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Even if you are not a stoner, you can voice your opinion about cannabis and its impact on society and the industry. This is one of the easiest ways to begin a conversation and to communicate about things that have an effect on the world that we live in.

This may provoke a debate and different viewpoints that sparks interest and makes the conversation more spirited.

The Review

Before you write your cannabis strain review, one of the ideal things to do is to plan how you will approach this. If you start writing without being organized, it may not come out the way you want it.

Even though, there is no definitive technique in writing a cannabis strain review, you should consider four basic principles, which includes:

  1. Appearance
  2. Aroma
  3. Flavor
  4. Effect

The Appearance

The flower should have appearance that emulates its specific and expected attributes. It is not that you are trying to judge the book by its cover, but the appearance, in some cases, determines the quality of the cannabis strain.

It is safe to say that the way how weed looks can result in the kind of experience one gets when it is consumed.

The Aroma

When you are writing a cannabis strain review, the smell of the weed does play an important part in what you include. Not everyone has the same perception and preference and so it might be difficult to define the aroma to suit some people.

To evaluate the aroma, you have to hold the strain up to the nose, inhale it deeply and slowly, taking in its properties. There are some that smell much stronger. However, the bud with the strongest smell tends to be the most desirable.

The Flavor

Once you analyze the smell and appearance, now it is time to light your joint and take a flavor test. The flavor of the cannabis strain is one of the preferred ways of assessing it. You should focus your attention on the quality of the flavor so that when you write your cannabis strain review, you will be seen as being credible. That means as you inhale the weed, take special note of its flavor and do the same thing as you exhale.

The Effect

Last, but not least is the effect. What kind of way do you feel after you have inhaled and exhaled? This effect will determine how you write your cannabis strain review to describe the weed's psychoactive properties. You may have to include the amount of THC level and talk about how you feel after smoking.

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Gavin Kushman

Gavin is a worldly adventurer and cannabis connoisseur, embarking on journeys that take him to the far corners of the globe to explore and document the varied effects, flavors, and histories of both renowned and lesser-known strains. From the misty high-altitude farms of the Hindu Kush highlands to the vibrant cannabis cafes of Amsterdam, Gavin's quest for knowledge spans continents. A recognized authority in the cannabis industry, he frequently lends his expertise to leading publications such as Cannabis Training University, where his captivating blog articles chronicle his unique experiences with different cannabis strains.

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