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Do you know your scents from your strains? Walking around Bath & Body Works, the dreamy and whimsical names of lotions and perfumes start to sound a lot like another relaxant. See if you can differentiate the scents that you can’t have in the dorms from those that make us smell pretty.

JUNIPER BREEZE

A strain characterized by the natural scent of juniper sounds great, but it’s actually a perfume found in Bath & Body Works. It turns out people like to smell like nature rather than sweet citrus sometimes.

PLUSHBERRY

This berry scent is actually cannabis. This strain is mostly indica, but it’s given a berry scent by one of its parent strains, Black Cherry Soda. Indica is called a “heavy” strain of cannabis, and this specific strain is calming. If you’re into deep thinking and relaxation, Plushberry is perfect for you.

JUICY FRUIT

No, we are not talking about the gum brand. A hybrid of two different strains, this plant has large leaves and a colorful bud. Juicy Fruit’s sweet tropical aroma is the reason for the name, and maybe also the reason you thought this was a perfume.

PLUMERIA

With this fancy name, are you surprised it’s a perfume? This is a light and floral scent that has now been retired by Bath & Body Works. Maybe one day we can all get get lost in Plumeria.

COUNTRY APPLE

This is a gimme. When you hear country, think perfumes. For some reason, naming a perfume “Country Something” is popular (Avon carries one called “Wild Country”). It’s a fruity scent, but you probably guessed that. This scent is also retired by Bath & Body Works.