Berner’s Cookies Loma Prieta Weed 3.5G
Loma Prieta Cookies weed has an enigmatic lineage, with no definite origin pinpointed, but it is speculated that it is connected to Grandiflora’s Melonatta and Project 4516. Interestingly, the name of this strain is thought to have been inspired by the earthquake that caused a 6.9 magnitude tsunami in 1989.
On the nose, Loma Prieta exhibits faint notes of skunk and spice, accompanied by subtle hints of rubber ball. Its buds are densely structured with a striking fusion of deep greens and purples, forming geometric patterns. Although the flower is not dry, its texture feels somewhat detached from the earth, leaving an off-putting sensation. Also, Sticky Buns Berner Cookies and White Widow Big Chief Carts.
Loma Prieta Cookies strain Flavor
When ground up, the flower exhibits a darker hue and a stronger skunky aroma. However, personal preferences ultimately dictate the appeal of its flavor, and unfortunately, Loma Prieta’s taste did not appeal to my palate. Employing a hemp wick to ignite the bowl only reinforced its pungency, and stanky would be an apt description of its taste. Conversely, using a lighter proved advantageous as it facilitated a potent gas inhalation.
Although lab testing shows a THC content of 19.49%, the effects of the marijuana felt less potent to me. It may be considered weak by those accustomed to today’s standards of high-potency cannabis, rather than the barely potent strains of previous generations. Interestingly, I recall a friend who preferred strains with only 8% THC content, enabling her to smoke all night without getting too high. For those with a similar preference, this strain may be a strong choice.