2 catridges. BEST road trip high, exactly what I've been looking for. Clear headed, focused, and happy.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 17%Lime Skunk, otherwise known as “Lime Green Skunk,” is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing the classic Northern Lights X Super Skunk strains. If you love the flavors of skunk and citrus, you're in for one mouth-watering treat with this tasty bud. Lime Skunk has a notable flavor of lemon lime, almost like Sprite, although with a pungent skunky twist that's slightly spicy upon exhale. The aroma is just as intriguing, with a spicy skunky pungency that has a surprisingly sharp kick of lemon to it as the nugs are burned. The Lime Skunk high is just as unexpected as the flavor, with full-bodied effects that tend to lean a little more towards the sativa side even though it is evenly balanced. It starts with an energized euphoric boost that leave you feeling insanely happy with a deep felt sense of focus that leaves you with clear intentions and a feeling of motivation. As your happiness builds, your body will become slightly relaxed, although only enough to numb pain rather than affect your energy level. These sativa-heavy effects and its high 17% average THC level give Lime Skunk an edge in treating chronic pain, insomnia, chronic stress, and depression. This bud has small round bright neon green nugs with fuzzy amber hairs and a dusting of chunky oversized milky trichomes.
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First, Lime Skunk lives up to it's name. It is delicious. Others have said that it is like drinking a Sprite. I concur. More cerebral at first, the high tapers into a warm body buzz that dissolves minor aches and pains. Not great for severe neuropathy, arthritis, or my back pain. Not bad for creativity though.
Euphoric, happy and productive! The buds I found in Washington were much higher total THC. Nice skunky flavor and instant high. 😊
Amazing strain tastes like your sipping on a sprite. The high is long lasting and mellows out after about 90 minutes-2 hours leading to a nap