Strain Integrity

According to Leafly, ” This cross of the popular Wedding Cake and Kush Mints comes from Liberty Health Sciences and Seed Junky Genetics. La Kush Cake is an indica-dominant strain that smells like vanilla and has an earthy peppermint taste. It’s an easy, smooth hitter, and effects take a while to come on. This is a beautiful flower, with green and purple buds covered in frosty trichomes. It’s great for relaxing and winding down at the end of the night without much else to do.

From Tantalus Labs, ” LA Kush Cake is a caked out hybrid strain bred from combining Kush Mints and Wedding Cake.

The Tantalus curation of LA Kush Cake was selected from a cake leaning phenotype during a larger than average seed hunt. It carries a classic OG taste of earthy gas and diesel, along with subtle sour notes. The flower is dense green with hints of purple, and true to its name, large nugs are caked up with frost.

Time Travelling with LA Kush Cake

LA Kush Cake by Tantalus Labs packaged on September 11, 2020, about 11 weeks before our purchase, cost $46.50 for 3.5 grams with 23.96% THC and a sweet subtle sour scent.  Our test amount was 0.26 grams.

The “high” starts slowly with euphoria and builds after inhalation.  There is a sense of acceleration into a fuzzy world as euphoria becomes more forceful.  Ten minutes into the session, body effects emerge to sedate and tranquilize turning us into Buddha like statues.  Euphoria with serenity and tranquility sprinkle with joyfulness greeted us at the twenty minute mark.  Off course, there is  strong time dilation with 23.96% THC.

While we mention “time dilation” in every review, the phenomena of time dilation is actually a bona fide “mind blowing” physical reality.  Time is not discrete but actually elongates depending on our “physical body” speed.   “Jet lag” is a phenomena we experience when we hurl our bodies great distances at great speed.  We get discombobulated.  And, intense gravity also slows time.  So, what we experienced with THC and time dilation may not be so crazy after all.  Has THC heighten our sense to a supernatural level so we can detect the passage of time?  Just saying ….

Half an hour at maximum intensity and effect, we were fully absorbed into a euphorically blissful joyful and creative world.  The first hour flew by very quickly.  The second hour brought on increasing sedative effects as the intensity subside.

Activity pairing is best for the evening time slots preferably the “Last Call.”  We felt the intensity is strong but understated because of enjoyable effects.  LA Kush Cake by Tantalus Labs is a great strain to destress and rejuvenate.


LA Kush Cake by Tantalus Labs

LA Kush Cake by Tantalus Labs is a full meal deal leaving us satisfied at the end.  The only caveat is the cost.  Tantalus Labs actually price their products based on quality.  Tantalus Labs more expensive strains are typically very impactful and satisfying.  LA Kush Cake delivers what we would expect from a good Indica.  We do recommend trying LA Kush Cake by Tantalus Labs at least once.

THC:  23.96%

Quality:  8.2

Intensity:  8.1

Duration:  8.1

Total:  8.13

Cost:  $46.95 for 3.5 grams

Would we buy this again?  Maybe.  While we really enjoyed LA Kush Cake by Tantalus Labs, we prefer Tantalus Labs’ Pacific OG or Sky Pilot.  LA Kush Cake is more of a treat than a staple.  RC Royal Goddess or Northern Berry UP20 are cheaper comparable options.  But, this is worth trying if you have not tried LA Kush Cake by Tantalus Labs.

On an investment note, Hexo is in the news again with a change in their reverse split ratio.  Instead of 8 to 1, the new ratio is 4 old Hexo shares for 1 new Hexo share.  While it really doesn’t matter in the long run, the short term share price will be under strong downward volatility.   And, Sundial announced a $200 million financing along with TGOD announcing the departure of their CEO and a “Bought” deal.  We are proud of “Bought” deals as it was created by our firm, Gordon Capital, a true legendary Canadian investment banking powerhouse from the 1980s.