Air Force One is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain that’s renowned among reviewers for creating an incredibly uplifting high. Its effects have also been noted by reviewers to provide the consumer with a slight boost of energy to get the job done, along with calm muscles and nerves eased of tension that allowed them to relax if they preferred.
The dominant terpenes of Air Force One are limonene, caryophyllene, and linalool, giving it a scent and taste that’s reminiscent of pepper and lemon mixed with wildflowers. Its cured buds are dense and covered with a beautiful coat of crystal trichomes.
Air Force One can be an incredibly potent strain, often reaching THC levels at 30% or more. Reviewers have suggested that novice consumers, or those sensitive to THC, may want to be cautious with consuming this strain.
Air Force One’s genetics have been traced back to Skunk #1, though its exact origins are unknown.
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The Air Force One strain is renowned among reviewers for its potency, boasting THC levels over 30% and providing a high that’s been described as mood-enhancing.
The Air Force One strain was named after the U.S. president’s personal aircraft that takes him anywhere in the world he needs to go. It signifies that this will be a luxurious high for those that are properly trained to handle potent amounts of THC.
The scent of this strain is similar to a mixture of lemons, wildflowers, and pepper.
The slight flavors of pepper and wildflowers have been said to linger in the aftertaste.
The cured buds of Air Force One are dense and covered in a coat of crystal trichomes that lighten its tones.
Its effects have been noted by reviewers to provide the consumer with a slight boost of energy to get the job done, along with calm muscles and nerves eased of tension that allowed them to relax if they prefered. Some have noted they’ve enjoyed a better mood while consuming this strain.
Air Force One’s genetics have been traced back to , though its exact origins are unknown.