Packaged on June 30, 2020, MKLTR aka MK Ultra by Re-Up (Zenabis), cost $67.95 for 15 grams with 13% THC. There’s a faint scent of something floral and the flowers were big nuggets. But, we are getting some really bad vibes with the 13% THC … one of the shortfall of buying online and not knowing the THC level until it is too late. Than again, there’s TGOD’s Chocolope 12.64% THC, which was a knockout crazy good “high” but it cost $39.45 for 3.5 grams.
The “high” starts like a Sativa with rising energy, euphoric lightness of mind and body and cerebral stimulation. The inhalation session took ten minutes because of the higher dosing at 0.35 grams instead of 0.26 grams. For a 13% THC, we are feeling a light MK Ultra vibe, which is a clear euphoric cerebral energy. There is a little bit of body relaxation.
Hrm … this is a low level intensity “high.” Half an hour into the session, we are feeling more body sedation. Yeah, we are getting what we paid for. We did not pay much and we did not get much. Saying the “high” last an hour and a half would be a stretch. For $20 more, Good Supply’s Monkey Glue is available for $86.25 for 15 grams, which is a “Ripper” strain that is at least 2X stronger. If that few dollars is mission impossible, OK, you will get a “Buzz” with MKLTR.
Activity pairing is best for getting some dull and boring chores done. While this strain is not delivering what we need, for beginners this might be a strain that is cheap and maybe strong enough to be enjoyed.