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Strain of the Week: Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce by Cresco

By: burgundy bug & XtaSeay

Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce

Source: XtaSeay

Lime Sorbet’s namesake is no joke. This strain of live resin sauce by Cresco really does taste just like a blast of fresh, sweet limes.

Fellow medical marijuana patient XtaSeay and I review a different strain of cannabis purchased from dispensaries in Pennsylvania.
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A Bit of Context…

Cresco is a medical marijuana manufacturer that operates in 11 states with 15 production facilities and 51 retain licenses, according to their website.

The manufacturer and their partners specialize in a range of cannabis products, such as flower, concentrates, tinctures, patches – and in some states, edibles.

Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce

Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce Cannabinoids

  • 9.850% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
  • 61.040% tetrahydrocannabinolic-acid (THCa)

Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce Terpenes

  • B-Carophyllene: 0.427%
  • B-Myrcene: 1.758%
  • B-Pinene: 0.229%
  • A-Pinene: 0.227%
  • Limonene: 0.441%
  • Linalool: 0.126%
  • Humulene: 0.083%
  • Terpinolene: 2.270%

Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce Review

“Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce is my favorite concentrate that I’ve tried so far,” XtaSeay said. “The effects are very body heavy, but there’s still that slight head buzz. It’s not too strong, though. I don’t experience any paranoia while using it, so I’m able to really enjoy the pain relief.”

I’d have to second that. I also experienced a very nice sense of pain relief and limberness, while still having a slight cognitive buzz.

Initially, Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce made me feel a bit sleepy, but after a few more uses, the sleepiness waned into more of a general sense of being relaxed.

“I could nap after using the concentrate if I wanted to, but I can still go out and be active, too,” XtaSeay agreed.

As far as the cognitive buzz goes, I found it to be a blend of cloudy headedness, yet creativity.

I just wanted to get lost in my sketchbook.

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“This sauce tastes like a straight blend of lemon and lime,” XtaSeay said. “But I also feel and taste a bit of menthol as I exhale.”

Personally, I think this concentrate tastes just like Outshine’s lime popsicles. Heavenly refreshing.

Bug’s Two Cents

4.5 out of 5 lime popsicles

I really enjoy kickin’ with this delicious and delightful concentrate.

Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce offers a physically relaxing and mentally stimulating experience.

Where it truly shines is in it’s duality. Although Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce falls within Cresco’s ‘rest’ line of products, which are essentially indica strains, it’s mellow enough to serve for day or night time use.

The consistency is easy to work with, the effects are pleasurable, and the flavor is fantastic. I’d highly recommend this sauce to anyone with joint pain, inflammation, or gastrointestinal conditions, like Inflammatory Bowl Disease (IBS).

Lime Sorbet Live Resin sauce could also be great for pulling you out of a creative rut.

XtaSeay’s Two Cents

5 out of 5 lime popsicles

“Lime Sorbet Live Resin is amazing at providing gastrointestinal relief,” XtaSeay said. “It eliminated pain in my lower abdomen and helped with my appetite. I also love that I could use it any time of the day without it exhausting or over energizing me.”

XtaSeay added that he recommends this strain to patients who are struggling with chronic stomach pain, nausea, or decreased appetite.

Your Two Cents

Lime Sorbet Live Resin Sauce
5 out of 5 lime popsicles
4 out of 5 lime popsicles
3 out of 5 lime popsicles
2 out of 5 lime popsicles
1 out of 5 lime popsicles

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