I smoked a 1/4g Bakerstreet rolled into a perfectly compact and slim joint out on my back deck. I rolled about a half gram but only smoked half of the joint.
And, I had a great time! But I smoke a few times a week; beginners, this might not be the strain for you. It really is quite potent, while increasing your focus.
For me, smoking Bakerstreet was calming, with a delayed sedative effect after a period of intense focus.
I wrote the below portion of my review while enjoying the strongest portion of the high for me: 15 - 75 minutes after smoking:
I roasted my joint like a hotdog and quickly pulled a fast drag into my mouth to burn away the paper lingering. I pushed the smoke out, took a sip of tea and immediately, but carefully pulled a slow stream of smoke into my expanding lungs.
I paused. It had burned smooth and looked almost precarious now, delicately balanced between my fingers. I could see it dimly glowing orange beneath lingering white ash particles.
I looked up at my neigjbourhood around me, and with careful, deliberate control, sloely exhaled.
After my first draw I knew this bud was a good time. I could feel the moisture of the smoke lingering around me. It was a heavy, earthy kind of smell, dull and lingering. It reminded me of camping in the pine woods but softer, like what you imagined a tundra, or highland, with juniper trees scattered sparsely over the landscape would smell like.
I realized later, that while I smoked I had very slowly, inperceptibly been sinking into my body. The sneak of the relaxation was unscrupulous, objective, inevitable and slowly relentless. With each inhale my body was relaxing.
I made it up to my bathtub for a warm bath after a quick detour through the kitchen... and as I was drawing my bath, I felt my body - I was so aware - I felt all the parts of me that had been growing in my conscienceness.
The relase and relaxation came quickly, and powerfully.
I settled into my bath with my wine and relaxed with a deliberate focus. I began to write this review.
It has now been an hour since I started flying and I am done writing. I feel a warm, slow sleepiness growing in my limbs and brain. I feel my body melting and I know now, that it is time for bed and deep sleep.
Goodnight, and take care!