Shout “Holy Ghost!” The pepper-shaped buds that sprout from this sativa-leaning hybrid cannabis plant sport a smorgasbord of orange-to-brown hairs and oily trichomes. The nugs smell of sweet diesel and sandalwood, and the smoke tastes like lemon and burnt wood chips
Lab results show Holy Ghost can reach a whopping 28% THC when grown by the right folks.
This strain, as one should expect from its name, will lift the spirits to heavenly levels. There’s a pronounced body buzz, but it only lasts for a short time as it’s greatly overshadowed by the euphoric, long-lasting head high. This one’s good for calming the nerves, managing pain, increasing focus, or counteracting the effects of a sleepy strain.
Cottonmouth is a given with Holy Ghost, so keep a drink on hand. High doses may also cause anxiety or headaches.
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Holy Ghost boasts one wild set of parents: Durban Poison, Pitbull, Satori, and Amnesia Haze.