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About this Hybrid Strain
When you take a look at the strain Martian Mean Green, you’ll notice that its color is not really of green, but white, with a bit of green underneath, as it has an incredibly thick coating of crystal trichomes. The sweet and spicy scent of Martian Mean Green will lure the senses. This sativa-dominant hybrid also carries a pine-like scent and produces a lingering aftertaste that’s similar to roses.
THC percentages of Martian Mean Green average in the high teens to low 20’s. Effects have been described by consumers as being euphoric coupled with a high sense of energy. Some experienced an enhancement of creativity, while others felt a sense of relaxation that lead to sedation. Still, reviewers have also noted that this strain may help with mild aches and pain relief.
Frequently Asked Questions About Martian Mean Green
- What is Martian Mean Green?
Martian Mean Green is a sativa-leaning hybrid strain known for its white frosty appearance.
- Where does Martian Mean Green come from?
Martian Mean Green is a cross of Sharksbreath and G13 Haze.
- What does Martian Mean Green smell like?
Martian Mean Green typically has an aroma profile with a mix of earthy, citrus, and sweet notes.
- What does Martian Mean Green taste like?
Martian Mean Green tastes of citrus, earth, and sweetness with undertones of skunkiness. It flavor is zesty.
- What color does Martian Mean Green have?
Martian Mean Green has buds that are small to medium sized and known for its silvery appearance due to its thick coating of trichomes. Its buds are pale green, leafy and moderately dense with thin orange trichomes.
- What effects does Martian Mean Green have?
Martian Mean Green has been described to provide an energizing high that stimulates the mind and uplifts the mood. Fans note a state of euphoria that ignites their creativity and give them enhanced focused with mental clarity.
- Is Martian Mean Green an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Martian Mean Green is classified as a sativa-leaning hybrid strain.