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Peanut Butter Breath

Loaded with THC, the cannabis strain called Peanut Butter Breath is prized by users for its intensely relaxing euphoric lift. This strain’s smooth, floral smoke produces a dreamy and exhilarating high. Gamers may enjoy this sensation as much as medicinal users who utilize this potent herb to treat pain, nausea, depression and stress, including PTSD. With an even balance of indica and sativa traits, this varietal induces a spacey and relaxed head and body buzz. Tending more toward indica’s infamous “couch-lock” syndrome, users may want to wait until the end of the day before indulging in this powerfully sedating herb.

Peanut Butter Breath Overview

As smooth and delicious as it may sound to some readers, the Peanut Butter Breath strain tastes nothing like its namesake. While this aromatic strain could be described as “nutty”, its dried buds have a notably more “woodsy”, herbal and earthy smell and flavor. Somewhat deceivingly, perhaps the only reason that this strain came by its name was its looks. The herb’s dense buds are olive green, but its ample dried pistils give it a brownish color, not unlike the look of peanut butter. Some phenotypes reveal purple tones, giving the bud an appearance more like a deconstructed peanut butter and jam sandwich. 

Peanut Butter Breath weed was created by Thug Pug Genetics, who crossed Do-Si-Dos with Mendo Breath (F2). This strain’s earthy, herbal flavor has citrus and lavender notes with a minty finish. Users should be aware of this herb’s strong and lasting high, due to its hefty THC content, typically above 20%, reaching as high as 28%. However, experienced users may enjoy Peanut Butter Breath’s cerebral lift and accompanying energizing body stone. Remember to start slowly when trying new strains. 

Peanut Butter Breath strain icon

Peanut Butter Breath bud imageHybrid 

THC > 20% 

CBD < 1%

Parent Strains: Do-Si-Dos x

Mendo Breath (F2)

Watch: Peanut Butter Breath Review

Cool Facts &  Popular Culture

Toronto’s Karma Cup awarded the Peanut Butter Breath strain “Best Indica” in 2019.

Peanut Butter Breath was awarded third place in the “mixed-light” (greenhouse) category at The Emerald Cup in 2018.

“Exotic Peanut Butter Breath it got me chokin’.” – Rizzoo Rizzoo dropped the hip hop single “Peanut Butter Breath” on 4/20/2020.

Breeders at Clout King named their version of this strain “Peanut Butter Cup”. 

Peanut Butter Breath Effects

Due to the presence of the terpenes limonene and linalool, this evenly balanced hybrid offers a mood boost that enhances relaxation. Muscle tension melts away and anxious thoughts that might otherwise prevent sleep dissipate, making this a good evening herb. Some patients use this high THC strain to quell nightmares, a common trait in many who suffer from PTSD. Peanut Butter Breath’s dominant terpenes beta-caryophyllene and humulene are anti-inflammatory, possibly making this strain an effective pain reliever. In addition to being studied as a potential treatment for cancer, humulene is anti-emetic for those who suffer from nausea and is notorious for inducing the munchies for those who need appetite stimulation. 

Growing Peanut Butter Breath

The Peanut Butter Breath seeds thrive in a warm and dry climate. Due to this herb’s low mold tolerance, it is perhaps best grown indoors, where humidity can be strictly controlled. Due to the sativa traits resulting from this hybrid’s lineage, growers can expect towering plants, reaching from six to eight feet tall. This lanky cultivar produces long, dense buds. Oval-shaped and light green in color, buds are mature when they are thick with this strain’s signature dried brown pistils.

“…Do-Si-Dos’ OG Kush Breath heritage incorporates various sativas, a fact that reveals itself when the Archive classic is bred with Mendo Breath — another branch off the OG Kush Breath tree, with Purps and Trainwreck lingering in its father's Mendo Montage DNA. When these half-siblings are joined as Peanut Butter Breath, the strain's various sativa relatives resurface, resulting in upbeat headnotes, while maintaining that 'bone-massaging body high’ I noted of Do-Si-Dos.“

Matt Stangel, The Potlander

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