Facewreck sounds like the strain Rick Sanchez would use to pile-drive his brain into a galactic haze. That’s not far off – beginners will be wrecked by this strain, prone to a violent swing between rigidly focused creativity and total distraction. For a heady high that helps you deal with stress, Facewreck does what it promises with a respectable THC high of 25% to back up its pungent deliciousness. The nostalgic, foresty flavor and resulting euphoria has made this combo between OG Faceoff and Neville’s Wreck a popular pastime for those struggling to find their happy place. Facewreck points you to the door (and knocks you out with it if you’re not careful).
This heady fog was, appropriately, brought to you by Dankness Seeds. Facewreck isn’t great for knocking you out – users don’t feel sleepy or sedated on this strain. That doesn’t mean you’ll feel productive! You’ll be too busy frenzy-tingling in a haze of spicy earth. The Facewreck plant doesn’t grow too large, but the appearance literally sparkles. Trichomes and buds blend into a shiny platinum color and seem to glisten. You can smell hints of citrus and skunk as it grows.
The flavored aroma of Facewreck recalls the sweet herbal scents of a forest walk, with hints of citrus and rosemary. Spacy earth mingles with the sharp fruity taste as you lay into Facewreck (or it lays into you). The effect is a high that hits hard and fast, a smash in the forehead of euphoric tingling, at once leaving you senseless and energized. The social, uplifting frenzy of the Facewreck strain has the feel of focus, but you won’t get anything done. You’ll be focused on being distracted – that’s the best way to describe it.
For people who suffer from fatigue, this energy kick will do them a ton of good. Mood swings and pain conditions can be softened under the influence of Facewreck. Even depression doesn’t stand a chance against a shotgun blast of citrus earth and spice.
The plant glistens and gives you whiffs of citrus and skunk, easy enough for novice growers to handle and nice to look at. As for using Facewreck though, treading lightly seems to be a good prescription. This strain doesn’t work for people who need ultimate relaxation and sedation. This is not the strain for insomnia sufferers. But those that want to be bouncing off the walls like a human molecule in a test tube? Those people want Facewreck. The flavor is appealing and easy to get used to – sour, spicy, earthy, and a little sweet. It’s the high that wrecks your face, appropriately, but that’s why you’ve come isn’t it? You don’t visit the town of facewrecked to get a gentle foot massage.