Strain Review: Green Crack (or Cush)

8 Relaxed

10 Social

9 Energetic

9 Introspective

10 Creative


Due to some concerns over gaining a negative image of cannabis, Green Crack is also referred to as Green Cush. Understandable! When this hybrid expresses a dominance in sativa genes, the high is incredibly invigorating, mentally sharp, and focused. But not to worry, it’s cannabis and cannabis only. When the nuggets are green, boy are they green. Like tiny little limes, but crusty and coated in sugary trichomes. The flavor has been said to be fruity, with tones of mango. I’ve never had a batch like that, but it sounds amazing.

Medical patients like Green Cush for its affects on relieving stress and depression. With a taste like sour candy, GC is a good strain to use in tinctures, lozenges, or try it in a vaporizer. One of the most slow-creeping highs I’ve experienced in a hybrid, be careful how much you start out with. I’m guilty of this myself, but don’t go hard or the same way on every strain you try. Let Green Crush show you what it has to offer, without slamming face-first into a heavy high you can’t swim out of.

For later night needs, however, a bong rip of GC would likely do you fine. Experiment with how it makes you feel during different parts of the day. Sativa strong strains will be good for daytime use and folks with chronic anxiety or depression. Batches of GC that are more indica dominant might be better for relaxation and socialization. If you can find it, try using a high-indica breed in a group setting. Or, try it by yourself and go to a comedy or music show. Something with the potential for lots of visuals and entertainment.

Many have said it’s not a strain for beginners. You might lose your knees, forget time exists, or float away into hazy green abyss. It all depends on the batch you get. Veterans feel pain relief and can stop after just a few hits, and report the high lasting over a few hours. Others feel they gain confidence and motivation. When I tried it, I experienced the time warp others have described. Though, time always passes strangely when one consumes cannabis. A secret I’ve learned: if you can control your breath, you can control time. See if you can see what I mean, next time you’re out in fresh air and stoned off your box.

Chemical makeup

THC: 13-21%

CBD: 0-0.1%

CBN: 0-0.05%

CBG: 0.9-2.6%

THCV: 0.08-0.3%

CBC: 0-0.3%

CBL: 0-0.5%

β-Linalool: 0-0.1%

β-Myrcene: 0.04-1.4%

a-Pinene: 0-0.2%

D-Limonene: 0.1-0.4%

β-Caryophyllene: 0.1-0.5%

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