Silver Mountain not only gets its name from its lineage, as it’s a cross between Super Silver Haze and Appalachia, but also from its appearance as well. The cured nuggets of this strain are dense and covered with frosty trichomes, and when you put several together in a little pile, it looks like a silver mountain landscape.
This sativa-dominant strain’s effects have been described by reviewers as being much more cerebral than physical. They’ve stated that Silver Mountain may energize and focus the mind, while offering a slight enhancement of the senses. Some have used Silver Mountain while pursuing their hobbies or to motivate them to clean up their home.
THC levels tend to average in the mid-20’s and its dominant terpene is myrcene, which helps give it a slightly peppery scent that’s mixed with citrus and melon.
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