Dab Review: Lilac Diesel #3 Rosin by Leiffa Concentrates

Lilac Diesel #3 ((Super Lemon Haze x Forbidden Fruit) x (Cherry Pie x Citral Glue)) by @leiffaconcentrates @leiffa_grow @leiffa_life *this is a long review fair warning* ⚠️

Lineage/Genetics: (Super Lemon Haze x Forbidden Fruit) x (Cherry Pie x Citral Glue)

Original Breeder: Ethos Genetics

Processor: Leiffa Concentrates

Lilac Diesel #3 Rosin Review

Back to my last post talking about mashups of cultivars, Leiffa is another one who can perfect the integration of a family of them into one amazing product. The four crosses on this lilac diesel are four absolute powerhouses for flavor and potency. Rosin isn’t in my rotation much because I prefer live products (I’m not too sure why) and feel like I get more out of them medically unless we are talking about solventless edibles. Aside from that, Leiffa is my favorite producer of rosin. The price:quality ratio is always golden pretty much anywhere you go, with a clean grow and great genetics. First presses as pretty as theirs deserve to be recognized as some of the best cannabis in the entire world.

Textures of first presses vary like a spectrum. Whether it’s softer and budders faster or not is typically dependent on cannabinoid/terpene content, genetics, temperature of the press, etc. This was impressively stable, being left in the box at ~room temperature for 3 days with no change to texture besides becoming like taffy. At first this was like a snap and pull, get the tool in but pulling it out took some strength and lost a few pieces in the process of collecting the first dab 😖 by the last dab it was twisting and following the tool as I took it out.

Dominant terpenes in this are nearly impossible to determine based off of genetics and straight smell, which is reminiscent of sweet, floral almonds. It has a tinge to the nose, almost like terpinoline but not in a high amount. The slight citrus and flower smell hits first followed by that heavy nutty and creamy backend. All good first press kinda have a certain smell and taste, but at least it’s pleasant. If I were to use what I know, the most prevalent terpenes I would credit are limonene, linalool, ocimene (mint, orchids), and terpinoline. With most first presses the tastes are very similar to smell, and this was much heavier on the almonds.

I took my last 2 dabs of this to help my insomnia at about 4:30 this morning. It takes me a few minutes to clean my nail after dabbing so I was laying back down as they settled in at first, and it really kicked in about 5 minutes after. It started with the SLH tickling the top of my brain and basically handing my inner voice a giant Red Bull. I was ACTIVE in my mind there in the dark, it was like a playground of thoughts.

About 15 minutes in to it being settled I started to feel a low vibration in my body and it was like a switch to relax my mind too. It made it very easy to drift off into sleep, but you have to know how to control a racing mind when stoned to let the relaxation fully kick in, kinda like the focus required to meditate. This is a really prospective strain for relief.

#nomids #colorado #rosin #solventless #leiffa #lakewood #dab #710

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