Strain review: Glass Slipper, a strain fit for motivational royalty

by DGO Pufnstuf

This week, we’re reviewing a new strain from Prohibition Herb called Glass Slipper, and you should know that I want to make so many Cinderella references right now, but I will refrain. Just know that they’re looming in my head as I write this.

Prior to testing this ol’ girl out for our review, I had not encountered Glass Slipper. If you’re also unfamiliar with this strain, lemme tell you a little bit about her. She’s a sativa hybrid that was created by crossing Cinderella 99 and LA Confidential, and she’s quite the beaut. Her buds are a deep green and are covered in sticky crystals, and she smells like a candied version of cannabis: a bit fruity, a bit sugary, and sweet through and through.

Given how nice this strain smelled, I had high expectations for the taste, and let me tell you, I was not disappointed. This Glass grass tastes like smoky pineapple when inhaled, which I learned after lighting her up with a friend on a random weeknight.

We smoked a bowl between the two of us, and it took about ten minutes or so before we really started to feel the effects of ol’ Cindy’s fancy footwear. (SORRY. THAT’S THE ONLY ONE. PROMISE.) But, once this semi-creeper kicked in, there was no mistaking it. It was almost like someone flipped on a smarty-pants light switch, and I went from lazed out and over my life (thanks, work!) to feeling clearheaded and smart in a matter of moments. I love a good sativa, especially when it works to repair the depletion of the minimal amount of motivation I was born with.

And, things only continued uphill (quite literally) from there. I went from 0 to 60 shortly after the fog cleared from my head, and all of a sudden, I had the drive to do things I ALWAYS put off, like cleaning counters and wiping the freaking dust off the open cabinet shelves that someone inexplicably built in my house. Why anyone builds shelving that isn’t protected by cabinet doors or glass is beyond me, but I digress. I found the energy to clean those dumb things, which is fine by me.

I got so much junk done after finding this Glass Slipper. I can’t even explain to you how much motivation I found buried in my soul. I basically checked off every single thing from my miles-long list, which I had been more than content to let grow. If you want a motivating strain, this is it, friends. This is frigging it.

I didn’t even really get the munchies. My mouth was dry as actual sandpaper, and I probably snacked a LITTLE bit, but it wasn’t anything epic. I probably just needed fuel from all the ass-kicking I was doing to my to-do list. Also, I’m probably very hydrated today, as I drank an entire lake of water from that cottonmouth. So, you know, Glass Slipper. Does the ol’ body hydration some good, I guess.

This strain would be the exact opposite of what someone with insomnia should smoke, in case you haven’t gathered that by now. But if you have like 17 years worth of dust bunnies gathered under the bed, or you have a pile of towels that has grown as tall as the Swiss Alps, grab some of this baddie and you’ll be all set.

And, once you’re done with your own cleaning, please head over to my house. We both know this motivation won’t last forever, and it’s never bad to have dusting backup. I’ll be forever grateful.

DGO Pufnstuf


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