About Money Pug
Money Pug has unknown genetic origins, shrouding this super rare strain in mystery, though we know that Money Maker was one of its parents. Due to its effects, there’s a theory that a Dawg strain of some kind formed the rest of the strain’s makeup (hence the name), but we’re not sure. Either way, a 27% THC level definitely packs a punch for users looking for a skunky, face-smashing high that’ll keep you lifted for a long time. If depression is a dirty dog running around in your head, Money Pug is the hose that sprays him down and makes him fresh again.
Money Pug has a spicy, sweet taste that reeks of pungent herbal and skunky earth undertones. However, the Sativa-dominance (70/30) also lends a floral fragrance that makes the strain richer and more inviting. The smell alone has great calming effects to boost the unassuming appearance. Light green nugs crowd among amber hairs, small for the plant’s size, with a sprinkling of white trichomes.
This strain combines a heady high with a physical feeling of uplifting euphoria. While some strains make you feel elevated, Money Pug calms you down into happiness rather than ratchet you up. If you have a peaceful place upstairs, buried somewhere beneath work stress and relationship anxiety, Money Pug will help you find it. It’ll run around with a bell on its neck until you sit down and pet it and surrender to its peaceful, tingly satisfaction.
If you couldn’t tell, we recommend this strain for people with high anxiety, stress, and depression. However, those worried about decreased performance during the day due to sedation should be comforted by the fact that Money Pug doesn’t lower your energy levels. It can zap chronic stress and alleviate tension-related chronic pain conditions without putting you out. That’s why Money Pug can be used during the afternoon and keep you going for the rest of the day, with no worries about getting sleepy.
Granted, you shouldn’t use the Money Pug strain if you have a ton of errands to run – it’s not an energy drink. But it’s a non-sedating mood lifter that should help you find inner bliss and outer peace without falling asleep. Those who suffer daily from chronic conditions should consider this strain as a pick-me-up, while those who just need a refresher for a downturned mood can consider it more like a stabilizer. It’s the peace you can’t find on your own, wrapped in a skunky flower and powered up by the taste of spicy-sweet earth. Does that make it “sweet” or “spicy?” You can think about it while you’re blissing out, petting your very own Money Pug.