Apple Fritter by Delta 9 packaged on September 23, 2020, about 4 weeks before our purchase, came with 21.46% THC and a floral citrusy scent. Our test amount was 0.26 grams.
The “high” starts after inhalation rapidly accelerating with a heady take off. There’s a real buzziness euphoria bristling with a lifting energy. Ten minutes after inhalation, our senses extended with creativity vibrating at a “high” frequency. The “high” is an intense light buzzy euphoria where our thoughts shimmers instead of a clear mental focus. Other sativa expressions delivered were happiness and optimism.
Half an hour, we were in a busy happy and creative mental state of being. At the hour mark, we were still “high” and the decline were barely noticeable. Ninety minutes into the session, the “high” decline is now precipitous as we glide in for a smooth landing.
The 21.46% THC contributed to an intense “high” effect. What was missing were more define cannabis expressions that could have stood out. Instead, what we got was a very balance effect with all the cannabis expression wrapped into one “high.” There were elements of creativity, happiness and optimism but none of them really stood out. Is this a balance “high?”
Activity pairing is best for social engagements chilling under a sativa umbrella. Apple Fritter is a sativa with an indica flavour, which is not ideal for productivity.