Not to be confused with the citrus-flavored soda of the same name, Cactus Cooler is a sativa-dominant strain that bursts with interesting flavors. A cross between the ever-popular Blue Dream and old standby OG Kush, this bud offers consumers a buzzy, upbeat head high that slowly gives way to a soothing body stone. Cactus Cooler?s THC content has been measured at between 14% to 23%. When trimmed, Cactus Cooler?s large flowers maintain a chunky, spade-like shape, tapering from a broad base into a narrow, pointy tip. The buds have an internal structure characteristic of indicas, with dense, tightly-packed leaves. The leaves themselves are a mild shade of sage green and are shot through with curly orange pistils. Finally, sticky, dewy-looking trichomes coat all visible nooks and crannies of Cactus Cooler?s flowers, accounting for their potency and making them hard to break up by hand. While the soft drink Cactus Cooler has a distinct orange and pineapple flavor, the strain isn?t quite as tropical. A first whiff of the cured flowers may pick up on earthy notes of wood and leather, while close inspection tends to reveal some of the fruitiness associated with parent strain Blue Dream. Grinding up the flowers, meanwhile, gives off some of the spice and hash that are characteristic of the bud?s Kush lineage. When combusted in a pipe or a joint, Cactus Cooler gives off a rich but very smooth smoke that?s easily inhaled. This smoke has a fruity flavor on the exhale, mixed with some hints of pine. Cactus Cooler?s high is something of a creeper and may require up to 15 minutes after smokers have consumed its tasty smoke to begin exerting its effects. At first, smokers might notice tics like a sped-up pulse around the temples and behind the eyes; an increase in salivation in also sometimes reported. Soon after they arrive, these physical sensations are supplanted by a change in cognition -- thoughts may run through the user?s mind more quickly than usual or may flow from one to the next in a surprising, freely-associative way. Ideas can also take on a newfound intensity. In all, this elevated cerebral mindset can help busy smokers focus on detailed and analytical tasks, whether they?re work-related or tied to personal projects. On the other hand, the ongoing internal chatter that Cactus Cooler provides can be a great way to add some background stimulation to otherwise boring jobs like cleaning the house or running errands. The strain?s tendency to turn up the volume on internal monologues can also have the effect of inspiring good conversation in social situations, even when shared with strangers. As the high wears on, Cactus Cooler starts to reveal its layers of physical relaxation. Lingering muscular tension may find release as a palpable tingle works its way down the neck and through the core. Although users can maintain the initially brainy, tuned-in energy, they may be less likely to exert themselves and may instead prefer to kick back in comfort at home. Because of its gradual decline in energy levels, Cactus Cooler is recommended for consumption between late afternoon and evening. Cactus Cooler can also have several applications for medical cannabis patients. The focused mindset that comes with its onset may be a boon to those with attention deficit disorders. The bud?s smooth euphoria can also temporarily relieve symptoms of stress and depression. Physically speaking, Cactus Cooler may dull sharp aches and pains, as well as inflammation-related conditions like headaches and cramps. Because its early effects can include some paranoia or overly intense introspection, Cactus Cooler is not recommended for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance. Seeds of Cactus Cooler are not available for sale online and those wishing to grow the strain at home should seek out clippings that can be propagated as ?clones.? Once obtained, the plants can be grown indoors or out, although outdoor cultivation calls for a semi-humid, Mediterranean-like climate. Plants tend to grow short and bushy with a typically indica silhouette. Cactus Cooler generally flowers within 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors. Combining the even-tempered relaxation of Blue Dream with the physical sedation of OG Kush, Cactus Cooler is a must-try for fans of either of its parent strains. This bud?s unique flavor may also be of interest to terpene nerds.
