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About this Sativa Strain
Django, a sativa cannabis strain, derives its name from the clear-headed mood it places the consumer in (Django meaning “I awake” in Romani). Its buds are a bright green and covered with a thick layer of trichomes, emitting a scent reminiscent of pepper spice with a taste that’s earthy and floral.
Django is the result of crossing the indica Blueberry with the hybrid Jack Flash.
THC levels of this strain are still unknown. Its high is known to be mainly cerebral, improving overall mood while maintaining focus. Because of this, Django is a great choice for a wake-and-bake strain as it will improve one’s morning without creating any sedation or lethargy. However, for some, it can cause sleepiness as its high wears down, so note tolerance levels before consuming in the day. This strain can sometimes help alleviate muscle spasms, nausea, and stress.
Negative side-effects of Django include headache and dizziness when consumed improperly, along with dry mouth and eyes which are normal.
Frequently Asked Questions About Django
- What is Django?
Django is a sativa hybrid with powerful effects.
- Where does Django come from?
Django is a cross of Blueberry and Jack Frost.
- What does Django smell like?
Django has an earthy aroma that has detectable scents of sweet berries and citrus.
- What does Django taste like?
Django has a sweet berry and citrus flavor that then turns dank and a little sour.
- What color does Django have?
Django has pickle green buds that are fluffy and rounded. It has a fine coating of yellowish trichomes with some orange pistils.
- What effects does Django have?
Django has been described as having activating effects that are energizing and freeing as people report feeling lighter and at ease. They say as the effects develop some may begin to feel more tired.
- Is Django an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Django is a sativa dominant hybrid.