Cinderella 99

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 85% Sativa / 15% Indica

THC: 16% - 22%

This medical marijuana strain which is often called as C99 was originally developed by 'Brothers Grimm'. This is one among the hybrid strains which was created by crossing Jack Herer with Shiva Skunk. This is a sativa-dominant strain and its indica/sativa ratio are found to be 15:85. The THC level of this strain is found to be around 22%. This was among the 'Top 10 Strains of 2009' list in the High Times. The plant appears to be light-green colored with orange-colored hairs all over. Numerous crystals can be found in all parts of the dense bud. This strain is famous for its mild citrus/tropical smells. When used, this strain will give off a piney flavor with hints of fruity flavor. Cinderella 99 is found to be good for daytime use with its effects lasting for up to 90 minutes. The users of this strain have found that this strain would help coping with the problems of ache, pains, stress, anxiety, depression and even migraines. This marijuana strain is also helpful in easing out inflammation, increasing hunger and combating nausea. This is also found to be an effective energy booster for the patients having fatigue.

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 85% Sativa / 15% Indica

THC: 16% - 22%

This medical marijuana strain which is often called as C99 was originally developed by 'Brothers Grimm'. This is one among the hybrid strains which was created by crossing Jack Herer with Shiva Skunk. This is a sativa-dominant strain and its indica/sativa ratio are found to be 15:85. The THC level of this strain is found to be around 22%. This was among the 'Top 10 Strains of 2009' list in the High Times. The plant appears to be light-green colored with orange-colored hairs all over. Numerous crystals can be found in all parts of the dense bud. This strain is famous for its mild citrus/tropical smells. When used, this strain will give off a piney flavor with hints of fruity flavor. Cinderella 99 is found to be good for daytime use with its effects lasting for up to 90 minutes. The users of this strain have found that this strain would help coping with the problems of ache, pains, stress, anxiety, depression and even migraines. This marijuana strain is also helpful in easing out inflammation, increasing hunger and combating nausea. This is also found to be an effective energy booster for the patients having fatigue.
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I love the high. I get the Jack Herer in the beginning then the Indica kicks in later. Very interesting strain. I love those Hybrid strains; they take you to the next level.


Pretty good sativa, although honestly, although it had an excellent fruity taste, I found the high to be like a "strong Jack Herer". Which is obviously good, but nowhere near the kind of praise you hear from enthusiasts. I would try it again, to be sure, but an evening of trying this made me wonder why people are so crazy about it!


Potent strain good for mornings gets you stuck and has a spicy herb smell to it


Lovely, and comparable to Dela Haze. Very good at relieveing a gloomy day, and keep you on track.


sleep n eat n recovery bud


Its the Doomsday of Sativa Strains


Fire. Perfect for the Sativa fan. Incredible cerebral high.


Great Sativa. Very uplifting without anxiety.


Have had a bunch of times love it temescal wellness in Dover nh had this and it ranges from 18-28 pct great for pain taste and smell can be from earthy to a berry like taste I really recommend


Cindy 99 is a Great Sativa. Goes to the head fast very uplifting and stoney. Great smell and flavors

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