Miss Grass splits its products into four categories based on their effects – Fast Times, Quiet Times, All Times, and Half Times.
Miss Grass Fast Times: These are Sativa-dominant strains designed to help cannabis lovers “bloom and play.”
Miss Grass Quiet Times: Billed as a way to “anchor and restore,” Quiet Times covers Miss Grass’ Indica-dominant varieties.
Miss Grass All Times: A more versatile style of cannabis, the appeal of All Times is right in the name – strains suitable for any situation.
Miss Grass Half Times: Perfect for those looking for a more moderate, chilled-out high, Half Times pre-rolls offer a 1:1 ratio of THC to CBD.
Miss Grass pre rolls are between 0.3 and 0.5 grams each, perfect for a solo smoke or a quick toke with friends. Still, they’re sold in packs of up to five, meaning it’s easy to keep the session going if the mood is right. Some are “diamond-infused” with THCA for an extra boost. Miss Grass cannabis flower is sold in half-ounce sizes for those who want to stock up, as well as what the company calls “generous eighths,” weighing a whopping 4.2 grams each, compared to the typical 3.5.
But Miss Grass weed isn’t limited to the THC-heavy varieties. The company also produces federally legal, full-spectrum CBD hemp. It’s rolled up with adaptogenic and entheogenic food-grade herbs into convenient pre-rolls geared toward pleasure, calm, or balance.
Miss Grass Reviews
Miss Grass reviews show just how happy many cannabis lovers are with these high-end products. On Thingtesting, the company has a rating of 4.71 out of 5, with one Miss Grass All Times review calling it “perfect,” while another noted they only gave four stars “because I wish I could have more of it.” Several Reddit users also listed Miss Grass as their favorite preroll in New Jersey – A Miss Grass Quiet Times review said they “burnt perfectly and [were] easy to hit,” and one Miss Grass Fast Times review noted it “did the trick.”