Green Crack Sativa Strain Green Crack is a sativa strain which is a cross breed of Skunk 1, along with 1989 Super Sativa Seed Club, and an Afghani landrace.
The average THC level of Green Crack is 16%, and it has a CBD level of about 0.10%. Its high is known to produce an invigorating sensation, leaving the consumer energized, creative and focused. It is particularly good for helping to combat depression and stress, but also helps with fatigue and improving mental focus; it also generates a mental buzz.
The nasal system is quite tricky but then the smell of Green crack is still there same, it tastes piney and herby on the way in and sweet and tropical on the way out. Its buds are denser than the average Sativa. In flowering season, Green Crack is literally covered with resin and is completely white.
The flavors that follow are ideal for fruit lovers, as this strain is simultaneously acidic, citrusy and earthy with an exotic touch and aftertaste. Few strains can match the energy and concentration this Sativa yields.
Green Crack Sativa Strain
Green Crack has a 75% sativa content and 25% Indica content and can take about 7-9 weeks to flower when grown indoors and will produce a yield of about 18oz/m2 while it is grown between late September and early October outdoors and has an estimated outdoor yield of about 20oz/plant. These plants are tall usually above 140cm but are prone to powdery mildew
This strain produces strong cerebral and psychedelic effects which include a rejuvenating sensation that will leave you feeling buzzy and concentrated. It can deeply sharpen your focus thereby drowning out your surroundings.
This focus can also boost creativity and artistic work, as it allows users to zero in on creative projects, inspires new ideas and draws attention to certain nuances and minute details, It also creates euphoria and visual and time distortions hence its preferable to consume this drug in the morning or daytime.
How much green crack costs per oz or pound is available in a catalogue so feel free to take a glimpse. Something tells me Picasso used this to come out with all his art masterpieces, have a try and see for yourself.