Down2Earth Herbal Incense Review

Down2Earth nails a lot of pros from the get-go. The glossy bag beautifully ordained with psychedelic artwork, succulent strong scents and a nice fine grind (the latter of which is primarily a personal preference). But… head  is nothing, heart is everything–and that heart is the blend inside the pretty packaging we’re going to tear into.
Each of the four scents I received are beyond satisfactory. The scent produced by your burner is just as you would hope for after giving the bag a whiff. Skunk 101 is extremely pungent and perplexingly pleasing. Perhaps reminiscent of the smell of a fresh green pepper. Purple Chronic is a grape based scent with a sweeter tinge to it, though not seemingly not quite prevalent enough. Power Plant is an extremely sweet explosion of fruity starburst extravaganza… simply wonderful. Mango, a more traditional scent, satisfies the sweet-tooth as well, though perhaps not as well as the best of the mango scents seeing as how it’s slightly more muted than its superior scents.
The sweet aroma fills the room with a satisfying euphoria, not a whole lot of drudgery to be noticed. Uplifting vibrations surround the swirling smoke of the aroma. You really can’t go wrong with Down2Earth. No experienced user can claim it’s lacking in anything significant and can’t deny its quick potent one-two punch. This scent will stimulate the mind for approximately 40 minutes. All in all these come very highly recommended.
P.S.: Purple Chronic & Skunk 101 exude more potent aromas than Mango & Power Plant… not by a significant margin, but this should be made clear.
Strength: 8.9/10
Aroma(s): Mango (9.3/10), Power Plant (9.5/10), Purple Chronic (8.8/10), Skunk 101 (9.2/10)
Overall: 9.0/10
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