This 50/50 balanced strain comes from Mendo Breath and Meatloaf and gets a unique visual style from them. Its trichomes are more prominent than most any strain we know – they pop out in streaks of white and purple on every leaf, every square inch of space. The buds build a weird structure in the deep colors, punctuated by orange pistils. They’re long, mint-colored, and almost hidden under the chunky crystals. It’s a weird looking plant, made more captivating by whiffs of vanilla, floral notes, and the smell of sweet earth.
Meat Breath brings a full body high, giving a definite boost to mood, a sensation of do-nothing goodness that’ll leave you floored and lifted at the same time. It’s an addicting flavor if you can get used to it, sort of an aggressive combo between diesel fuel, earth, and spicy meat. If you’re into it, the 29% THC max will send you places with a heavy vengeance for all the stress you’ve been accumulating.
With a lifted mind, you’ll settle into a state of relaxation where you won’t want to do the work you’ve been putting off. Those who suffer from depression, fatigue, pain, stress, nausea, and a loss of appetite can find a ready-made boost with Meat Breath. Be sure to keep your snacks close by – when you’re tingling, unproductive, pain-free, and melted into your couch with the welcoming stink of Meat Breath, you’ll be very snacky but absolutely morally opposed to getting up and doing something about it.
This high lasts for hours. Those who need respite from chronic pain and don’t mind the potent stank of diesel fuel, earth, and chemically-cured meat flesh, the aptly named Meat Breath could be a welcome companion for hours on end. The flavor isn’t balanced – it’s wildly potent – but the effects definitely are. If you need to stop stressing or start eating and you’re not opposed to a new flavor, Meat Breath could be your new definition of delicious.