GREEN CRACK STRAIN
Green Crack strain, also known as “Green Crush” and “Mango Crack,” is a potent Sativa marijuana strain made by crossing Skunk #1 with an unknown indica. This strain is beloved by many consumers for its energizing effects. But don’t let the name fool you: this is pure cannabis. Few strains compare to Green Crack’s sharp energy and focus as it induces an invigorating mental buzz that keeps you going throughout the day. With a tangy, fruity flavor redolent of mango, Green Crack is a great daytime strain that may help consumers fight fatigue, stress, and depression. Because the name “Green Crack” perpetuates a negative image of cannabis, some people have taken to calling this strain Cush (with a ‘C’) or Green Cush instead.
About this Sativa Strain
Green Crack is a hybrid cannabis strain that’s often used when energy is needed. Just like drinking a caffeinated cup of coffee, consumers say Green Crack provides a jolt in energy that’s perfect for a wake and bake session. As the body feels invigorated, so does the mind with laser-sharp focus. You can choose to complete important tasks on this strain, go out to a social event, enjoy an amusement, or any other range of activities.
Its THC content can be anywhere between 15 and 25% so check the label of this strain before consuming. Users say to be careful to not over-indulge in this strain as it can lead to paranoia or spacey thoughts and anxiousness. The dominating terpene in Green Crack is linalool, which can be calming to some. This is what helps consumers to focus rather than allow thoughts to wander according to reviewers.
Green Crack often smells of lemon tea, being rich and earthy with a light citrusy undertone. Its genetics stems from Skunk #1 and an unknown Indica and can produce dark green cone-shaped buds that are dense and filled with vivid burnt orange pistils. An interesting fact about this strain is that it was renamed by Snoop Dogg. Its original name was Green Kush. This strain is an excellent choice for novice growers since it does well in both indoor and outdoor climates and has been reviewed as fairly easy to cultivate.