Wedding Crasher Strain

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

THC: 13% - 21%

Wedding Crasher is a sativa dominant hybrid strain created through a potent cross of the classic Wedding Cake X Purple Punch strains. You ready to crash this wedding? You'd better be prepared for a super long-lasting and energizing high that will get you up and moving on the dance floor, working on your to-do list or simply getting in on meaningful conversation with friends and family. You'll feel a lift at the onset of the high, immediately slamming into your mind with a sense of happiness and motivation. You'll be infused with a sense of creative energy and focus that has you feeling laser-sharp with mental clarity that replaces any negative feelings or racing thoughts. As your mind flies higher, you'll feel a sense of sociability wash over you, giving you the energy that you need to easily converse with those around you. In combination with its high 13-21% average THC level, these effects make Wedding Crasher perfect for treating depression, chronic stress, mood swings, nausea or appetite loss and inflammation. This bud has a sweet and fruity grape berry flavor with a light vanilla exhale. The aroma is very similar, although with an earthy diesel effect to it. Wedding Crasher buds have long forest green nugs with thin orange hairs, purple undertones and a coating of tiny amber crystal trichomes.
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Wedding Crasher 23.23 THC 5/6/20 Cultivator:Revolution The nuggets seemed a bit dry, but remained resinous and sticky, leaving stickiness to the fingers after breaking up a bud. The smell is of blue fruits (primarily blueberry/grape) with lavender, and undertones of a lemony citrus. The presence of multiple terpenoids is experienced both with the smell and the taste. The taste is fruit-forward, and can be described as “blueberry cookies” with a bready finish. The myrcene presence obscures some of the more subtle floral notes. Bold hints of pepper, giving the taste a bite, but the finish is generally smooth with a soft vanilla finish. The high is very potent, complete, and lasting. This is a fine choice for an evening smoke offering relaxation and great taste. Taste:9.5 Aroma:8.5 Bud Quality/Curing: 9.5 Terpene: 9.5/10 High: 9.5 Overall: 92/100 Strain notes: (Wedding Cake x Purple Punch). Hybrid. Purported terpenes: Limonene, Myrcene, Caryophyllene, Pinene, Elemene.

I’m just high. It definitely had a grape flavor. I’m getting a head high. It’s nice and relaxed, I’m surprise myself that I’m still around biking.

I can always taste a sativa dominant hybrid... I enjoy the buzz.. Don't always have to be so THC dominant. Been smokin since 1973 and have trying many many strains.. This one is decent to my issues..

This strain I had was weak. The weed in the palm of hand is mine. Looks nice smells great but high isn't good. It has potential but not this grow/grower. Would hate to try my luck on it the next time around due to this experience

Decent. Not sure that I would seek it out again.

The taste and appearance are really nice. I got a light Pine taste and also got a decent amount of purple throughout. The head is exactly where you want to be while getting stuff done. Strong, but not overly. Great hybrid

Smoking it right now nice high smooth taste

Pretty potent, stinky, skunky/piney & tasty stuff. The aesthetics are beautiful, the nugs are super frosty and perfectly hand trimmed. Only con, if you can call it that, is that it's super sticky and hard to break up by hand. Also trying to roll a cone is a bit of a challenge if you're not a good roller.

Wedding Crasher by Floracal Farms is an Sativa leaning Hybrid containing 24% THC. Solid, sage green buds with tan pistils & fine sugar crystal trichomes everywhere. The smell & taste is sweet & spicy. Fuel & fruity grape berry. Effects made me upbeat, cheerful, & calm/mellow. Lineage: Wedding Cake & Purple Punch. Medicate On.....

Smoke a lot of different strains and this one rates up there with a cpl more

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