The cannabis strain named Secret Weapon is no secret when it comes to its reputation. It’s a high THC, low CBD strain, so effects are usually reported as very heady, especially since it’s a sativa-dominant hybrid. However, users have remarked that sensations are felt in the body as well, sometimes relieving both tension and pain in joints and muscles while creating a pleasant body buzz or the impression of numbness. Mood often enhances as stress dissipates according to fans of Secret Weapon.
The flavor profile of this strain is quite an odd one that connoisseurs will either love or hate experiencing. With parent strains like Cheese Quake and White Widow, you’ve got to be a big fan of cheese and lemon, because their combinations come out in Secret Weapon often giving it a sour scent with hints of fruit, pine, coffee, and of course, cheese. Some reviewers have noted they’ve smelled a mild honey-like scent to it too, so indulge in this strain’s odd terpene profile when you can.
Medical users have reviewed this strain and claimed it can help with a variety of conditions, such as depression, lower back pain, ADD or ADHD, and arthritis.
Secret Weapon is often harvested with high THC levels, so novice consumers should take heed when trying this strain along with anyone sensitive to THC levels averaging close to 30%.
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