New Strains Alert: Pacific Blue, Euphoria Cookies, Bianca, and More
This week’s New Strains Alert is a set of Leafly submissions from cannabis consumers like you. Spyder Mon is a Charlotte’s Web cross with extra CBD and skunkiness to share. Euphoria Cookies shows up to the party already baked (and smelling of baked goods), bringing its famous mid-level sedation in tow. Pacific Blue pleases the crowd with its sweet flavor and classic stoned-solid relaxing effects. So, cozy up by the fire with some fire and share the light of human kindness this holiday season. From our bowl to your yours, happy holidays!
Bianca is a three-way indica-dominant hybrid that brings classic genetics and flavors together. This strain was created by blending a White Widow and Afghan cross with the Empress phenotype White Queen. It grows squat and sturdy plants that produce healthy yields with the proper amount of TLC. Known for its pungent hashy aroma and equal measures of euphoria and sedation, Bianca calms the consumer while enhancing mood, making it good medicine for patients seeking to curb anxiety, body aches, and nausea.
Euphoria Cookies is a balanced 50/50 hybrid cross of the ever-popular GSC (f.k.a Girl Scout Cookies) and the uplifting sativa Euphoria. The colorful buds exhibit sweet, doughy terpenes that smell like vanilla, rose, and tropical fruit. Euphoria Cookies’ uplifting mental state and soothing body effects make it a perfect fit for consumers looking to improve mood while stimulating appetite, curbing depression, and nullifying minor aches and pains.
Pakistan Valley Kush is a pure indica landrace strain from the Hindu Kush mountain range. This bushy plant grows squat and resilient, exhibiting deep colors and earthy, floral aromas. Offering heavy sedative effects, this hardy bud relieves pain and saddles the consumer with long-lasting relaxation. This rare landrace is an evening-preferred strain unless the consumer is planning a day in bed or on the couch. Utilize Pakistan Valley Kush to curb physical pain, nausea, restlessness, headaches, and more.
Spyder Mon is an uplifting CBD strain with a good lineage, getting its manageable euphoria and anti-inflammatory effects from Midnight Farm’s Super Skunk and Florin Wellness Center’s Charlotte’s Web. This combo delivers a 2.5:1 CBD/THC ratio that soothes the body while improving the mood. Its effects are mostly clear-headed that lend themselves to all day use. The aroma is fresh, exhibiting notes of citrus and pine. Utilize Spyder Mon to help reduce inflammation, nausea, headaches, and minor physical aches and pains.
Captain America OG is a sativa-leaning OG cut with uplifting euphoria and a bright citrus flavor. Relieving anxiety without the debilitating weight of heavier OG crosses, call on “The Captain” for relief of stress as well as nausea, mild physical pain, and muscle spasms. This strain’s moderate body effects and complementary euphoria make it ideal for use any time of the day with mindful dosage.
Orange Blossom by Falcanna is the hybrid cross of Orange Bud and OG Kush. This strain combines equal measures carefree euphoria with calming physical effects that make it ideal for leisurely activities. Its aroma is slightly floral with overtones of fresh squeezed orange. Orange Blossom’s flavor is very similar but includes a delicate Kush aftertaste. Utilize this strain to stimulate appetite while reducing stress.
Pacific Blue by Falcanna is a flavorful cut with a THC content that consistently reaches above 20%. This indica-dominant strain was bred by crossing the legendary Kush powerhouse Pre-98 Bubba Kush with the fruity phenom DJ Short Blueberry. These robust and flavorful genetics offer aromas of sweet skunk and blueberry with a smooth floral aftertaste. Pacific Blue’s effects vary with dosage, but the onset is calming and euphoric, insulating the consumer in carefree bliss. This strain can get rather sedating with continued consumption, weighing on the limbs and gluing the body to the couch. Utilize Falcanna’s Pacific Blue to help with headaches, nausea, anxiety, and restlessness.