You may see this one called simply “Silver Tip,” but it’s the same strain as the Montana Silvertip. This sativa-dominant hybrid (70% sativa/30% indica) sprouts buds that release a curious mix of diesel and sweet blueberries tossed in with some skunkyness for good measure.
After inhaling and exhaling, piney, earthy quality blends in with the berries and the pungency, making for a complex flavor profile.
The buzz from Montana Silvertip is equal parts clarity and body bound. In the head, feelings of focus and good moods dominate, but elsewhere feelings of sedation and relaxation can get the limbs feeling like wet noodles. On the medical side, this strain may help with chronic pain, low or shifty moods, exhaustion, or ADD/ADHD. It’s best for later evening or nighttime use, but daytime use may be manageable for a lot of smokers.
Dry, irritated eyes are a common side effect with Montana Silvertip. Cottonmouth may also result from its use.
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This cross between Super Silver Haze and Granddaddy Purple boasts massive THC levels nearing and sometimes exceeding 26%, so have fun, but do so carefully.