The slightly Indica-dominant hybrid (60/40) known as Clusterfunk was created by Bodhi Seeds as a cross between Chemdawg 91 Skunk VA and Mr. Nice (some dispensaries list G-13 Hashplant in its lineage as well). Bodhi Seeds sells through Seedsman, a Spain-based breeder, but Clusterfunk is available for purchase online in most legal jurisdictions. It’s a fantastic strain for unwinding, relieving stress and letting the work week end with forgetful relaxation. This strain is a bliss-out.
The Clusterfunk high begins slowly. It will put pressure in your skull and behind your eyes as it builds up, buzzing, leading you to feel like your negative, racing, or distracting thoughts are evaporating out of you. The strain is a favorite for type-A, workaholic people who can’t figure out how to kickback. Clusterfunk enters and takes over your whole body with a feeling of cerebral, immovable relaxation. It’s a major couchlock so don’t plan on going anywhere for a few hours (or all day).
The buds of this strain grow in dense, richly colored clusters that are light green mixed with areas of red, including dark crimson pistils. Its trichomes are clear and sparkling. Thankfully, Bodhi Seeds made this strain easy to obtain as seeds in online stores so whether you have an outdoor or indoor growing situation, you can get a hold of this one. Growers can expect Clusterfunk to flower in about 8 to 9 weeks.
The aroma matches the flavor, both of which are pungent, skunky, sour, and earthy. If your palette is clever enough, you may be able to taste specific flavors coming through the strain’s dense terpene profile, which includes myrcene, caryophyllene, and limonene. These include a taste of apricot, peach, and undertones of sweet pine.
The strain’s effects are focused on making you feel uplifted, euphoric, happy, and relaxed. Users report a strong sense of tingling and buzzing, particularly if they aren’t used to strains with THC over 22%. Those who can handle it may find that their depression and stress are easier to manage on Clusterfunk. Stress-related migraines and headaches can be dispelled with an earthy exhale.
The glorious ability to not focus, not be motivated, and not be worried may be exactly what you need at the end of a hard week. Even still, we recommend saving Clusterfunk for a pleasant evening alone when you can veg out and relax. Morning smokers need to be careful with this one.