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About this Sativa Strain
Nevada Power is a Sativa dominant cannabis strain bred by crossing the Hybrid cannabis strains Face On Fire & Anakin OG. Reviewers who have had a chance to try Nevada Power have said it's known to be a mellow, slightly euphoric, and evenly balanced experience. In higher doses, some reviewers have said it produces a mildly sedative high.
Nevada Power tends to produce large and slightly dense, bright green buds. Some buds of this strain will have a moderately resinous layer of trichomes depending on residual moisture content and flushing techniques. You'll tend to notice sparse vivid orange hairs and light shades of purple under the layer of glandular trichomes. While it posses vibrant and appealing visual characteristics, it's also a strain that bears sweet and herbal notes, accompanied by a sour and floral aftertaste and aroma.
User's who've had a chance to try Nevada Power have said it's an excellent strain in helping with symptoms of insomnia, depression, and migraines but has also been reviewed to help stimulate the appetite. Some users have experienced dry mouth after consuming this strain, so it's recommended that you keep a drink handy before consuming this strain. Nevada Power's THC content tends to reach about 21%, while dominant terpenes found are Beta-Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Beta-Myrcene.
Frequently Asked Questions About Nevada Power
- Is Nevada Power an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Nevada Power is a Sativa Cannabis strain.
- What does Nevada Power smell like?
Nevada Power smells sweet, herbal, sour, and floral.
- What is Nevada Power?
Nevada Power is a Sativa cannabis strain cultivated by crossing the genetics of the Hybrid cannabis strain Face On Fire and Anakin OG.
- What color does Nevada Power have?
Nevada Power's buds are bright lime green and have a layer of vivid orange hairs.
- What does Nevada Power taste like?
Nevada Power tastes similar to its smell which is sweet, herbal, and slightly sour.
- Where does Nevada Power come from?
Nevada Power comes from the state of Nevada.