Allbud posted this review of an “incredibly rare” Marijuana strain. An ironic description given the recent arrest of Tiger Woods. The 14-time Major Champion who was pulled over for suspected drunk driving Sunday.
Tiger Woods released a statement yesterday that claimed his hazy demeanour was the result of prescribed medication. He said he did not realise the mix of medications “had affected me so strongly.”
In his statement, the golfer apologised to family, friends and fans. “I will do everything in my power to ensure this never happens again,” he added.
Tiger was unfortunate with his timing as golf fans everywhere sat around enjoying the social media circus as unfolded during the holiday weekend. Golf fans everywhere enjoyed the feeding frenzy.
— Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) May 29, 2017
Tiger Woods Mary Jane
“Tiger Woods is an incredibly rare hybrid strain with unknown genetics that is said to have slight sativa dominance,” according to the cannabis connoisseur who reviewed this cross-strain.
This “dank bud” boasts THC level ranging from 10-15% on average.
“Users of the Tiger Woods strain describe the high as one that has an onset of an incredibly calming and uplifting head high that leaves you happy and relaxed.”
Apparently this body buzz slowly fades into an intense case of the munchies with no sedation or couch-lock. The review goes onto state that Tiger Woods is an ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as chronic stress and anxiety or chronic pain due to injury or illness. Chronic stress, check. Golf induced anxiety, check. Injury–like recovering from a second microdisectomy surgery–check.
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With Tiger Woods’ current situation categorised in the sedentary section, he has plenty of time to try his product. He loves nothing more than playing Call of Duty on the couch, a lifestyle that facilitates the consumption of some sweet Sativa.
“Tiger Woods buds have loose fluffy popcorn-shaped nugs that are light minty green with patches of bright neon green and dark olive green leaves. These nugs are covered with thin amber hairs and a fine layer of trichomes and resin.”