Hippie Crippler Strain

HIPPIE CRIPPLER STRAIN INDICA OR SATIVA?

Is Hippie Crippler Strain Indica Or Sativa?

Hippie crippler is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain (70%Sativa/30%Indica) created with high THC levels and a low CBD content. It’s an award-winning strain, and for good reason: it gives you a powerful cerebral high that can lead to deep to psychedelic energy. The soothing effects of Hippie Crippler strain have some great medical benefits for patients who suffer from insomnia and muscle pains. Produces a strong acrid earthy flavors of citrus and pine, with hints of woody. Its aroma is similar to its flavor, but also includes a little spice. It can also cause hunger, so be sure to have some snacks on hand! Start small to grow hippie crippler autoflower plants at home, and don’t forget about properly curing and maintaining semi humid mediterranean temperature ranges for short flowering time.

Hippie Crippler Strain Info:

The lineage is a cross between ak-47 and blue satellite weed strains bred by SunWest Genetics.

GENETICS:

  • Blue Satellite x AK-47 strains

appearance:

Medium in size, oval shaped, dense, spring green buds with orange hairs and a frosty layer of white trichomes crystal resin. The flower nugs are covered in dark yellow and purple leaves.

TASTE/SMELL:

This sativa dominant strain’s sweet aroma is not one you’ll ever forget—it’s a heady combination of spices, pine needles, and sweet citrus that will leave you drooling with anticipation. Hippie crippler weed strain scent lingers in the air with notes of sweet earthy and musk.

Hippie Crippler Strain Effects:

Consumers of have reported feeling tingly all over their body after smoking. They also felt relaxed yet stimulated at the same time, allowing them to be productive despite the body stone. The couch locking properties are recommended for depression and anxiety, chronic pain relief, muscle spasms and anti inflammatory conditions. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effect so have some eye drops and drinks ready. These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice under terms conditions.

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