About Citrus Punch
Citrus Punch is a hard-to-find combination of Clementine and Sour Tangie that smells like a fresh blast of citrus fruit. Like most sativa-dominant strains, Citrus Punch provides an uplifted, cerebral experience, while the 30% indica portion of this strain works to soothe pain and deliver tingles from head to toe.
With THC levels ranging from 14% to 19%, Citrus Punch doesn’t promise a particularly strong head high, but it does stay consistently hazy. Forest green nugs with amber strands and bright amber, frosty trichomes give this ultra fruity strain a tropical look to match its flavors. A bright burst of mango and pineapple hit the nose while tropical fruit sweetness and strong citrus flavors dance on your taste buds.
Users can bet on an uptick in mood and a feeling of weightlessness after just the first hit. This sativa forward effect is shortly accompanied by a heavily focused mind. In this state of euphoria and motivation, you will likely find yourself flying through your to-do list or finishing a long forgotten art project. The energy of the strain is perfect for a wake and bake or early afternoon delight. Artists, athletes, and musicians love this strain for its kick in focus and creativity, allowing for freed up headspace to tackle any project.
For medicinal purposes, Citrus Punch is great for users who suffer from chronic fatigue as its energizing properties are the strongest effect. With the ability to uplift and send users into a euphoric state of being, medical patients often treat stress and depression with this strain. Be aware that in excess this strain, as with most sativas, can cause paranoia or agitate symptoms of PTSD or anxiety if you aren’t careful. Additional ailments that Citrus Punch is helpful with include glaucoma, eye pressure, inflammation, and cramping.
Citrus Punch is a rare hybrid with highly sought after, yet extremely hard to find, seeds. Because of this secrecy, there is very little information available on how to actually cultivate this plant. What can be said is that because of its sativa dominance, growers can expect slightly longer flowering periods with average to slightly above average yields with the right conditions.
Did we mention this was a rare strain? Just in case you’ve forgotten - it’s a rare strain. With that comes mystery, intrigue, and a good majority of people who haven't yet gotten their hands on it who want to. If you find yourself to be a lucky duck and in the right place at the right time, we highly recommend you go for it. Get as much as you can and hold onto to it tight because Citrus Punch is found few and far between.