
The high from Mochi comes on slowly, only hitting users about 10 to 15 minutes after ingestion. When it does arrive, users will feel a head-rush that may be accompanied by other facial sensations, increased pulse around the temples, or flushing in the cheeks. As these sensations dissolve, smokers may find that their thoughts have taken on an elevated quality, leading users to find a fascination with otherwise mundane concepts or objects.
All this cerebral activity may lead to productivity on detailed tasks, as well as on open-ended creative projects. In certain circumstances, Mochi may cause sensory distortions like mild visual or auditory hallucinations. Users who enjoy these trippy experiences can push them to the max with atmospheric enhancements like moody music or a visually engaging movie
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