Green Crack may have very well been the most popular strain of 2016. This particular sativa cannabis plant (100% sativa) still packs that lemony scent and flavor characteristic of its namesakes, as Super Green Crack also appears chunky and frosty, too. When smoked, this strain tastes distinctly of diesel and blue cheese, giving it a unique flavor profile.
Lab data indicates it’s pretty strong stuff: 18-23% THC and 1% CBN.
For patients, this strain borrows the best part of its Green Crack parent: pure energy. It’ll definitely get you wired, and if you’re trying to combat couch-lock, this strain will certainly have you on your feet and moving. It may also work well for alleviating cramps, abdominal pains, inflammation, and exhaustion. Many smokers find it helps with destressing and elevating low moods, too.
Common side effects from Super Green Crack include cottonmouth and dry eyes. Indica lovers may find this sativa gives them the jitters, paranoia, or light headedness.
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Super Green Crack was made by crossing Super Silver Haze with Green Crack. It’s origins remain a mystery.