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Fruit Loops Reviews - Page 2

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  • “Was really looking forward to this strain, as I'm a fan of it's parent strains (Blue Dream, Grapefruit, Blueberry, White Widow). My batch was a little harsh, but sweet on the exhale. I was, however, a little let down by this strain. Don't get me wrong, it provides a cerebral buzz with a mellow body high, but for me, it was just 'meh'.”

  • “if you love blue dream then you'll love this strain. I work in the marijuana Industry in Washington state and I received this as a sample in flower form from a company called Growing Like a Weed who list their phenotype as sativa (which doesnt make sense because it is Indica) but either way it reminded if a Indica version blue dream, I think would be if the Haze parent in blue dream didnt shine through as strong I fe...”

  • “I was in a shit mood all night, and first thing when I woke up. Domestic bullshit, you know? So I decide to smoke some Fruit Loop OG from Greenmed and now I’m a completely different person. My mood is elevated, my body feels like I’m made of play-dough and popsicle sticks and I can look at my boyfriend and not want to punch him in his stupid face. This strain is great (for me, and hopefully you) for stress release an...”

  • “Liked this strain, harsh on the throat for me though. Smelled good.”

  • “Tastes very sweet coming out and feels very smooth going in! Love this strain, the smell is amazing and the high is amazing, would definitely recommend!”

  • “Nice and chill high, it really smells like a box of fruit loops”

  • “tastes exactly like a bowl of fruit loops...literally a bowl of fruit loops”

  • “Good looking and tasting. Solid all around fix... may need a bit more than normal to feel the effects, then you realize it takes effect slower due to it's balance and now you are really baked. Very even balance of flowery goodness.”