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About this Hybrid Strain
Cinex is what’s known as a “Superstar Bud”. This means its parent strains are all-stars, winning various competitions for their effects, taste, and smell. Cinex is a cross between Cinderella 99 and Vortex, which is where it gets its name from. Both parents are sativa-dominant, especially Vortex, which has been described as pulling the consumer into “a whirling mass of euphoria like a cosmic riptide.”
This strain emits a sweet citrusy aroma with skunky undertones that bears a similar taste. Users have said that when you try Cinex, you’ll feel a deep cerebral buzz that tends to create focus, motivation, happiness, and energy, making this a great daytime choice for anyone that wants to consume while getting things done. Those suffering from mood conditions report they enjoy Cinex for its ability to help reduce stressful thinking and improve motivation to get up and go. Artists, musicians, and writers will truly enjoy this strain, as it is reported to make creative hobbies more enjoyable and help encourage fluid thinking and inspiration.
When you take a close look at Cinex, a nicely grown crop will have thick, cone-shaped buds that are a lighter green, with brilliantly orange hairs peeking out. Trichomes are easily spotted, and you can expect THC counts to be around 22-26%. This means novice consumers should be careful with this strain. Reviewers note that while it does have a low percentage of CBD, it isn’t quite enough to counteract the unpleasant side-effects THC can create, like paranoia. However, they say when properly consumed, you’ll find this can be a great wake-and-bake bud.
Cinex first blossomed after CannaMan Farms of Vancouver, WA.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cinex
- What is Cinex?
Cinex is a sativa-dominant hybrid that comes from All Star sativa parents
- Where does Cinex come from?
Cinex is a cross of Cinderella 99 and Vortex
- What does Cinex smell like?
Cinex has a distinct scent of honey and sweet citrus smell with an underlying smell of earthy hay and skunkiness.
- What does Cinex taste like?
Cinex follows its aroma profile with taste. Many say the citrus flavor pops more followed by a skunky, sweet and sour taste.
- What color does Cinex have?
A well cultivated and cured Cinex specimen should have bright green buds with an almost proportional amount of purple highlights. Bright orange pistils should engulf the cracks and surround the buds as a light coating of amber trichromes covers it.
- What effects does Cinex have?
Consumers of Cinex have said it is a true representation of the sativa family. The effects are entirely felt cerebrally as users report feeling a buzz that gives them motivation and focus while also increasing their happiness and energy. Fans of Cinex say it is a great daytime choice as it allows them to get things done with a clear and ready mind.
- Is Cinex an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Cinex is a sativa-dominant hybrid