McFly Marijuana Strain

Hybrid Strain Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 22%

McFly is a cross between Sour Queen Beans and C99. It is a hybrid strain with an amazing 22% THC content. The strain is named after Marty McFly from Back to the Future and is incredibly potent. The buds are dense, but not as large as any other strain you may have medicated with before. As for the smell, it is spicy and extremely skunky. However, it is not as skunky as Spice Girls or Chinese Five Spice Powder but it is spicy nevertheless. The taste is smooth and delicious with danky undertones and peppermint or spearmint in the background. The strain offers a heady high that will have you soaring above the clouds in no time (not to be taken literally). You will feel relaxed and incredibly calm but it can knock you out if you are not careful. It takes some time for the high to kick in which is why you need to take it easy. McFly is a creeper and it will overwhelm you when you least expect it. That being said, the strain is incredibly useful if you are looking for something in order to relieve symptoms of depression. Furthermore, it is just as effective for treating medical conditions like anxiety and chronic pains and aches at the same time.
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I am a lightweight when it comes to smoking. However, I smoke a lot. This McFly is a wonderful strain. It is a smooth hitter. I love the look of it and the test. I have no problem functioning with regular day to day stuff, but once I hit the bed I am out.

Consumption Method: JointsEffects I Feel: Body High, Creeper, RelaxingHelp Me With: Anxiety, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, StressAromas: Citrus, Peppery, Pungent, WoodyFlavors: Mint, Pine, Sweet

Definitely a cool when you inhale gives you a smooth taste, w/strong aroma.

Veddy niceeee. Smooth and skunky.

Awesome strain. Growing it for the last 4 years.

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