Green crack, Agent Orange and Nepalese. Californian Medical Strain Review.
Green crack, Agent Orange and Nepalese. Californian Medical Strain Review. On my hunt for the perfect strain for the symptoms of my MS I have came across some nice strains from California when I was there this summer. I would like to share them with you my for this medical strain review. I hope you enjoy reading! Name. Green Crack. Appearance. Light green rock hard bud formations, light orange hairs looks like its going to blow your head off. Aroma/Flavour. Earthy and skunky with a little hit of citrus - more like a lime then a orange or lemon. Definitely quite sweet and a smooth smoke. Taste is really nice. Effects. I will say this only, this “batch” tested at 23% THC Comments. It had a little trouble burning, but my gosh I felt high! Name. Agent Orange Appearance. Very pale, small calyxes but very pronounced formations, Pointy with lots of orange hairs very lots of crystals Aroma/Flavour. Smells abit funky - and yeah in a bad way, has that kind of musky smell like a lot of auto flowering varieties that I have tried. Taste is very smoky and not so pleasant if im honest, I don’t think she was treated very well! Effects. None - due to the fact it tasted so bad I didn’t smoke it. Comments. Badly grown and not very nice, still it beats the contaminated cannabis you find so often in the UK - if I hadn’t have been in California surrounded by buds I wanted to smoke, and been in the UK id have smoked it no problem! Name. Nepalese Appearance. Dark greens ranging from very deep dark greens to more luscious hues, small but visible creamy hairs. Aroma/Flavour. Spicy, sweet and very earthy more fruity tones come out when smoking but it tastes similar to the smell. Effects. Nice body relaxing stone, very effective for my pain and spasms. Comments. A really nice smoke, good taste and good symptom relief. More Californian reviews soon, plus look out for more exclusive strain reviews in I Smoke Magazine out every month. Clark French.