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About this Hybrid Strain
A venomous Snake Bite can be life threatening, so why name a cannabis strain after it? That mystery lies with the creator, who remains unknown, so we can only hypothesize. Perhaps it's the spicy cinnamon bite it provides. We do know that Snake Bite is a cross between C99 x Romulan, which yields Lollypop. Lollypop is then crossed back with C99, also known as Cinderella 99.
The beautiful, flower-shaped buds are jaw dropping, with bright forest-green swirled within the leaves, loosely woven with orange pistils. Yellow trichome hairs outline the buds, adding a perfect gold outline. Snake Bite smells like pine and pineapple, with a touch of cinnamon. The flavor of sour pineapple is complemented with a spicy-cinnamon aftertaste.
Snake Bite reportedly yields a smooth psychoactive ride, with a steady but relaxing stream of energy. Still showing its indica ancestry, the body effects are reportedly quite potent with Snake Bite. This isn't surprising, considering it has a significant amount of CBD for a Sativa. The high amount of the dominant terpene, Myrcene, has users reporting a blissful easing of chronic pain, spasms, and migraines. Despite the 20% THC content, most users described an enhanced ability to focus. Reviewers often agreed that Snake Bite might be worth a try for users with ADD, and those looking for a Sativa with a nice body buzz.
Snake Bite seeds are available for purchase online, and it grows relatively easily indoors. Topping to form more top buds is recommended, with about an 8 week flowering period.
Frequently Asked Questions About Snake Bite
- What is Snake Bite?
Snake Bite is a sativa-dominant hybrid, known for its spicy cinnamon flavor and smooth euphoria.
- Where does Snake Bite come from?
The original breeder of Snake Bite remains a mystery, although it does come from crossing Lollypop with C99.
- What does Snake Bite smell like?
Snake Bite smells like pine and pineapple, with a touch of cinnamon.
- What does Snake Bite taste like?
Snake bite has a sour pineapple flavor, with a spicy cinnamon aftertaste.
- What color does Snake Bite have?
Snake Bite is made of bright forest-green swirled leaves, loosely scattered with orange pistils. Yellow trichome hairs outline the buds, adding gold stripes.
- What effects does Snake Bite have?
Snake Bite reportedly yields a smooth psychoactive ride, with a steady but relaxing stream of energy. The body effects are reportedly quite potent. The high amount of the dominant terpene Myrcene has users reporting a blissful easing of chronic pain, spasms, and migraines. Despite the 20% THC content, most users reported an enhanced ability to focus.
- Is Snake Bite an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Snake Bite is a sativa-dominant hybrid, approximately 70% Sativa and 30% Indica.