Check out Flurry from WAM, at 12550 W Thunderbird Rd. Ste. 114B, El Mirage, AZ 85335.
This morning’s review is a follow-up to when we tried out some Flurry with a Kief Cookie. The kief cookie overtook the Flurry, so we just smoked the cookie after the first bong hit. It was time to try out some straight Flurry, which came from WAM in El Mirage.
The Flurry flower had a sweet, piney, sour smell to it. These terps were definitely in the berry and citrus range. It was mostly a dark, olive green with sparse orange hairs. The buds felt springy, tight and on the heavier side.
We ground some Flurry in our Phoenician Engineering grinder again, and put it in a clean Zong Bong. It ground up to a fine, smooth powder with tons of kief. I didn’t take my 800 mg Advil this morning, so I was hoping it would help with my aches and pains.
It tasted a little like diesel and pretty sour. I was already feeling the effects of the Flurry after a few minutes, and the first bong hit, but I had to take a few more to really test it out. After I did, I was feeling zoned out, contemplative, comfortably numb and alert. I was thinking hybrid, so I looked it up.
There wasn’t a plethora of information out there about this flower. According to Cannafo.com, “Flurry is a hybrid strain. This strain’s genetics include: Flo and Suge Pure Kush. It originates from: Afghanistan, Mexico and Thailand. It may taste fruity, spicy, earthy, sour, piney. When smoked, this strain can make you feel euphoria, creativity, calm, numbness, appetite gain, and pain relief. Negative side effects can include: slight anxiety and slight dry mouth.”
I didn’t have any negative side effects from Flurry, I agreed with Cannafo for the most part, and I was pretty impressed with its potency. Check out Flurry from WAM, at 12550 W Thunderbird Rd. Ste. 114B, El Mirage, AZ 85335. They’re open every day from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.