When these half siblings are joined as Peanut Butter Breath, the strain’s various sativa relatives resurface, resulting in upbeat head notes, while maintaining that “bone-massaging body high” I noted of Do-Si-Dos.
Grown by Salem-based Left Coast Farms and available at various dispensaries around Portland, this example of Peanut Butter Breath tests at 26.0% THC. Expressing a beta caryophyllene-dominant terpene profile, it inherits the peppery nail polish notes of the Do-Si-Dos, with woody undertones that likely describe the strain’s significant humulene content.
On the back of the woody, fuel flavor, sensitive palates will note a citrus and lavender interplay due to the presence of terpenes limonene and linalool and together, these components linger in the mouth for a minty finish.
From a medical perspective, Peanut Butter Breath’s terpene profile makes it a prime candidate for use as an anti-inflammatory, thanks to high concentrations of beta caryophyllene and humulene. And for adult-use consumers, the strain offers an improved mood, mostly clear head, and notable bodily relaxation.