Today’s strain is Green Crack, each Monday there will be a new strain with snippets from around the web about the strain. If you’ve tried this strain feel free to let us know your experience. What was the high like? How did it taste? How did it smell? If you’ve got some bud and want it to make an appearance in a future Medicated Mondays, snap some pics and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include the name of the strain as well as any information you may have about it.
Name: Green Crack
From: Alternative Patient Givers (Dispensary, San Francisco)
Looks: The nugs themselves are awesome. They are very dense as you can hopefully see in the pictures. When I grind it up, I am usually pleasantly surprised by the amount that comes out in my grinder and find out that I have ground too much and will have to smoke another bowl of it later.
Smell: They smell fruity and sweet, but not like candy sweet, sweet in a refreshing way. The best way I could describe the difference in the sweetness smell would be that it smells more like a mojito than it does a margarita.
Taste: The taste is literally mouth watering.
Buzz Length: 2-3 Hours
Overall: I like to hit this the most out of my bong. I wouldn’t say that this was one hitter, but I find that the high hits me so strong and so quickly that I put my bong down a lot in between hits. I have a very high tolerance and this Green Crack does not let down.
It takes me about an hour to smoke an entire bowl because of the frequency I just let the high wash over me.
It’s fast and all consuming, like a warm ocean wave. This stuff does not creep up on you at all, the first feeling you get is a high as you will be until you take another hit, if you can. It’s constant high and does not ebb and flow like others seem to do, however, I tend to not stay as high as I would with other strains, but that’s never really a problem since when I grind up the nugs they seem to yield more than expected and I end up with an extra bowl.
The hits are somewhat harsh, but not so bad, and I always go back for another hit, just to remind myself of the taste.