Strain: Hybrid-Sativa Dominant
Producer: Old Pal
Contributor: Missy Matheny
B-Myrcene 3.9 mg/g
Limonene 1.5 mg/g
B-Caryophyllene 1.4 mg/g
Kosher Buffalo was created by crossing Kosher Kush and White Buffalo. This strain is known for THC levels that reach the upper teens, uniquely colored buds with a wide variety of color to the buds, its sweet and skunky aroma, and its combination of euphoric effects and pain relief.
Crispy long nugs, shaped like strawberries, with bright and an almost neon green flower, with dark green peaks, wrapped in fire red hairs, and all of it was buried under a thick layer of trichomes. The crystals were so thick, they almost covered the other colors of the nugs. My only complaint was the stems on some of the buds. I’m seeing more and more of this from the dispensaries in the Reno-Sparks area, and it’s disheartening.
Just opening the container, I was greeted with a strong smell of skunk. I got a little hint of sweet fruit, although I couldn’t tell what kind. I love strong smelling cannabis, and skunk is one of my favorite smells. This strain offered it up in abundance. I’ve always related the smell of skunk to cannabis, and I love it.
Kosher Buffalo was very harsh. Each hit burned worse than the last one. The skunky aroma was very present in the flavor, with the hint of fruit helping to negate some of the wicked harshness from this strain. Although it was hard to make out from the tickle in my throat, I could taste a little fruit in the aftertaste. It would have been wonderful if the harshness was less.
A took a few hits and waited. Then I took a few more. After about 20 minutes, I started to feel relaxed and ready to go to sleep. The problem was that Kosher Buffalo is supposed to be a sativa strain, and it hit me like an indica. Normally, I don’t complain too much about this, but I was yawning, and ready for bed after smoking this strain, and that’s not what I was going for, as I was looking for a daytime sativa.
Product price: $20 per 1/8th
Kosher Buffalo is a good strain for relief of body aches and pain, relief of muscle tension, and mild anxiety. This strain is very harsh, so keeping a drink on hand is advisable. I found this strain stimulated my appetite, helped with insomnia, and was a good end of the day strain.
I bought Kosher Buffalo because I wanted sativa, unfortunately, it hit me like an indica, and I was ready for bed within an hour of smoking this strain. The buds were very pretty, and the layer of trichomes made me drool a little. The harshness was serious with this strain, and every hit burned my throat. All the flavor was lost to the harshness, and only the aroma could hint at what the taste almost was.
175 East Greg Street, Sparks, Nevada 89431
Hours: Sunday-Saturday 8am-10pm
Silver State Relief is located off Greg street in Sparks Nevada, in the heart of the industrial district. They are one of the larger dispensaries in the Reno-Sparks, and although their location is not really in a residential neighborhood, they seem to always be busy, no matter what day or time I go in.
The back wall of the dispensary is dedicated to merchandise, with the customer lines set up around a center display of the products that they have available. Silver State has a large counter for their budtenders that wraps around almost ¾ of the store. I’ve never seen less than 5 terminals running, and they have over a dozen available, for the peak hours.
I don’t frequent Silver State Relief very often, because they specialize in concentrates, and I’m more into flower. However, I’ve somehow gotten the same budtender every time I’ve gone in. I don’t know how it works out like that, but it just seems to.
My budtender was awesome, as always. She knows her products well, and when I asked for recommendations, she gave answers based on her own experience, as well as what she’s been told by other customers and employees. Even though there was a good line when I checked into the dispensary, I was in and out with my purchase in under 15 minutes.