Peanut Butter Breath Strain — It’ll Get You as Gooey as the Real Thing

If its name is enough to get your mouth watering, you’ll definitely want to give the Peanut Butter Breath strain a try, as its effects won’t disappoint. This evenly balanced hybrid strain packs a strong flavor and an even more potent high that’s excellent for afternoon or evening chilling, getting lost inside your mind, or boosting your mood to brand-new heights.

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Peanut Butter Breath Strain
10Expert Score
Peanut Butter Breath Strain Flavor Scale

The Peanut Butter Breath strain might not taste as much like peanut butter as its name implies, but it does taste like savory nuts and earth. With each toke, your tongue will pick up notes of:

Nuts
10
Earth
9.5
Piney herbs
9

      AVO Ratings

      THC

      THC LEVELS

      28%

      CBD

      CBD LEVELS

      1%

      Peanut Butter Breath Strain Information

      Peanut Butter Breath is a 50/50 indica-sativa hybrid with an average THC content of about 28%. This strain’s effects are strong, so it’s best reserved for experienced tokers who’ve built at least a moderate tolerance.

      The Peanut Butter Breath experience starts almost immediately after the first couple of exhales, bringing about an uplifting, cerebral buzz that quickly alleviates stress, low mood, and anxiety.

      While you kick back without a care in the world, a moderately heavy body high sets in next, but it’s not so heavy that’ll it’ll stop you from snooping around for the most delicious snacks in your pantry.

      Peanut Butter Breath is widely known for its appetite-stimulating effects (get ready to be a bottomless pit), and it’s also a popular choice for tokers who suffer from chronic pain, nausea, depression, and trouble sleeping.

      Peanut Butter Breath Strain Effects

      Feelings
      Relaxed
      Relaxed 76%
      Sleepy
      Sleepy 72%
      Hungry
      Hungry 69%
      Helps With
      Low mood
      Low mood 74%
      Stress
      Stress 75%
      Anxiety
      Anxiety 70%
      Negative
      Mild headache
      Mild headache 35%
      Mild paranoia
      Mild paranoia 37%
      Dry eyes
      Dry eyes 40%

      Peanut Butter Breath Strain Pairings

      Pairs With Music
      Miguel — “Simple Things”
      Miguel — “Simple Things” 81%
      NEIL FRANCES — “Music Sounds Better With You”
      NEIL FRANCES — “Music Sounds Better With You” 76%
      Bob Marley and the Wailers — “Jamming”
      Bob Marley and the Wailers — “Jamming” 72%

      Miguel — “Simple Things”: The Peanut Butter Breath high will help you appreciate the simple things, like a good strain of weed and some delicious snacks. This R&B jam goes great with that vibe.

      NEIL FRANCES — “Music Sounds Better With You”: Music always sounds better after a few tokes. Play this funky jam while you pack a bowl and groove along before the heavy part of the Peanut Butter Breath high sets in.

      Bob Marley and the Wailers — “Jamming”: As you let Peanut Butter Breath lift and soothe you, let this classic, uplifting reggae jam help bliss you out.

      Pairs With Food
      Grilled PB&J
      Grilled PB&J 79%
      Oreos with peanut butter
      Oreos with peanut butter 73%
      Thai peanut noodles
      Thai peanut noodles 74%

      Grilled PB&J: Kinda like a grilled cheese, but kinda not. This unique take on the classic might just be better than the original, and it’s super satisfying after a few tokes of Peanut Butter Breath.

      Oreos with peanut butter: Cookies are basically a munchies staple. Add in some peanut butter, and you’ve got the perfect sweet snack to enjoy while you roll a spliff.

      Thai peanut noodles: When the Peanut Butter Breath munchies have you craving something savory, order takeout, so you don’t have to cook.

      Pairs With Spirits
      White Russian
      White Russian 74%
      Brandy Alexander
      Brandy Alexander 78%
      Bourbon
      Bourbon 69%

      White Russian: This creamy, vodka-based cocktail is a sweet complement for Peanut Butter Breath’s nutty, buttery notes.

      Brandy Alexander: This indulgent classic is easy to make easier to drink, and its creamy, chocolatey notes pair wonderfully with Peanut Butter Breath’s flavor profile.

      Bourbon: Oddly enough, peanut butter and whiskey pair strangely well. In fact, peanut butter whiskey is actually a thing. Check it out.

      Where The Peanut Butter Breath Strain Is Grown

      ThugPug Genetics created the Peanut Butter Breath strain when they crossed Do-Si-Dos and Mendo Breath.

      Peanut Butter Breath Strain Summary

      Peanut Butter Breath is an excellent strain for relaxing after work, but if you’re gonna partoke, it may be best to eat before you roll-up. Otherwise, you might just find that your pantry looks a little bare come morning. If you can’t get your hands on this bud, Liquid Butter and Tahoe OG have similar effects.

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      JJ Smoak

      Brooklyn native, accent-having, travel lover, wordsmith and bud enthusiast. Versed from the streets of NYC, mixed with some world influence, writer/editor and medical user extraordinaire, JJ is here to tell you like it is and guide you to the finest. Brooklyn's favorite feminine stoner, your neighborhood contributor, wrapping leaves like a bandage and bringing you along for the ride.

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