Orient Express Marijuana Strain

Sativa Dominant Hybrid Strain Sativa Dominant Hybrid 60% Sativa / 40% Indica

THC: 13% - 16%

Orient Express is a slightly sativa dominant hybrid strain (60% sativa/40% indica) created through crossing the classic Vietnamese Black X China Yunnan strains. This bud brings on the spicy herbal flavors of both of its parent strains, blending them with a light skunky effect on each exhale. The aroma is pungent and skunky with an earthy spicy overtone that intensifies as the nugs are burned. The Orient Express high is that of your classic hybrid strain, with relaxing and lifted effects that fill both mind and body. You'll feel a light physical buzz at the onset of the high that slowly builds as it fills your body with deep calming relaxation and your mind with lifted euphoria. As these effects settle, you may start to feel slightly sleepy at times and pretty hungry as a case of the munchies sets in. With these effects and its moderate 13-16% average THC level, Orient Express is often chosen by patients suffering from conditions such as chronic fatigue, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, appetite loss, and Phantom Limb syndrome. This bud has heavy narrow long olive green nugs with thin minty green hairs and a frosty coating of coordinating crystal trichomes.
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first time taste of OE ..creeps up very warm comforting feeling. helping with my pain calms me.really pleasant enjoyable feeling. i like it a lot !

I found that this particular product performed exactly as I wanted. I am Bi-polar I, and have seizures. This product gave me immediate calm - mentally & physically. I would say that a ratio of 4/5 - Four times out of five gave me exactly what I needed to calm myself. However, I have not had a manic episode recently to try it. I also recommend mixing this with a Sativa to perhaps alter your perception while calming yourself.

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