Epoxy Marijuana Strain

Hybrid Strain Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 21% - 30%

Epoxy, also known as “Epoxy OG,” is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the infamous Gorilla Glue #4 X Double Barrel OG strains. Like its parent strains, this bud packs a super stoney high that leaves you feeling totally unfocused and out of it for hours and hours on end. The high starts with a rush of cerebral effects that work their way through your mind, leaving you totally lifted and stoned, floating through unfocused thoughts without a care in the world. As your mind settles, your body will begin to follow suit, succumbing to a tingly buzzy effect that washes over you and leaves you totally couch-locked and immovable. Thanks to these effects and its high 21-30% average THC level, Epoxy is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as migraines or headaches, chronic fatigue, depression, chronic stress, and nausea or appetite loss. This bud has a super pungent skunky kush flavor with a rich diesel exhale. The aroma is very similar, although heavily pungent and dank, enough to fill a room with its stench. Epoxy buds have grape-shaped light green nugs with bright orange hairs, amber crystal trichomes, and a thick coating of super sticky resin throughout.
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I like to try as many strains as I can, so I am up on the correct information and the effect this strain had on me. Epoxy OG is quite a kicker. The first hit I took made me a little light- headed. I have had very few strains that could stagger me with one hit. Epoxy is a very hardcore strain if you are not careful this strain will glue you to the couch for hours. I can not deny the power of this strain. It is able to plant you with 3 hits. It is stronger than anything else I have had this year. And I have had some good ones like epoxy.

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