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In addition, the taste is very earthy yet sweet and leaves you with a rather pleasant after taste. We’re looking forward to reading your reviews.
Shishkaberry buds have dense spade-shaped dark olive green nugs with minty green leaves and undertones. Last thing, don’t be surprised if you find yourself having to force your eyelids open if you smoke too much of this. It can be very strong. Shishkaberry aka the Kish Marijuana
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