The long-lasting sativa cannabis strain Frostbite emits a spicy, fruity scent with skunky undertones. It will leave an aftertaste that’s similar to herbal tea, with some reviewers noting it tastes more of sour pine. The buds of Frostbite are seemingly light green, turning to a dark purple at their edges and covered with a thick layer of trichome crystals that cause the buds to look frostbitten. This strain is sticky to the touch with orange pistils that jut out like trees in a snow-covered forest.
The parent strains of Frostbite are currently unknown.
The THC content is still currently up for debate, but its high is quite compelling. One can expect to feel a long-lasting high of up to two hours. It induces the munches, creates a cerebral buzz that lift’s one’s spirits and causes phases of euphoria. Its effects will also cause sleepiness after the high wears down, so evening use is suggested. It will leave the consumer in a pleasurably mellow and relaxing mood.
Growers will enjoy the heavy yields of Frostbite once it flowers after eight to nine weeks. Its stems will need support once flowering begins, its dense buds often causing stems to bend and break.
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