Red Congolese Strain

Sativa

THC: 18% - 20%

Red Congolese is an insanely popular 100% pure sativa strain that is the result of a cross between a female Congolese X Mexican Sativa X Afghani. This dank bud won 3rd Place for Best at High Times' Cannabis Cup in 2013, and boasts a THC level that ranges from 18-20% on average. The Red Congolese high is often described as a feeling of elation and awareness with alertness and an increased ability to focus. This is accompanied by a light tingly body high with amplified senses and excitable energy that slowly fades into a feeling of tranquility and well-being. Because of these uplifting effects, this strain is often used as a wake-and-bake treatment, and is ideal for treating patients suffering from conditions such as anxiety disorders, tension, chronic stress, and fatigue. The Red Congolese buds have fluffy and airy light minty green nugs with deep orange and red undertones, thin fiery orange hairs, a layer of fine crystal trichomes, and are sticky with syrupy sweet resin. With a fruity cheesy aroma and a taste of spicy berry, Red Congolese certainly is a delicious treatment option for any medical cannabis patient.

Sativa

THC: 18% - 20%

Red Congolese is an insanely popular 100% pure sativa strain that is the result of a cross between a female Congolese X Mexican Sativa X Afghani. This dank bud won 3rd Place for Best at High Times' Cannabis Cup in 2013, and boasts a THC level that ranges from 18-20% on average. The Red Congolese high is often described as a feeling of elation and awareness with alertness and an increased ability to focus. This is accompanied by a light tingly body high with amplified senses and excitable energy that slowly fades into a feeling of tranquility and well-being. Because of these uplifting effects, this strain is often used as a wake-and-bake treatment, and is ideal for treating patients suffering from conditions such as anxiety disorders, tension, chronic stress, and fatigue. The Red Congolese buds have fluffy and airy light minty green nugs with deep orange and red undertones, thin fiery orange hairs, a layer of fine crystal trichomes, and are sticky with syrupy sweet resin. With a fruity cheesy aroma and a taste of spicy berry, Red Congolese certainly is a delicious treatment option for any medical cannabis patient.
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Grade A+! It had a heavy high for a sativa.


Excelente sativa, deals with fatigue and nausea very well. it does not make hungry, and keeps you focused and energized for at least two hours. Great pain muscle reliever. I am not a fan of pure Sativa but this one is a keeper. Great mood enhancer.


The video was funny, but let’s talk about 2018 Red Congolese!! First it always sucks to get dry weed, so that didn’t help the video rating. My 1/2 was sticky and super stinky. The buds were a medium to dark green with dark red hairs. Looked like it was on fire. The smell got stronger when I broke it up. In a lot of ways it reminds me of Durban poison. Has a danky earthy flavor that will lift your spirits and relieve your pain. Just like Durban, it’s an appetite suppressant. If you want a lift without the munchies your gonna love this🤪


not a landrace sativa or 100pct sativa. it has afghan genetics. very sweet lemony pie taste to it not a classy strain at all


red congolese is a pure sativa .. curious as to why it's labelled as a indica


I have only seen this strain sold as a sativa. It works great in relieving pain and clearing the mind from stress and negative thoughts. It provides an energetic feeling and increases awareness and creativity. It doesn't seem to increase your appetite unless you were already hungry when you smoked it.

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