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About this Hybrid Strain
The hybrid strain dubbed Crescendo gets its name from the smooth high it is reported to produce, which eventually leads to a strong peak that lulls the user into an intense euphoric state, as some reviewers have explained. They’ve shared that its effects have produced a calm in both their body and mind while leading to slight sedation that’s good for an afternoon nap.
The scent and taste have been noted as being of diesel with notes of citrus that linger on the palette after smoking or vaping. The Crescendo strain’s cured buds have various shades of violet and blues noticeable within them, along with a thick coating of trichomes that lighten its tones.
THC levels can fluctuate with this strain so be sure to check its levels before making a serving for yourself. Some batches have been tested reaching levels above 25%. The dominant terpenes found in Crescendo include caryophyllene, limonene, and myrcene.
Frequently Asked Questions About Crescendo
- What is Crescendo?
Crescendo is a hybrid cannabis strain that can test with high levels of THC reaching above 25% while producing the dominant terpenes caryophyllene, limonene, and myrcene.
- What does Crescendo mean?
Crescendo is a cannabis strain named after the musical term that signifies a progressive increase in tone until it reaches a peak, much like how its high has been described as consumers experience a smooth increase of cerebral activity that lead them to a light sedation.
- What does Crescendo smell like?
The scent of Crescendo is mostly of diesel, though notes of citrus and pepper can be found as well.
- What does Crescendo look like?
The cured buds of Crescendo are dense and shaped like eggs, with various hues of purples and blues found within its deep green nugs. A noticeable layer of trichomes can be found as well.
- What does Crescendo's effects feel like?
This strain’s effects have been defined by reviewers as smooth and relaxing, often leading to a light sedation great for an afternoon nap.
- Where does Crescendo come from?
The genetic origins of this strain currently remain unknown, though it’s currently being sold in the U.S. on the east coast.