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Hybrid

Ginger Ale

Tingly
Relaxed
Happy
CalmingEnergizing

Calculated from 9 reviews

Strain Details

Ginger Ale, a cross between Cinderella 88 and Cafe Girl, is a potent hybrid known to test upwards of 20-25% THC. This heavy-handed cross delivers an immense burst of euphoria coupled with weighted body effects that saturate the consumer’s perception while locking them to the couch. Use this strain with care as the effects have been known to overpower unseasoned consumers. With smooth floral notes and a subtle herbaceous spice, Ginger Ale relaxes the consumer nearly to the point of sedation. Enjoy Ginger Ale to combat restlessness, stress, and nausea.  

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Information about effects is sourced from customer reviews. Cannabis affects individuals differently, so you may experience different effects. Customer-reported information is not a substitute for medical advice. Always seek the advice of a health professional before using cannabis for a medical condition.

2 people reported 35 effects
Tingly
100% of people report feeling tingly
Relaxed
100% of people report feeling relaxed
Happy
100% of people report feeling happy
Euphoric
100% of people report feeling euphoric
Uplifted
50% of people report feeling uplifted
Inflammation
100% of people say it helps with inflammation
Insomnia
100% of people say it helps with insomnia
Muscle spasms
100% of people say it helps with muscle spasms
Pain
100% of people say it helps with pain
Stress
100% of people say it helps with stress

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