Green Crack Strain Review
Green Crack has been one of the most controversial strains not because of its effects or its origin but because of its name. Often, people misunderstood it as a type of cocaine. It is said, though, that it was the famous rapper Snoop Dogg who renamed it to Green Crack from its original name “Green Cush.” Apparently, it is due to the cerebral effects it induces and how users tend to not let it go after trying it.
Green Crack is the posh of strains. Bred during the early 1990’s in Athens, Ohio, it then made its way to Georgia and California. This “cush” is a cross of the legendary Skunk #1 and Sweet Leaf.
|White Widow Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Brazilian x South Indian|
|Sat`iva / Indica Ratio||40% / 60%|
|Flowering Period||8 weeks / End of September|
|Average Yield||800 g/m2, 900 g/plant outdoor|
Odor and Flavors
Green Crack is undoubtedly a sweet treat for strain users. It has an invigorating tropical and refreshing, earthy odor with a note of mango. When smoked, it produces a smooth earthy taste with a more pronounced citrusy taste that is reminiscent of being in a paradise island.
Green Crack is the black coffee of strains, the perfect cannabis hybrid to open up those eyelids. Being Sativa dominant, its effects are mostly cerebral. As its onset, it delivers an energizing buzz that not only uplifts the spirit but also makes users feel euphoric.
Already in a jolly mood, Green Crack also clears the mind, sharpens focus and heightens creativity. Getting work done is easier, fans of this strain claim. In fact, some people even hint at how this strain is especially useful for artists and designers.
Green Crack is an excellent choice for daytime use. However, it should also be used within limits. It is a potent strain that if users are not careful, they can be overwhelmed with narcotic-like effects.
Green Crack is an intense cannabis. As such, its side effects are likely to be more pronounced compared to many other strains. As expected with using marijuana, users may experience dry mouth and eyes. Hence, it is preferable to drink a lot of water before even using it.
More than a few users have also reported feeling more anxious after using this strain. Some even felt paranoid. It is likely the result of overindulging. To prevent these adverse reactions from occurring, or at the very least, minimize it, use only a small amount.
Another adverse effect that some users may experience is to have a mild headache. Usually, this does not last long.
Medical Use and Benefits
Due to its smaller Indica side, much of the medical benefits of Green Crack is mainly a result of the cerebral high it induces. Given how it effortlessly uplifts the mood, it follows that it can destroy stress without much trouble. Consequently, it helps people suffering from depression be positively productive throughout the day by giving them the feeling of happiness and self-confidence.
Even if Green Crack does not do much to be considered as beneficial for physical related pains, there are cases where muscle pains and arthritis is relieved with its use. Such claims remain anecdotal, though.
Green Crack does help with the energetic buzz it delivers. It enables people to feel motivated and has the energy to do their tasks. Hence, it is useful in fighting off the effects of fatigue.
Finally, people with problems eating can use this strain to stimulate their appetite. During the comedown of its effects, most people have the urge to eat as they are sure to feel like they have not eaten for days.
Growing Green Crack
Growing cannabis is fun, and that is one of the top reasons for getting started. Not to mention, it is economical in the long run. Although most strains require some experience, Green Crack is the exemption rather than the rule. In other words, this is the perfect strain for beginners in cultivating plants. Still, growers will need to be vigilant in its care and watch out for symptoms of pests and diseases. In particular, this plant is susceptible to mildew.
This versatile plant grows equally well indoors and outdoors. If growers do decide to plant it in the backyard garden, it has to be in an area where the environment is similar to the Mediterranean. An advantage of planting out in the open is that it is economical and in the case of Green Crack, it actually does better than compared to indoors. It has a flowering time that begins in the last days of September, and each plant can produce up to 550 grams of buds.
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