Cereal Milk Strain

Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 18% - 23%

Cereal Milk is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the potent Snowman X Y-Life strains. Looking for a super unique flavor and a long-lasting high that's perfect for a lazy weekend day? You've found it with Cereal Milk. This lovely lady packs a sweet and creamy sugary taste with hints of fruits and berries throughout., almost like a leftover bowl of cereal milk The aroma is very similar, although with a light herbal touch to it, too. The Cereal Milk high is just as delightful as the flavor, with effects that will have you feeling calm yet focused for hours on end. You'll feel a euphoric lift at the onset of the high, filling your entire mind with a sense of pure happiness and lifted bliss. As your mind reaches new heights, you'll feel an influx of creative energy and sociability, boosting your mental clarity and focus. With these effects and its high 18-23% average THC level, Cereal Milk is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress, nausea or appetite loss, chronic fatigue, depression and chronic pain. This bud has tapered fat heart-shaped olive green nugs with minty undertones, dark orange hairs and a coating of frosty white crystal trichomes.
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Probably the best fruity smelling bud I’ve ever had. Smells just like the name. Cookie fam strain so of course fire 🔥 with a great high

Smoked This strain In a GLO extracts cartridge and oh my god! The taste is absolutely amazing!And it's awesome If you're out hanging around people and you have anxiety. Definitely a good strain for being sociable. A d their version of it was even better than the flower I had. Unbelievable for pain And relaxation also

Fucking excellent. Very quality stuff for being a new strain. Usually these new strain r a lil wacky. But this, has a high thats truly satisfying and unique. Its a 5 star to me. 25 yr smoker.

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