About Christmas Tree
Are you looking for the spirit of Christmas in an Indica-dominant strain? Christmas Tree wears the feeling on its adorable sleeve, growing in the vague shape of a piney green tree, with a coating of glittery trichome lights and vibrant pistil ornaments. When smelling your garden or your room in the presence of the Christmas Tree strain, you may get a whiff of the holidays – an overwhelming blast of earthy, outdoorsy nostalgia. The appearance and the flavor profile of this strain stand out for users looking for something pungent, heavy, but totally pleasant. No skunk or potent punk dankness here. Just pure Christmas spirit.
Christmas Tree is a Pine OG phenotype, which means that like most similar strains its exact lineage and breeder are not well-known. The nugs grow in a fluffy Christmas tree configuration with bright green leaves and ample amber hairs. The crystals look like snow or accents of little lights. When burned, Christmas Tree smells like you would hope it would, with an overtone of earthy pine and the hints of fresh herbal accents, like lemongrass. You’ll lay back in a woody haze, enjoying the taste of the outdoors, and you’ll be more than ready to relax.
Christmas Tree, like its namesake holiday, helps people feel happy. While not a strong sedative, the strain does leave you feeling a little drowsy from relaxation and very lazy. This isn’t a wake and work strain. It’s a loll and lounge one. Those who have anxiety or PTSD issues may notice that strains which increase your energy can actually make you more anxious and nervous. Christmas Tree comes with the benefit of a happy feeling without an anxiety-increasing energy boost.
As the Christmas spirit wafts over your brain, you’ll feel a strong body high coming on, followed by a state of easy sleep as you relax into the 25% THC average, a pretty perfect median. Becoming sleepy and relaxed has its benefits, as does an aftertaste that leaves a slightly pungent sensation without being overwhelming or dank.
Certain conditions are easy to manage with a Christmas Tree high, such as mood swings, chronic stress and pain, and insomnia. You can bring the spirit of Christmas to your weary bones all year round to experience the calmness of the season in your living room whenever you please. Have you ever noticed that the world just seems nicer at the end of the year? People take notice of each other’s needs for the first time. And they smell of lemongrass? Maybe not, but you will.