Casey Jones is a sativa cannabis strain that gets its name from two differing people. One Casey Jones was a famous engineer that was killed in a train wreck in 1900 and saved as many passengers as he could before meeting his ultimate fate. The other Casey Jones is the hockey-masked vigilante in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Its buds are large and compact, baring long, bright red pistils with sweet pine scents that leave an earthy aftertaste in the mouth. Casey Jones? parent strains are a cross between the sativa Thai, sativa East Coast Sour Diesel, and hybrid Trainwreck. Its THC content averages at 15% and can reach levels of 22%. Reviewers enjoy this strain?s ability to provide an uplifting euphoria, inducing creativity and introspection. Its effects are felt almost instantaneously and boosts the consumer?s energy. It is accompanied with a mild body high that can relax the tension of the day away. Though, many have placed this on their favorite?s list as a good wake and bake strain.
Also known as ?Optimus Prime,? 3X Crazy is an indica cannabis strain that smells of grapes and spices, bearing an earthy and skunky aftertaste. Its buds are known to be forest green and small like lumpy popcorn with thin orange pistils. The parent strains of 3XCrazy are a combination of the hybrid OG Kush, indica Bubba Kush, and indica Grand Daddy Purple. THC levels of this strain average between 14%-18%. Its high is best for evenings and nights, often leaving the consumer in slightly sedative mindset with a relaxed sensation spreading from your spine throughout the nervous system in waves. At first, the mind will seem clear and focused, but as the high progresses and the bodily effects take place, the mind will become foggy and distant. A craving for food will help render your consciousness back into the now and have you searching for some snacks. Reviewers have noted this strain is capable of relieving both muscle spasms and pain, as well as insomnia for some. Carefully when consuming 3X Crazy ? mild cases of anxiousness or dizziness may follow suit if consumed improperly in high doses.
Chi Haze cannabis strain is a 70/30 Sativa leaning blend with a THC average of 16-22%. It smells of fresh earth and skunky, dank diesel, while the flavour is more sweet and herbal, carrying a diesel exhale. Buds are tight, military green spades with skinny orange hairs and white trichomes. It can treat depression, stress, appetite loss, pain and sleeplessness. Ideal for daytime usage.
Cotton Candy Kush is a name used to describe two apparently distinct strains -- one is an indica-heavy hybrid from breeders Delicious Seeds; the other is an older, more mysterious hybrid that has circulated in Canada for decades. Delicious Seeds? Cotton Candy Kush is a popular indica-leaning plant with memorable flavors and an enduring sedative high. It is a cross between the incredibly aromatic Lavender strain and Power Plant, which is derived from sativa landraces indigenous to South Africa. This strain?s THC content is purported to be 20%.
About Critical Kush
Critical Kush is an indica strain that delivers powerful, full-body relaxation and soothing mental effects. It is the brainchild of Barney?s Farm, the Amsterdam-based growers who have given us such powerful strains as LSD and Liberty Haze. Critical Kush is a cross between Afghani-descended Critical Mass and none other than OG Kush. Cannabis testing lab gives this bud consistently high marks, with THC measurements between 16% and a whopping 29%. With that kind of potency, Critical Kush is almost certain to put you in critical condition. Critical Kush sets itself apart with medium to large-sized nugs of resin-filled goodness. The buds are densely-packed, as you might expect of a pure indica. Leaves are a bright shade of spring green and are twisted through with deep orange pistils. A network of shiny trichomes covers the inner and outer surfaces of these large buds, making them very difficult to break up without the help of a grinder. When properly cured, flowers of Critical Kush emit a dank, earthy odor. There are some hints of citrus to brighten things up -- an aroma that becomes even more evident when grinding this bud -- but overall, the impression is dank and kushy. When combusted, Critical Kush may burn with a harsh and acrid smoke that can sting the eyes and sinuses. On the exhale, this thick smoke tastes like pine with a slight spicy kick. Finally, Critical Kush can be a very pungent smoke, and those looking to keep their consumption discreet should take any necessary precautions. Since Critical Kush offers a true creeper of a high, smokers should wait a while after their first toke before boosting dosage. As much as 15 minutes after sampling this strain, users begin to feel a tingle of relaxation spread through the limbs