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Coconut Oil

Typical effects include Happy

Typical Effects

Happy
Happy
Relaxed
Relaxed
Creative
Creative

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
Stress
Stress
Insomnia
Insomnia

About Coconut Oil

Touted as one of the most popular supplements in today’s society, coconut oil is a big deal. Cannabis with the same name is equally as important, although much harder to find. Coconut Oil was crafted by Taste Budz as a sativa-dominant phenotype of SFV OG. Her buds smelled so strongly of coconut that breeders couldn’t name her anything else.

When we talk about ideal strains for all users, this one is it. A 15% THC average and mild effects can be just as ideal for the first-timer as for the experienced smoker. Buds are a deep forest green tone that tend to be rather dense, yet a sparkling coat of amber trichomes helps to lighten up the visual. As mentioned, this strain’s flavors and aromas are strikingly similar to coconut with hints of tropical fruit thrown into the mix.

Coconut Oil offers an incredible blend of physical and cerebral effects that are sure to please time and time again. Your high will begin with a tingling sensation that slowly makes its way from head to toe while imparting a boost of happiness that’s unparalleled. With this newfound feeling of joy, you’ll soon become inspired to exercise your creative side. Most of the time, this sensation will leave users feeling relaxed without any heaviness alongside a good dose of arousal to boot.

Medical patients may be quick to pass by this strain due to her seemingly low potency, but sometimes effectiveness can be measured by more than just a number. Coconut Oil is great for relieving instances of depression and stress, and depending on your mindset can also help to battle fatigue. If you do indulge in a lot of this bud, you may find that sleep comes more quickly, making it an occasional solution to insomnia.

For whatever reason, Taste Budz doesn’t seem to like making their strains readily available for home cultivation, leaving lovers of this plant in a bit of a tough situation. Rumor has it that she’s moderately difficult to grow anyway and takes about 7 to 10 weeks to reach full maturity. Given that it’s a pretty rare strain to find on dispensary shelves as it is, we wouldn’t advise holding your breath for your own seeds.

Individuals who love anything and everything coconut will probably dub this strain as one of their new favorites, but the flavor certainly isn’t for everyone. If you’re a fan of tingles and know how to control your excitement during this high, try it as a wake and bake option to fuel your creativity. Otherwise, save it for the weekend when you can stay in bed with a partner and enjoy all that this bud has to offer.


Common Usage

Depressed3/10

Stress2/10

Insomnia1/10

Typical Effects

Happy3/10

Relaxed2/10

Creative1/10

THC Content

Highest Test19%

Strain Average15.5%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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