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Indica Hybrid

Unknown Hybrid

Green Poison Strain

Green Poison is an indica-dominant strain that is a mystery to the industry. This 70/30 indica hybrid is famous for having a hard-hitting flavor and aroma. Green Poison does not always test the highest but, is still a soothing smoke. This strain is ideal for a night-time smoke. Its high creeps up and takes a while to kick in. It may not be the highest testing but, it is one of the best tasting weed strains available. Many cannabis connoisseurs love Green Poison for its powerful body high.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Sweet
SWEET
strain flavor Mango
MANGO
strain flavor Spicy
SPICY

- Effects -

strain effect Sedated
SEDATED
strain effect Relaxed
RELAXED
strain effect Happy
HAPPY

Overview of Green Poison


Green Poison is a widely known strain amongst consumers. With a THC content of 16 percent to 20 percent THC, Green Poison is a silent killer. Consumers do not always expect the effects of Green Poison to be overpowering and commonly catches people off guard. Green Poison is the perfect strain for recovering from a workout, watching some movies, or getting some shuteye. On top of a premium high, Green Poison's flavor is distinct and pungent. With every puff of Green Poison, there is a burst of spicy, sweet, and floral flavors. Overall, this is a go-to strain for many people.


Potential Positive Effects of Green Poison


Green Poison has a beautiful set of effects for those who enjoy a mighty high. Most consumers describe the experience as being relaxing and happy. After consuming enough Green Poison, the cannabinoids become heavily sedating. Green Poison is also known for causing some intense munchies and is excellent for anyone with a lack of appetite.


Potential Negative Effects of Green Poison


Due to Green Poison's heavily sedating effects, it is not always the best strain to smoke during the day. Consumers often report the having dry eyes with Green Poison, and some tend to have a heightened sense of paranoia. Smoking too much Green Poison can lead to some grogginess as well.


The Lineage of Green Poison


The lineage of Green Poison is unknown to this day. Due to the secrecy of the industry and certain breeders holding on to their intellectual knowledge, we may never know the lineage of Green Poison.


Growing Green Poison


Green Poison is not a problematic strain to produce and is a useful strain for beginning cultivars. It has a short flowering time of around 45-60 days and does not require a ton of extra attention. It is a stable strain to grow both indoors and outdoors. Keep in mind; Green Poison plants can get as tall as 72 inches. The yield of Green Poison is pretty high considering it is an easier strain to grow than most.


Where to Find Green Poison


Green Poison is not too hard to find. The states that are most likely to have Green Poison on their market are Colorado, Arizona, California, Oregon, and Washington.



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