THE LONG WAY HOME (my toke…)
Bruce Banner is an interesting flower. For one thing it does tend to calm nerves. And even when combatting minor aches and pains, as well as nausea, it seems that it can elevate mood enough to distract the mind the very least.
The interesting part of this is that Bruce Banner is a strain that can be modulated to suit your needs. I say this because in micro doses it can compete as a morning-daytime choice; it will definitely imbue some creative stimulation and augmented focus.
However, it doesn’t take much beyond a micro dosage to make Bruce Banner turn into a sleepy Hulk. There is a tipping point, that unless experienced in hanging out with Bruce Banner, one could easily misjudge and end up in a zombied state of sorts; some loss of balance, but more a lack of energy and inspiration to do anything about it.
That being said it is somewhat important to know who, or what you are dealing with; nimble-minded- frenetically-charged and hyper-aware Bruce Banner, or the lumbering staggered Stoney daze of the Hulk.
I would say depending on tolerance, you’re more likely to end up with the Hulk at least with 1937’s Bruce Banner as it seems to be carrying a heavy load of Myrcene; enough, in fact, to make Bruce Banner some of the most sedative medicine I’ve ever had. Like a thief in the night, one toke over the line and without warning, Bruce Banner’s cerebrally invigorated head-high drops off and its Myrcene Bomb disperses; releasing a wave of crushing sedation.
So, all in all, 1937’s Bruce Banner is best used as a late evening – nighttime medicine because of the level of sedation it has onboard. However that’s not to say it can’t be applied to other situations, but if you are trying to awaken your mind and keep it an active pace, micro dosing with Bruce Banner is the way to go.
Along with my preconceived notions of Bruce Banner’s efficacy lowering raised hackles,
I also expected it to be much more green. If you notice, it has a distinctly brownish appearance. I would have to see another batch of 1937’s Banner to compare, but it definitely seems as if they let this batch cure almost too long, as it’s trichome content also reflects a more amber hue, indicating their narcotic effect.
Aside from the massive Myrcene content, the level of Terpenolene is also quite high, which to me means even more of a spacey feeling. This Terpenolene-Myrcene combo is fairly hard hitting and builds a case for 1937’s Bruce Banner to be relegated to before bed.
I’m looking forward to trying this again to compare.
All in all, it Bruce Banner can offer some increase in attention in small doses, an elevated talkative mood in medium doses, and fully sedate with higher doses.