The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain Aberdeen bares deep olive green buds and amber trichomes, wrapped in fiery orange (sometimes red) pistils. They’re known to be sticky, with a smell and taste of blue cheese, menthol, and chemical undertones.
Some have noted a slight aftertaste of citrus.
Average THC levels range from 14-15%. Its high has been described as quite mellow and relaxing, firstgiving the consumer a euphoric head high that induces joyous feelings that can sometimes lead to thegiggles. It will cause a talkative and social attitude, leaving your mind hungry for interaction. The bodywill feel numbed as pain seemingly evaporates and headaches will be relieved. For some, this strain willinduce the munchies. Expect a nice rise in creativity, which will make conversations steer in fascinatingdirections.
Reviewers have noted not much is needed to feel the high of this strain. Consume slowly and withcaution so anxiousness or paranoia are not induced.
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Aberdeen is the daughter strain of the hybrid Orange Velvet and sativa Jack the Ripper. It’s believed to
have been first grown in the city of Aberdeen, Washington.