It is sold at Herbal Smoke.
Two of the most respected people on ganjatalk were not very impressed, insisting that other products were better for mixing than sweetbush.
|“||seems like everyone says that sweetbush is a good mixer for spice, but i know of a lot of cheaper blends that probably work just as well.||”|
|“|| I can do a review of sweet bush if you want, it's not too impressive imo however. Chill is very similar in many respects, even taste and smell-wise, though it's ground up a lot finer. I think SB may have the edge on Chill, but that doesn't mean a whole lot!
Lots of people use SB as a mixer for Spice, but I really don't like to smoke SB much (tastes rank), so I don't do that. I prefer to mix my Spice with some nice herb and some shredded kanna - 3 or 4 hits with [Spice] Gold does the trick, though I'm presently trying to lay off the nice herb.
However, some people GREATLY enjoy it's effects.
|“||well i just got my latest order in the mail a few minutes ago. i got 7g of sweet bush and a new glass pipe! i love it. i smoked a nice fat bowl of sweet bush in my new pipe and so far its feeling pretty good i will do a more in depth review later today. ill just say this though, i was pleasantly surprised when i open the bag of sweet bush. i am high on both this and spice while i write this if it makes no sense thats why haha||”|
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