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About this Hybrid Strain
The hybrid cannabis strain Wappa is often known for its fruity aroma and flavor. This strain emits a robust and pungent smell of freshly picked berries accompanied by a slight reminiscence of tangerines and diesel. Wappa is sought out by both expert and novice cultivators for its enormously high yields. Though its lineage and genetics are a mystery, consumers looking for a cannabis strain for sleep or relaxation will note that Wappa's onset of effects have been reviewed to satisfy those needs.
Wappa produces large and Christmas tree-shaped buds that are typically coated in a layer of sticky and resinous glandular trichomes. Well cultivated and cured batches of Wappa will yield buds that are a bright, vivid green with light purple hues. Some of these buds will tend to be denser and harder to break apart by hand. Therefore it's recommended that users keep a grinder handy to avoid losing trichome content. Wappa's flavorful buds are a pungent, fruity, and nutty aroma when being broken apart for a serving.
Wappa's onset of effects is potent, offering users a pleasant but potentially sedative and "couch-locked" experience. Novice consumers should take caution when preparing to indulge on Wappa by taking smaller, more controlled doses. Some reviewers have experienced a spacey and heady high, frequently leaving users lost in their mind. Users looking for a cannabis strain to help with insomnia or stress have reported Wappa to help alleviate such ailments. Dominant terpenes found in Wappa are Limonene, Beta-Myrcene, and Beta-Caryophyllene, while THC content tends to average at around 20%.
This strain’s parents are shrouded in mystery due to breeder secrecy. Wappa first blossomed under the care of Paradise Seeds.