This stuff rocks. Just got 2 grams from Native Herb farms to try. something about being from the northwest naturally piqued my interest when I hear of a strain called mt Rainier. To be specific, I got the #2 strain. Flavor, clouds, and smell were super pungent and I also got a taste of coconut in there which was cool. The effects are fantastic. Washes over you in under a minute after inhale. Total chill out mode. I go to the park every day this week and smoke a bowl of this and it feels fantastic. It's got an adventurous sativa characteristic as well as a polar opposite body high indica characteristic where u want to be happy and relax. Definately a great hybrid strain where it literally meets right in the middle of indica and sativa. Smoke was very smooth both flower and rolling a joint. Delicious too. 10/10. Wasnt expecting anything but got some pure triple A gasoline. So awesome.
Hybrid - 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 16%Mt. Rainier #2 is a phenotype of the infamous Mt. Rainier strain bred for a better balance between its indica and sativa heritage and resulting effects. With a 16% average THC level and a full-body high that's not too overwhelming in mind or body, Mt. Rainier #2 is the perfect hybrid bud for anyone looking for a great high without the negative effects. The high starts with a relaxing uplifted effect that infuses you with a sense of happy calm without causing too much of a boost in energy. As this effect builds and builds, a subtle tingling will start in the back of your head and run down your spine, slowly spreading throughout the rest of your body and leaving you completely numb. Many report Mt. Rainier #2 acting as an aphrodisiac of sorts as this body buzz builds. These effects give Mt. Rainier an edge in treating conditions such as chronic pain, muscle spasms or cramps, appetite loss, insomnia, and migraines or headaches. Mt. Rainier #2 buds have dense grape-shaped nugs with sparse amber hairs and a frosty thick coating of tiny milky white trichomes. The flavor and aroma of Mt. Rainier #2 are just as skunky and pungent as its parent strain, although you may detect some citrus and pine in this phenotype.