The first thing you notice with any Sky Standard Gardens strain is the beautifully creepy strain artwork. Each strain’s graphic was created by Fresno California artist, TalkSick Mind (IG: @talksickmind). It features an adorable voodoo doll dressed in a Catholic school girl outfit. The flower itself doesn’t have any standout or defining characteristics in the looks department. The flowers just look big, glossy and beautiful. Sky Standard Gardens’ Catholic School Girl strain is one of their exclusive creations. It’s a creamy hybrid that is a fan favorite. Created in Bellingham from Bellingham smokers, Catholic School Girl is the offspring of Donnie Worwook and Blueberry Kush.
The aroma of this strain is where it starts to separate itself from others on the shelf. These flowers have a creamy earthy aroma that reminds me of chocolate. There are hints of berry aromas once you break open a flower, but that creamy chocolate-esque smell is what I really took away from this flowers aroma.
This strain tastes almost exactly like the smell, a creamy chocolate is noticeable on the inhale and the exhale reveals berry flavors. The high that follows is incredibly strong. This strain puts me on the couch anytime I smoke it, I recommend leaving this one for the experienced cannabis users.
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Adults 21 and over can purchase up to one ounce of usable cannabis flower, 16 ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, 72 ounces of cannabis drinkables, and 7 grams of cannabis concentrates.
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