When you open a package of Irene, you’ll sense a sour and lemony scent that’s similar to OG strains but with a hint of pine lingering underneath. Its buds can be small but dense, occasionally having hues of purples amidst its deep green flowers and golden pistils. However, its thick coating of trichomes can give it a lighter tone.
Irene is a favorite for home growers because it produces a heavy yield and is easy to maintain either indoors or outdoors.
The effects of Irene have been described as pleasant but not overly energizing. It’s a hybrid, and those that have both grown and tried Irene say they have enjoyed in its potential to relax the mind and body simultaneously. Some of those who have said that Irene is their go-to strain, have explained they enjoy a rush of calm that allows them to de-stress and increase focus.
THC levels of Irene tend to fluctuate based on cultivation and curing techniques so check out your dispensary’s lab results for this strain before fashioning a serving for yourself.
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