Apple Fritter Weed Strain
Finally, apples are getting the credit they deserve! Apple cider has re-entered the fruit bowl after a long absence and has begun to drip like morning dew from our favorite cannabis tree branches. It’s curious that despite the abundance of hundreds of different fruit kinds, apple — a fruit that may be as mild-mannered as cantaloupe — is only now making its way into the glacial lake where infinite terpene rivers meet and exchange new flavors and fragrances acquired on their separate trips.
Apple Fritter strain is the result of breeding Sour Apple with Animal Cookies. Rarely do I agree with a strain’s reputation as an even 50/50 hybrid, but this time I do. When contrasting sativa and indica characteristics, it is as symmetrical as it gets. Cindy 99 and Sour Diesel, two powerful sativa giants, are contributed to the gene pool by their Sour Apple father. Surprisingly, the Fire OG and Girl Scout Cookies components of its parent strain Animal Cookies prevent and even delay the predicted raciness effects of two such sativa-heavy strains. Overall, the effects of Apple Fritters and OG Kush are very similar.
This strain has very little to no uplift and is soothing. It may be used at any time of day or night because your feet stay on the ground. The calming effects aren’t strong enough to sap your drive, and they make for an excellent tool for both concentrated work and busy work, acting as a chilly breeze to keep your face cool while you navigate the challenges of day-to-day life.
Patients who suffer from chronic pain, sadness, or stress like apple fritters.
Cereal Milk Weed Strain
Although the Cereal Milk strain isn’t widely available (yet), it is rapidly gaining favor in the marijuana industry. The creator of well-known strains like Wedding Cake, Runtz, Gelato, Sunset Sherbet, and many more, Cookies, is the guy behind the sativa-indica hybrid.
The strain derives its name from its sweet, cereal-milk-like flavor and scent, as you would have imagined. As a result, it’s popular for people to refer to the strain where it’s sold as the Cereal and Milk strain.
Cookies crossed the Y Life and Snowman breeds to produce the cereal milk taste. Due to these factors, the strain produces a powerful yet well-balanced blend of effects. After that, here is a more thorough explanation of all you need know about cereal milk.
Blue Dream Weed Strain
Blue Dream (also known as Azure Haze), a strong hybrid of the perennially popular classic strains Blueberry and Haze, is a mysterious, slightly sativa-dominant variety. It is not simply dreamlike because to its fantastic flavor and buzzy, intellectual high; many people also think that its origins must have been a dream, therefore its history has practically been erased from the books.
Although no one knew who produced it or where it came from, the majority of people assumed it was created in Santa Cruz, California, where it initially gained notoriety in the medical world. The strain eventually attracted the attention of renowned breeder DJ Short, who has diligently labored to provide us with the current iteration.
This heavenly bud offers more than just attractive appearances and flavor because to its moderately high THC range, which ranges between 17% and 24%. This strain excels in treating a wide range of diseases because the CBD and CBN concentrations are at 2% and 1%, respectively. Long after the smoke has stopped, the mouthwatering aromas of blueberry and sugar are still there in the air and on your tongue. The nugs are tall and bushy, with milky white trichomes in profusion and deep blue colors. They also have amber and blue hairs.
Gelato Weed Strain
The Gelato strain is a creamy, fruity hybrid strain created by crossing Sherbet and Thin Mint GSC (or Sunset Sherbet). Gelato, which comes from Cookie Fam Genetics in San Francisco, California, has a sweet fragrance that corresponds to its name. A genotype of Gelato called “Gelato #33” or just “Larry Bird”—named after his illustrious jersey number—is also in use. This strain is potent and will not leave you couch-locked, with pain-relieving, lucid, and psychedelic effects that tend toward indica. Legendary among users for both medicinal and recreational purposes, but could be too potent for lighter drinkers.
With sweet undertones from its Sherbet father and earthy, herbal undertones from its Thin Mint side, this daytime/early evening hybrid pairs well with sweet fruit and earthy veggies. Consider a farm-to-table lunch with a decadent dessert to round it out. To go with your flower and lunch, we advise a vodka or gin, especially with a sweet citrus.
A unique mix from the Californian Bay Area is gelato. This midday strain might aid with discomfort and appetite loss while boosting your mood. This earthy, sweet flower, which gets its name from the dessert, is a favorite because of its scent and vigor. With some farm-to-table goodies, white wine, vodka, gin, and, of course, gelato for dessert, we’re happy to pair!
Biscotti Weed Strain
A tasty cross between the venerable Gelato #25 X Girl Scout Cookies X South Florida OG strains produced the uncommon indica dominating hybrid known as the Biscotti strain (80% indica/20% sativa). You’ve discovered the perfect traditional indica if you’re seeking for one with an amazingly exquisite flavor. With an average THC content of 25%, biscotti delivers all the effects and flavor you could ever desire in every delightful puff.
The cerebral effects of the biscotti high hit you quickly, sending your mind into a pure elevated state of unfocused joy. Your physical form will experience a tranquil body high while your mind calms, enabling you to unwind and unwind without a worry in the world. With this high, you’ll start to feel giddy and stoned and start laughing uncontrollably at everything and everyone around you. Biscotti is frequently used to treat diseases including persistent stress or anxiety, depression, mood swings, and chronic pain because of these effects and its high THC content.
This flower has a thick, peppery exhale along with an absolutely delectable sweet cookie taste. The scent has a distinct cookie effect and is composed of earthy herbs and fruits. Spade-shaped dark olive green nugs with long dark orange hairs and a thick frosty covering of dazzling white crystal trichomes are the characteristics of biscotti buds.