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I tried 2 strains from Sacred Garden. In addition to being overpriced, it was also very low quality.
Sacred Garden's bud comes in small, one-gram-sized plastic bags, or "prepackaged," as it says on the labels. I asked some questions about popularity of strains and those used by chronic pain patients, and the young gentleman made some suggestions. I took home samples of Island Sweet Skunk, Shoreline, Chedderwurst, and Hash Plant. Unfortunately, none of the strains I tried were strong enough for intractable pain.
The Island Sweet Skunk was the best of the four, with low-to-medium resin, an average amount of sticks/stems, and no seeds. It was similar to (the memory of) High Desert's Island Sweet Skunk strain, with almost the same THC strength, but less terpenes and resin.
To review the Sacred Garden in New Mexico. My visit there was over a year ago, but I was fortunate enough to meet Larry Love, who directed me to their Sour Diesel, which I still consider as good as or better than ANY MMJ I've purchased in about a dozen dispensaries in two states. The bud density was such that large one would make a muffled "thud" if dropped from several inches off a table top. Impressive medium sized nuggets of light green calyxes and light red-brown hairs. The trichomes had trichomes growing out of them.
The smell was another telltale sign that this was special stuff. I have never smelled dank like this SD. It was more than just the pine-sol fuel smell, but it was the aroma's ability to go through all containers that were hermetically sealed. Not stuff you want to have on you if stealth is an issue.
The effects were a strong,energetic high with some trippiness at higher doses that lasted for an hour, with a gentle comedown resulting in desire to sleep in 2 - 3 hours. They also have some Hawaiian sativa, equally impressive in its density and potency.
If I was still in the state I'd drive an hour to purchase some of the most memorable bud I've had the pleasure to smoke.