Hybrid

Driving Miss Daisy

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About this Hybrid Strain

Driving Miss Daisy is the perfect name for this indica-dominant strain originally from Swamp Boy Seeds. Time to sink in the back of a soft leather seat and enjoy this soothing and mellow hybrid. It is made by crossing two indica-dominant strains in Sundae Driver with White OG, both highly successful strains in their own right.

The Driving Miss Daisy buds consist of long, curled leaves that are mostly purple, with some green. Squiggly orange pistils, resembling silly-string, are scattered throughout, while blond trichomes give the buds a fuzzy look.

This strain has the sweet smell of grapes and berries amid odors of pine and skunk. Combusting Driving Miss Daisy accents the sour grape flavor and even brings a little tangy-citrus to the palate.

Users report a mellow and relaxing cerebral euphoria from Driving Miss Daisy, which they say may benefit medical users with anxiety and depression. The soothing terpenes like Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Linalool are powerful antioxidants that are believed to help combat inflammation, which may help reduce pain and stress. Despite being Indica-dominant, Driving Miss Daisy reportedly delivers a blissful energy surge and laser-like focus, so it can be enjoyed during the day or at night. Whether the user needs to be productive or just sit around and daydream, reviewers say Driving Miss Daisy can accommodate. Some noted that individuals prone to paranoia or negative thoughts may benefit from this strain, as it boasts moderate THC levels around 18%, to deliver a solid, but not an overwhelming psychoactive experience. It might not be a bad idea to plan a meal or have a snack on hand before the session, as Driving Miss Daisy reportedly acts as an appetite stimulant. This is not surprising, as two of the dominant terpenes are believed to stimulate appetite. Finally, many users report obtaining a deeper level of sleep after using Driving Miss Daisy, once again showcasing this hybrid’s versatility.

Lab Data

Cannabinoid Lab Data
Cannabinoid Amount
THC: 18.31%
CBN: 0.10%
Terpene Lab Data
Terpene Amount
Beta Caryophyllene: 0.277%
Linalool: 0.214%
Limonene: 0.182%

Lineage

White OG - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica White OG
SFV OG Kush - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica SFV OG Kush
Afghani - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin
OG Kush - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid OG Kush
The White - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid The White

Frequently Asked Questions About Driving Miss Daisy

What is Driving Miss Daisy?

Driving Miss Daisy is an Indica-dominant cannabis strain known for offering the user a mellow and relaxing ride.

What is Driving Miss Daisy?

Driving Miss Daisy is the name of a popular movie.

What is Driving Miss Daisy?

Driving Miss Daisy comes from Swamp Boy Seeds, by crossing Sundae Driver with White OG.

What is Driving Miss Daisy?

This strain smells like pine and skunk, with hints of sweet grapes and berries.

What is Driving Miss Daisy?

Driving Miss Daisy tastes like sour berries with hints of pine and skunk.

What is Driving Miss Daisy?

The Driving Miss Daisy buds consist of long, curled leaves, that are mostly purple with some green. Squiggly orange pistils resembling silly-string are scattered, while blond trichomes give the buds a fuzzy look.

What is Driving Miss Daisy?

Users report a mellow and relaxing cerebral euphoria. The soothing terpenes like Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Linalool are believed to combat oxidation and inflammation, which may help reduce pain and stress. Users report a blissful energy surge and laser-like focus, good for the day or at night. Enhanced daydreaming or productivity.

Is Driving Miss Daisy an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Driving Miss Daisy is an Indica-dominant hybrid, approximately 70% Indica and 30% Sativa.


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