Strain Integrity

From the OCS website, “ This handcrafted 50-50 hybrid strain is a cross of GMO Cookies x (Zktlz x OG Kush), with an aroma of onions, mushrooms and garlic and a flavour that is earthy and peppery.  ”

Note:  Pizza Breath is not on BOAZ’s website.  And, Pizza Breath smells like dank earthy piney Indica, not the garlic, mushroom and onions as suggested.

A meditative experience

Pizza Breath by BOAZ packaged on April 21, 2021, cost $55.95 for 3.5 grams with 26.39% THC 3.46% Terpenes and a strong earthy gassy piney scent.  Our test amount was 0.26 grams.

The “high” starts with a slight brain pressure and a growing blissful euphoric sedation immediately after inhalation.   Over the next 30 minutes, the “high” slowly unfolds with increasing tranquilizing euphoria and a slowing rhythm to Buddha land where a deep sense of peace and tranquility with a calm and quiet mind greeted us with a warm embrace.  Sanctuary.

Past the half hour mark, Pizza Breath’s “high” continues to strengthen in tranquilizing intensity with blissful dreaminess drifting through a timeless space.  Our goal is to be One with the Universe, the Buddha.  If you don’t meditate, you will be meditating with Pizza Breath.  Resistance is futile.

Activity pairing is best as the “Highlight” of the evening, the Main Event.  Pizza Breath can take your breath away with a Puff.


Pizza Breath by BOAZ

Pizza Breath by BOAZ is a strong calm meditative Indica “high.”  BOAZ is a Hebrew word now used to associate the Hebrew faith to Cannabis?  If this is true, than Pizza Breath is the strain to make it happen.  Pizza Breath delivers a transcendental meditative experience that can make us feel closer to Divinity.

THC:  26.39%

Total Terpenes:  3.48% (d-Limonene 0.90%, b-Myrcene 0.89%, b-Caryophyllene 0.51%, a-Cedrene 0.26%, Other 0.90%)

Quality:  8.8

Intensity:  8.4

Duration:  8.3

Total:  8.5

Cost:  $55.95 for 3.5 grams

Would we buy this again?  No.  We reviewed Pizza Breath because it was a strain we have never tried before.  While we enjoyed the “high,” the cost is too expensive for a repeat purchase.  Indiva’s ICC recent price drop is a good alternative option at $29.95 for 3.5 grams.

On an investment note, BOAZ, GTEC, Qwest and Simply Bare are LPs trying to define the top end of the legal cannabis market at $15 a gram, or higher.  This is a really tough sell in a market where prices are in free fall.  While there will always be a market for those special connoisseur moments, it remains to be seen if this is a sustainable business model.  Time will tell.