The highly potent sativa strain Cinex, also known as Cin X, emits a sweet citrusy aroma with skunky undertones that bears a similar taste. When grown properly, its leaves are mostly white with the faintest hues of green. They’re covered in a generous layer of trichome crystals.
The THC content of Cinex is an astounding 22%, with some crops reaping in at up to 26%. This strain can be consumed throughout the day, providing the consumer a boost of energy accompanied with increased creativity and focus. Many have noted it’s a good wake and bake strain. Artists, musicians, and writers will truly enjoy this strain, as it makes creative hobbies more enjoyable and helps encourage fluid thinking and inspiration. Some reviewers have noted this strain will also alleviate many forms of pain and aches.
Some reviewers have stated they’ve experienced slight bouts of paranoia and anxiety when consuming this strain, but they quickly dissipate once the mind has something to focus on.
Growers should be aware that this strain was first produced using specific soil mixtures that include humic acid, bat guano, feather meal, and mycorrihzae. Cinex is only recommended for highly experienced growers.
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Cinex first blossomed after CannaMan Farms of Vancouver, WA crossed the hybrid Cinderella 99 and sativa Vortex.