Scroopy Noopers Marijuana Strain

Hybrid 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 23% - 24%

Scroopy Noopers is a rare evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) or slightly indica dominant hybrid strain (60% indica/40% sativa) created through crossing the classic Girl Scout Cookies X Stardawg strains. Named for the infamous Rick & Morty character, Scroopy Noopers packs a soothing and relaxing high that's perfect for taking on any mental or physical aches or pains. You'll feel the cerebral effects of Scroopy Noopers slowly build in the back of the head and behind the eyes, expanding its reach forward through your brain and leaving you feeling happy and lifted with a touch of creativity. This expansive feeling will soon work its way throughout your limbs, anchoring you to the couch and leaving you fully relaxed from head to toe. In combination with its super high 23-24% average THC level, these soothing effects give Scroopy Noopers an edge in treating conditions such as chronic pain, muscle spasms or cramps, spasticity, inflammation and nausea or appetite loss. This bud has a sweet and spicy mocha coffee flavor with a touch of dark chocolate to it, too. The aroma is of spicy chocolate and earthy coffee with touches of woody pine throughout. Scroopy Noopers buds have small rounded and piecey bright neon green nugs with thin orange hairs and a coating of tiny golden white crystal trichomes.
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This is some strong stuff and I only smoke loud so that's saying something. The body high is very much like LSD (including some colourful geometric CEV's (Closed Eye Visuals) if you concentrate hard enough to not fall asleep. Which is tricky because this strain is very sedating yet so euphoric in feeling as well. It's a very pleasant experience (yet strong) for a veteran smoker even but for a rookie it may throw them off. But for my taste and the fact it's a cross of GSC and Stardawg (two of my favorite strains also) I give it 5 stars. This goes hard.

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