Green Crack

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 65% Sativa / 35% Indica

THC: 15% - 25%

A perennial favorite, Green Crack is a sativa-dominant hybrid that was bred by inbreeding Skunk #1. Green Crack is usually sativa-dominant, but there's also a less popular indica-heavy version of the strain. Green Crack got its name from Snoop Dogg, though it's also known as Green Cush or simply Cush among smokers who prefer not to reference cocaine. This highly addictive strain is massively potent, with top THC levels reaching 24%. It has a sativa/indica ratio of 65:35. The high is decidedly cerebral, with a big mood boost and a jolt of energy. This strain spurs creativity and helps patients get things done. It's most effective in treating anxiety and depression, along with ADHD, PTSD, and migraines. Green Crack has a sweet flavor with tropical and citrus notes. The buds are dense and tight. Dry mouth occurs frequently, while dry eyes, dizziness, and paranoia, happen less often. It's most common in the Pacific Northwester, California, Arizona, and Colorado. But it can be found almost anywhere else with relative ease. It's one of the most popular strains on the black market for this reason.

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 65% Sativa / 35% Indica

THC: 15% - 25%

A perennial favorite, Green Crack is a sativa-dominant hybrid that was bred by inbreeding Skunk #1. Green Crack is usually sativa-dominant, but there's also a less popular indica-heavy version of the strain. Green Crack got its name from Snoop Dogg, though it's also known as Green Cush or simply Cush among smokers who prefer not to reference cocaine. This highly addictive strain is massively potent, with top THC levels reaching 24%. It has a sativa/indica ratio of 65:35. The high is decidedly cerebral, with a big mood boost and a jolt of energy. This strain spurs creativity and helps patients get things done. It's most effective in treating anxiety and depression, along with ADHD, PTSD, and migraines. Green Crack has a sweet flavor with tropical and citrus notes. The buds are dense and tight. Dry mouth occurs frequently, while dry eyes, dizziness, and paranoia, happen less often. It's most common in the Pacific Northwester, California, Arizona, and Colorado. But it can be found almost anywhere else with relative ease. It's one of the most popular strains on the black market for this reason.
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Super heavy sativa head stone. Slaps you in the face, neck and chest with a sledge hammer. Go easy on this one...two hits and you're cooked!


Green Crack is such an UNbelievably good strain! Its A++! The appearance,taste,& aroma is 1 of a kind!


Not My favorite strain. I'd say it was more anxiety producing than action producing for me. Just an overall restless feeling that I don't enjoy. It hits very fast and hard, and is super heady. I kinda get why it's called crack actually...🤪 Me, I prefer downers so not going to be my go-to.


I knew better but......I tried to save a buck. Bought a top shelf of Green Crack in the past & it was a really good Sativa (4 out of 5 stars). When i had this chance to pick up the bottom shelf of the strain i did so & needless to say i paid for it. High was short lived & the bud was a bit on the dry side. Always remember you get what you pay for in life.


This one is a special case sativa dominant strain that has no terpinolene. Most hazes and jack herrer derivatives rely on terpinolene to give that day time buzz, but that terpinolen this strain doesn't have the classic


I wish you could ring a bell or receive a sticker when you find your absolute #1 go to strain in all situations. I have been researching different Sativa strains for about 3 months now. Green Crack hits every point of everything I was looking for. I was looking for mood lifting, energy, functionality, get shit done girl! Intake is smooth, first thought was it tasted like wheatgrass, lemony, earthy and hardly makes you cough. Nice taste. As a mom of 3 teens, I'm a discreet vapor. I wanted to point out too that you are still clear headed enough to work productively. For me, it absolutely gave me the best happy euphoria feeling everytime for at least a few hours. This strain has helped me get my ass up and going after a sad beak up of 4 yrs. This strain has made me feel up to reaching out to family and friends more. This gets me dancing in the kitchen listening to music. I have the most optimistic attitude. On the come down it is so sly and slow. No tiredness after. If this worked for every one, what a wonderful world this would be. My second choice is J1, another great one that worked for me.


Very srong strain but also short lasting like Sour Deisel.


This is an amazing strain, it helps my fibo pain and really lifts my mood. Would make this one of my top five favorites.


This has become my morning go to. For me it is like 2 advil and a cup of coffee. It is a clear headed high with a boost of energy and pain relief.


There was a lot of hype recently about green crack in the area. So I thought I better give it a try. First, I got mine on the black market. The buds were all small tight nuggets that were dry and well handled. Not much to look at. The smell was very sweet and fruity. I rolled it in a mango HD slow burn blunt. The taste was nice, but didn’t grab me. To me the reason to buy green crack is the smooth smoke. No harshness or cough. Very smooth mellow and sweet on the inhale and just as easy on the exhale. Now to the 3 star rating. I did mention I got an old batch so take that in consideration. I smoked this twice. Once when I got it and then a wake n bake before this review. The high was weak and didn’t really impress me. My wife agreed. It was okay, but for medicating or just having fun you could do better.

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