- 26.45% THC
- Citrus, Clove
At the end of a long day when we want to relax, we turn to indica. Pink Moon has a mild sedative effect that makes for relaxing conversation with friends and family and let’s you shake off the day and glide into a pleasant night's sleep.
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Houseplant’s Weed Is Worth The Hype
Review by Kelly Graham
Jun 04, 2021 · 5 min read
Houseplant’s Pink Moon and Diablo Wind are the strains you should be smoking right now.
IN REVIEW: Celebrities collaborate with cultivators to drop weed all the time, but not weed like this. Co-signed by the hilarious Seth Rogen and his creative partner, Evan Goldberg, Houseplant hits all the right marks. Their Pink Moon and Diablo Wind
I’ve always wondered what Seth Rogen’s endearingly high ass is smoking—and now that I’ve experienced it, I want more. Curated by the funny man himself, both Houseplant’s
I, myself, am a big sativa fan, so I was especially excited to try their
“ I had an unshakable feeling that life was good.”
I cracked open the unique metal packaging, and was instantly smacked in the face with a spicy, diesel-forward aroma. It smelled so amazing that I had to pause and stuff my face in it to take another big whiff. I was again punched in the nose with funky gas notes, but I also noticed a whisper of chamomile as the scent slithered up my nostrils.
Buzzing like an 18-year-old getting high for the first time, I eagerly rolled up a joint of the sparkling buds. As I sparked it up and took my first draw, there was a pleasantly spicy taste with a hoppy finish. While it was a mild flavor, it was smooth and approachable, making it an easy smoke.
I finished the
When the clock struck six, I shut my laptop and sighed one of those good, let-it-all-out sighs, and fully let my high sink in. I felt euphoric, giggly, and in the mood for fun. So what did I choose to do? Why, start cooking and cleaning, of course.
I put on a good record, turned it up obnoxiously loud, and got busy in the kitchen. It wasn’t long until I broke out into a spontaneous solo dance party, letting my happiness guide me. I bounced from the dishwasher to the cutting board, prepping a meal for the ages with a focused creativity that only a good sativa can provide.
Even as I started to wind down with my meal steaming in front of me, there was a lingering warm and fuzzy feeling that lasted throughout the night. It was the perfect way to bring some sunshine into my evening.
So on the next lazy, gray Saturday afternoon, it only made sense to try Houseplant’s indica flower, Pink Moon. I was in the mood to feel extra chill, so their cross between Tangie and Kosher Kush seemed appropriate.
As I ground up the
While the citrus notes were still present, the taste of lavender took center stage with clove and cinnamon taking on supporting roles. I continued to toke away, as the smooth smoke danced around my apartment, smelling so good that my boyfriend came in from the next room and said, “That smells amazing.”
“I sunk deeper into the couch, and my mind traveled further and further into my own personal island of relaxation.”
I begrudgingly let him take a few hits because sharing is caring after all. He seemed to enjoy it just as much as I was. When I put the joint out, I snuggled onto the couch with a good book—the way you should always spend a gray day outside.
As my high kicked in, I sunk deeper into the couch, and my mind traveled further and further into my own personal island of relaxation. My muscles felt like they’d melted off my body as I lazily turned from one page to the next, my mind feeling uplifted yet zen.
I eventually slipped into the most pleasant nap, not because the weed made me drowsy, but because it just felt like the right thing to do. I woke up, right at 4:20 mind you, feeling fresh as a daisy rather than groggy and lethargic. Most indica-leaning strains leave me feeling sapped of energy, but this one seemed to have a unique sprightly kick.
In fact, both Houseplant’s Pink Moon and Diablo Wind strains have that rare mixture of spot-on potency, balanced effects, tasty tokes, and alluring aroma. I’m still thinking about both of them and wishing I had more. Whether you’re looking for an uplifting sativa with the focus to still get things done or an ultra-relaxing indica with spirit, Houseplant delivers. As a brand made by stoners for stoners, it comes as no surprise that this weed hit all the marks.