Green Crack Strain
Sometimes shock value can be a big asset when naming and marketing strains. Originally called “Cush”, this strain is now known as Green Crack Strain by none other than cannabis connoisseur Snoop Dogg.
Stemming from Skunk No. 1, Green Crack brings you a razor-sharp focus for hours on end anytime you consume it. There are very few strains that compare to the clarity and energy of Green Crack making it an extremely unique strain. This makes it great for daytime use when you’re fighting your fatigue, but still need to be productive. Green Crack tastes great too with a fruity mango flavor you can’t miss.
If you need a pick me up during your day to fight your fatigue, stress, or depression, Green Crack makes for a great companion.
Although some still prefer the name Cush to sidestep any unwanted cannabis stigma, the love for this fruity and earthy strain is unanimous. It delivers a trippy and energetic high that’s perfect for daytime use. Its potency — Green Crack Strain averages 16% THC content — ensures that you’ll feel uplifted for hours to come.
Rust-colored pistils stand out against the colorful flowers. Cured properly, the flowers have a bright citrus scent with mellow undertones of earthiness and wood. The smoke is very smooth and leaves a tang at the top of the palate and the back of the tongue, reminiscent of mango. On the exhale, smoke tastes vaguely hashy and spicy, perhaps evidence of Afghani in its lineage.
Despite mostly indica physical characteristics, Green Crack Strain has a strong and buzzy Sativa high. Green Crack’s potency can make mundane like dishes and laundry tasks more interesting. It’s also an inspiring smoke — its sharp sense of focus can help users zero in on creative projects or can draw attention to the nuances in a piece of music or a movie. Green Crack Strain can also have some slightly psychedelic effects, including visual distortions and, particularly, an odd sense of time dilation. Because it doesn’t have many physically relaxing indica properties.
It’s more easily grown indoors where conditions can be controlled. Plants can reach between 3 and 4 feet tall with strong lateral branching.