Green Crack Weed Strain Full Review
Green Crack is a Sativa-dominant 60/40 hybrid strain, which is also known as Green Cush. This cannabis originates from Athens in Georgia and firstly appeared in the 70’. Its lineage represents a cross between Skunk#1 and Sweet Leaf Indica. Green Cush partly owes its fame to Snoop Dogg, who was the first to name it Green Crack, but the strain itself also has properties to be appreciated.
The plant usually contents an average THC level that ranges between 21%-24% with a negligible amount of CBD. It is a pretty potent weed, which implements everything that one expects from Sativa. Due to its effects, it is not the wisest choice for newbies to start with, and even seasoned smokers shouldn’t take it lightly. According to the reviewers, it is a perfect strain to start the morning with, but definitely not for evenings.
Cooking is another option to use Green Crack, but the high becomes much more potent. People who suffer from psychological problems have to remember that edibles can even worsen their condition. On the other hand, they are great for pain alleviation.
This weed emits a fruity-citrusy aroma, with woody and earthy hints. At the same time, the taste is rather sweet and citrusy, redolent of mango.
Smoking this marijuana always starts with a mood-change, which is full of happiness, optimism, and motivation. On top of that, an energy burst and a boost of creativity are perfectly complementing previous effects. A potent cerebral high provides the correct mindset for both routine and creative activity.
When talking about medical and recreational use, this strain is very beneficial for relieving fatigue, anxiety, and depression. It is a helpful hand for people suffering from a lack of energy and tends to ease stress and social anxiety. If consumed in sensible amounts, usually, there are no side effects.
Green Crack seeds are available for purchase on the Internet. The growing process is not very difficult, and even novices can handle it. But the plant demands a sunny Mediterranean climate with low humidity and a temperature between 72-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, it’s necessary to remember about its weakness to mildew and regularly trim broad leaves on the top to let the lower stems get more sunlight. It can be grown indoors and outdoors. When raised outside, the amount of yield is slightly larger. On the other hand, if grown indoors, it is easier to regulate the temperature, but it also requires proper humidity control. The flowering cycle longs about 7-9 weeks and the best time to harvest outdoor plants is in late September or early October.