and core. Smokers also report a decreased heart rate and a lessening of muscular tension. Although mental effects are subtle, Critical Kush does have some effect on the senses, with many reporting visual or auditory distortion. Other than that, smokers shouldn?t expect an intense cerebral experience; on the contrary, this bud is more likely to leave users contentedly dopey. It?s a good choice for an evening indoors, spent working on mindless tasks like cleaning. If you?re riding a more sleepy vibe, it?s also a great option for binge-watching or for zoning out to some soothing music. Although Critical Kush can be fun in social situations, note that it can trigger couchlock in higher doses, and may make you less willing to actively engage with company. It should go without saying that, because of its heavily sedative effects, Critical Kush is better suited to evening than to daytime use. Medical cannabis patients can also find various uses in this strain?s therapeutic properties. It can work against deep-seated aches and pains, whether temporary or chronic. The medicine?s anti-inflammatory may also help with more minor irritations like headaches or nausea. This strain?s mood-elevating effects may provide some welcome (albeit temporary) relief from stress, depression, and even anxiety. Finally, in high enough doses, Critical Kush may lull even insomniacs into a deep, fulfilling sleep. Because paranoid, cerebral thinking isn?t common with this strain, it?s a good choice for those who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance. Both Barney?s Farm and Dutch company Royal Queen Seeds have made seeds of Critical Kush available for sale online. It can be grown indoors or out, although successful outdoor cultivation calls for a semi-humid climate with temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Critical Kush flowers within 7 to 8 weeks when grown indoors and is ready for harvest in late September when grown outdoors. Grown properly, it can offer as much as 56 grams (about 2 ounces) or flower per square foot of plant! Note that, just as this is a pungent smoke, it can be a very stinky grow (after all, parent strain Critical Mass has Skunk in its genes!) and indoor growers may want to invest in odor control measures like carbon air filters. While it?s great for a night at home, Critical Kush?s dank and piney aroma is also a great way to enhance your enjoyment of the great outdoors -- trying bringing it along on your next camping trip.
The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain Deadhead OG emits a scent that?s of pine and fresh earth, with undertones of diesel. Its buds are an array of mossy greens, having amber and yellow pistils with a thin layer of trichomes. THC levels have been known to reach 25%, so this strain isn?t recommended for the novice consumer. Its high will uplift the spirits almost immediately, cause normal situations to become seemingly funnier ?, so bouts of the giggles are possible ? and alleviate the symptoms of depression and anxiety. This strain lasts longer than most in the system (2+ hours). Your focus may improve as well as introspective thoughts. After the high begins to wear down, the consumer may feel tired. Adverse effects include dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety when consuming above tolerance levels. Dry mouth and eyes are typical. It takes about nine weeks for Deadhead OG to flower fully.
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El Chapo OG is an aptly named Indica-dominant hybrid strain of cannabis. The genetics on this strain are a bit iffy, with some citing the genetics as being unknown while others claim the strain to be a cross between Face Off OG x SFV OG x OG Kush. Likewise, no one knows who the first person was to create this wonderful strain. Regardless, El Chapo OG is a potent powerhouse flower that is sure to kick your ass on even the best of days. This strain consistently tests for THC levels exceeding 19%, adding to its legacy of power.
Golden Goat was created by accident in Topeka, Kansas, when a male Hawaiian-Romulan pollinated Mr. Dank's Island Sweet Skunk. The scent is described as being a combination of sweet, sour, and spicy, with a tropical fruit flavor. Its full-body effects provide a delightful rush of euphoria and creative spark. Golden Goat's flowering time is 9 to 11 weeks, with a golden appearance closer to harvest.
Grease Monkey is a sweet, earthy strain with strong skunky overtones. Created by Exotic Genetix, Grease Monkey is a cross of GG4 x Cookies and Cream. This strain saddles the consumer with a lazy, munchie-fueled body buzz that may soften the blow of chronic pain, nausea, and stress. While defined as a hybrid, this Grease Monkey?s deep relaxation will naturally lead some consumers toward sleep, so mind your dosage.