Cosmicdawg AAA


THC 24%

AAA | Sativa

Cosmicdawg is a Sativa dominant hybrid strain. This flower’s genetics include Stardawg IX and Alien Dog (Ether). It originates from Afghanistan, and it tastes fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, and piney. When smoked, this potent strain can make you feel euphoria, creativity, calm, numbness, appetite gain, and pain relief.

FLAVOURS: Fruity, Spicy, Piney
EFFECTS: Calm, Happy, Creative, Hungry, Relaxed, Euphoric

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Effects & Benefits

It can be incredibly frustrating when it is vital to work productivity. Most of us have experienced first-hand what it is like when anxiety, depression, and stress cut before us, taking the lead of our day and spoiling our mood with cloudiness and fuzziness. It can be highly disheartening when a fun-filled adventure with companions doesn’t feel as fun anymore as our mood swings from a boosted and positive one into one that pulls us down.

Orange Push Pop can drive your energy and sensations of happiness way up, making way for a mood that leaps headfirst into fun, laughter, and an all-around great experience.

When you consume Orange Push Pop, your mind and mood will boost your body. Even though this weed doesn’t carry sedative effects that would leave you locked to your couch, it offers enough relief from pains and aches to stay active.

With the correct dosage, Orange Push Pop can help alleviate headaches, muscle cramps, and tension in the body, making a pleasant and comforting relaxation that might make you feel lighter and brighter.

If you are new to smoking weed, we recommend following the golden rule of cannabis: starting small and going slow until you discover the proper dosage that best suits your needs and corresponds to your tolerance level (which is not identical for everyone). Never base how much you smoke based on how much someone else does. When you do it well for yourself, you encounter the best effects.


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