In The Pines Live Resin PAX Era Pod



Product Details

86% THC
Pine, Earthy

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Expert Review

In The Pines And Out Of This World

Review by Luca Belloiu

Mar 22, 2022 · 4 min read

This Bloom Farms live resin PAX Pod will illuminate your mind and energize your body.

IN REVIEW: In the Pines is a euphoric wonder that surprisingly gives off a pleasing tropical flavor despite its name. It’s a sativa live resin that’s at once uplifting and relaxing, is housed in a PAX Era, and boasts 86% THC and a terpene-heavy experience thanks to its crossed lineage of Pineapple Thai, Master Kush, and Pineapple. And with Bloom Farms commitment to providing the cannabis community with approachable yet premium products, its as cost effective as it is top-notch.

Bloom Farms “In the Pines” live resin vape pod closely mirrors a flower high while with its 86%THC and robust terpene profile. Being that this pod works with the PAX Era vape pen, it makes for a stealthy choice to bring along on any extended trip, which is just what I did while visiting Transylvania in the dead of winter. The subtle notes of pine complimented the surroundings brilliantly. It became a morning ritual for me to take a hike with my parent’s dog in the surrounding pine forests and vape away my earthly problems. “In the Pines” is a sativa that is both energizing and invigorating. This is an optimal choice for extroverts, outdoor types, and seekers of all stripes.

Trudging through the snow in the rolling hills of Brasov, Romania and inhaling the pineapple and herb flavored goodness of this live resin pod while not a soul was in sight became a blissful, if not religious, experience. On one occasion I plopped myself down on an isolated snow-covered embankment and gazed between frosted branches out over the plains of a peasant village. (The sort that still rely on horse buggies.)