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Read people’s experiences with the cannabis strain Bakerstreet.

Bakerstreet effects

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25 people reported 191 effects
Relaxed
76% of people report feeling relaxed
Euphoric
56% of people report feeling euphoric
Happy
48% of people report feeling happy
Hungry
28% of people report feeling hungry
Sleepy
24% of people report feeling sleepy
Dry mouth
32% of people report feeling dry mouth
Dry eyes
12% of people report feeling dry eyes
Anxious
8% of people report feeling anxious
Dizzy
4% of people report feeling dizzy
Headache
4% of people report feeling headache
Pain
52% of people say it helps with pain
Stress
40% of people say it helps with stress
Depression
32% of people say it helps with depression
Anxiety
32% of people say it helps with anxiety
Insomnia
28% of people say it helps with insomnia

Reviews34

May 30, 2018
M........L
Creative
Euphoric
Focused
Happy
I order the milled, personally, because I need immediate access as this my go-to stain during asthma attacks. greatly lowers stress and anxiety, helps relax, and has lowered my needed use of other bronchodilators.
February 14, 2017
f........r
Relaxed
Sleepy
This is a great strain for chronic pain and sleep.Highly recommend for people with Chronic pain issues and insomnia.
February 2, 2019
p........u
Aroused
Euphoric
Giggly
Happy
Bakerstreet Hindu is King of indica Started taking the gel caps, wow. Calm euphoric and general well being buzz. Feels like opiates :) 5/5
March 24, 2017
F........h
When I started using tweed in October 2016, this strain was a game changer for me, with a major reduction in muscle tightness (reduction and prevention), pain relief, as well as sedative effects. A good mellow feeling. So after waiting for MONTHS for new stock at Tweed, I bought 40 grams before realizing the THC had dropped 10%, I didn't think the drop from 28 to 18 would be that big of a deal, but it was. It's still good, but it's not as much of a help as it was in terms of muscle relaxation and sedation. For tougher days, I need to use much more. Fittingly, I tried Tweed's proprietary TWD Lot #2 last week, which is at 28.6% THC. It's the same experience I had with Bakerstreet at the same level of THC. I bought up as much of the TWD Lot #2 as I could before they ran out and will ration it amongst Bakerstreet until they either raise Bakerstreet's THC or restock TWD Lot #2 they stock it again. Still a lot better than most, but check the THC or it might not be the same you've heard hyped about.
April 13, 2019
S........l
Ça goute ce que sens une haie de cèdres xD
March 20, 2019
B........r
Relaxed
Sleepy
This is my GO-TO! This is one of about 7 commercially purchased strains I have tried and it is by far my favourite. No red eyes, panic or munchie frenzies. Consistently calming, a great muscle relaxant and sleep aid. The introverts strain, and a favourite of mine for a couple years now; I’m likely a Hindu Kush girl for life, I can’t imagine not having it on hand. Part of my bedtime ritual!
March 22, 2015
c........8
Euphoric
Happy
Relaxed
Tingly
I'm a medical user and gotta say - I've tried most of them but for daytime use for constant back pain, this works well. Your mileage may vary, but feel free to mix it with some Pink or OG to magnify the effect. Very nice body effects seem to block pain pathways with this strain. Nice not to have too much of a heady high effect too. This is almost 100% body effects. Taste is earthy and woody, similar to Afghani. Batches received are labelled around 17%... but it's only Tweed's first year at it. Not bad consistency, but hoping for higher potency in the future. Very good strain for daily use Tweed :)
March 1, 2018
J........a
Euphoric
Happy
Relaxed
Sleepy
Love bakerstreet. I have been with tweed for 3 years now. Bakerstreet is my go to. It works for my backpain and my anxiety at the same time. Would HIGHly recommend this strain.
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