The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain Toxic Punch produces a scent and flavor reminiscent of its name, being quite fruity with the undertone of pine and skunk. Its harvest-ready buds are shaped like peppers, being deep sage green with a thin layer of trichomes.
THC levels rest between 15-25%, changing depending on a crop’s cultivation techniques. Its high is known to cause the mind to become hazy, often placing it in a deep state of introspection. Because of this, ensure there’s no important tasks that must be completed before consuming Toxic Punch. Though the mind is distant, the body will feel a spark of energy, making it a good idea to go for a long stroll at the park or on a hike to allow the mind to wander.
Negative side-effects of Toxic Punch include normal dry mouth or dry eyes, with the possibility of paranoia surfacing if consuming above tolerance levels.
If growing outdoors, Toxic Punch will ready for reaping at the end of September/early October.
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Genetics of Toxic Punch stem from three different strains: the hybrid White Widow, sativa Casey Jones, and indica Blueberry.