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About this Sativa Strain
Catfish is a pure sativa cannabis strain that won the 2014 High Times’ Michigan Medical Cannabis Cup for Best Sativa. Its harvest-ready buds are shaped like grapes, bright green with golden hues, and have a thin layer of frosty trichomes. Its scent is of diesel and fresh soil, having a slightly chemical-like taste.
The parent strains are currently a secret being kept by Catfish’s original breeder, Mindright – but it’s believed to have Kush genetics.
THC levels average between 15-19%. Its high starts out by causing the consumer to immediately feel euphoric with uplifted spirits as the stresses of the mind melt away. Creativity then kicks in and helps the mind come up with fun strategies to keep it occupied as focus enhances. Mild pain relief takes place throughout the body and fatigue is lifted away. The energy boost kicks in, making every task seem easily feasible.
Negative side-effects are few with Catfish, dry eyes and mouth being most common. It’s known that this strain very rarely causes paranoia or anxiety, a good note for novice consumers.
Frequently Asked Questions About Catfish
- What is Catfish?
Catfish is an award winning cannabis strain known for its powerful effects and pungent aroma.
- Where does Catfish come from?
The specific origins and genetic lineage of Catfish are stored in secrecy.
- What does Catfish smell like?
Catfish has a strong and pungent aroma, which can be skunky, earthy, or musky in nature. It carries hints of sweetness and citrus.
- What does Catfish taste like?
The flavor of Catfish is often described as a combination of skunk and earthiness, with some herbal and spicy undertones.
- What color does Catfish have?
Catfish buds can display dark shades of green, with orange pistils throughout the leaves. The buds are small to medium, dense and caked in a layer of white trichomes.
- What effects does Catfish have?
Catfish is known for its powerful effects. Users often experience a strong cerebral high, characterized by euphoria and increased energy. Some users may also feel relaxed and sedated after the initial euphoria, making it suitable for evening or nighttime use.
- Is Catfish an Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid?
Catfish is a sativa strain.