I ordered from a brand new Albuquerque marijuana dispensary.
The place had a great sale and special on all of the live resin and cannabis concentrate products.
I purchased 8 grams of cannabis concentrate from the store. I also bought a half ounce of dried marijuana flower. When I got home from the Albuquerque marijuana shop, I got out my dab rig and opened the brand new cannabis concentrate. I decided to go with a sativa strain called granddaddy dream. The box was marked sativa, so I never checked the information online to make sure that it was actually a sativa. If I would have checked online, I would have seen this specific strain and its ingredients. I would have found that granddaddy dream is a mix of Blue Dream and Granddaddy Purple. Granddaddy Purple is definitely an indica. The granddaddy Dream strain was marked as a sativa, but it definitely didn’t hit me like a sativa. It hit me like an Indica. After a couple of hits from the dab rig, I was ready for a break and a nap. The flavor of the live resin concentrate was exceptional and so was the price. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like this particular place knows how to label their friends properly. I contacted the Albuquerque dispensary to ask more questions about the granddaddy Dream strain. The woman on the phone advised me that this particular strain was an Indica dominant hybrid. Of course I already knew that, because I looked it up online. That didn’t change the fact that it was marked incorrectly by the dispensary.