Mango Sherbet Pax Era Pod
- 71.2% THC
- Sweet, Mango
Oregrown's Mango Sherbet Pax Era Pod is reminiscent of a fruit-flavored wine with its sweet vapor and slightly sour notes. The resulting high is typically calm, relaxed, and happy. It's a comfortable and casual mood boost, so lay back on the couch and unwind.
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The effect profile of Oregrown Mango Sherbet Pax Era Pod is based on 3 user reviews.
There's A Champagne Supernova In This Vape
Review by Brianna Wheeler
Oct 18, 2018 · 4 min read
Vapes have come a long way from vapor boxes, my friends.
My first experience with a
As I sit here a decade and a half later, holding a PAX Era vaporizer (in the palm of my fucking hand!) I am beside myself with nostalgia. And that is 100% due to Oregrown's Mango
“The onset arrived with a luxurious effervescence (think San Pellegrino in an engraved champagne flute).”
Oregrown's Mango Sherbet has a pleasantly tart, fruit flavor with no discernible notes of cannabis
On one Sunday, it was the perfect foil for a lazy champagne brunch, with the necessary balance of pep and serenity to make every boozy anecdote charming and light. On a typical midweek morning, it was a zippy burst of a energy that supported at least a few hours of housework while the rhapsodic head high kept the chores from feeling like drudgery. On another day, a few tokes from a little home-rolled joint while still feeling the effects of the Mango Sherbet resulted in the most comfortable shower I've had in months. I was in that shower for what felt like a whole vacation, and the two highs meshed together with exceeding comfort. This was strain specificity at its best, bubbly and robust like a trademark sativa with the hallmark honeyed head high of the Mango Sherbet strain. This is a high well suited for socialization, domestic isolation, and champagne intoxication.
Oregrown's Sauce extracts are produced exclusively for Pax Era vaporizers (which, by the way, are fantastic little pocket utensils). Their extraction process “creates the most immaculate concentrates possible,” offering “highly desirable and sought after true, original terpenes, aromatics, and flavor profiles that we all know and love.” But I contend that the syrupy tang of this oil tastes a bit more manufactured, and the grassy herbal notes necessary to balance out the sweetness are imperceptible.
“Rest assured you’ll have the most flavorful and comfortable experience if you sip it slow and low.”
For Pax Era users interested in classic sativa highs, this Mango Sherbet Sauce delivers; the dreamy head high is literally a sweet bonus. And while Oregrown has created an overall comfortable experience with their Mango Sherbet variety, natural breaths are key here. When sharing this pod, I had to channel that lovely docent from the Museum of Marijuana 15 years ago and inform my pals not to hit it like a blunt or bong hit. “Sip it like hot tea” or “just take one natural breath, homie.” Anything more powerful than a gentle inhale resulted in the telltale “hey, I'm smoking weed over here!” coughing fit, which is in direct conflict with the discreet design of the Pax Era vaporizer—not to mention the immaculate extraction process of Oregrown’s concentrates. Rest assured you’ll have the most flavorful and comfortable experience if you sip it slow and low.
On that note, I wonder what new contraption visitors to the Museum of Marijuana are sampling these days and if I’ll be holding a palm-sized version of it in another 15 years.