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Bug & XtaSeay’s Medical Marijuana Review: Sinderella by Grassroots

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By: burgundy bug & Xavier

Sinderella cannabis flower

Source: Sinderella by Grassroots | Penelope Peru Photography P3

Earthy, piney, and dense. Sinderlla is Grassroot‘s strain of medicinal marijuana that will give you a delicate high, reminiscent of a glass slipper.

A Bit of Context…

Grassroots is a medicinal marijuana company that grows and processes their products in Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, according to their website.

Grassroots are known for their premium cannabis strains including: Birthday Cake, Mob Boss, and Pootie Tang.

Sinderella Review

Sinderella cannabis flower

Source: Sinderella by Grassroots | Penelope Peru Photography P³

Sinderella is an energetic hybrid that will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed while effectively easing any pain you might be experiencing.

“This is definitely more of a daytime strain,” said XtaSeay, my partner and fellow medical marijuana patient. “I feel very relaxed, but I could see how this might feel more intense if you were to vaporize a lot of Sinderella at once.”

Sinderella Cannabinoids

  • 26-29% tetrahydrocannabinolic-acid (THC-A)
  • 0.939% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
  • 0.066% cannabigerol (CBG)
  • 0.063% cannabichromene (CBC)

Sinderella Terpenes

  • Limonene: 0.428%
  • B Carophyllene: 0.215%
  • B Myrcene: 0.202%
  • Humulene: 0.107%
  • B Pinene: 0.06%
  • Pinene: 0.041%
  • Bsabolol: 0.024%
  • Terpinolene: 0.004%

“I feel very uplifted, less nauseous, and calm,” XtaSeay said about 30-minutes after vaporizing Sinderella.

I also experienced less nausea and a very light, airy sense of calm.

I felt as though I had just taken in a breath of fresh air on a crisp summer’s day. It allowed me to take a step back from the daily cycle of my brain’s inner hamster wheel and just relax…

To the point of dozing off – but that’s not unusual for me. Even sativa and sativa-dominant hybrid strains of medicinal marijuana have a tendency of knocking me out.

Our Sinderella flower was a soft, army green with orange highlights and a bit brittle in nature, despite its density.

“I really enjoy the effects of Sinderella,” XtaSeay said. “But it loses a few points from me based on the appearance of the bud itself.”

Bug & XtaSeay’s Rating:


4.3 out of 5 Fairy Godmothers

Sinderella made me feel calm, light and airy. I felt unencumbered by my chronic pain, giggly, and experienced a reduced sense of nausea.

However, I couldn’t focus or keep my eyes open within minutes of my first few inhalations.

While I’m used to cannabis lulling me into a deep sleep, I did not expect (nor was I prepared) to sleep for 6 hours amidst a Wednesday afternoon.


3.5 out of 5 Fairy Godmothers

“Sinderella is very nice, perfect for morning or afternoon use,” XtaSeay said. “I’d recommend it for pain relief, reducing nausea, or as a mood enhancer.”

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