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Greenside Recreational - Seattle
About Ginger Punch
Lovers of the mysterious strain Ginger Ale may be longing for something sweet and slightly more gentle, and thankfully breeders at Kannabia Seed Company have just the thing. Ginger Punch is a cross between Ginger Ale and Rudelaris, formerly going by the name Hobbit. A well-balanced bud with great effects, users of all experience levels turn to Ginger Punch for a good time.
On average, this strain will only reach about 12% THC, making it an awesome choice for any day of the week. Beautiful nugs are bright neon green with delicate amber pistils and trichomes of the same shade. If you’re a lover of sweet strains, this one will be right up your alley, as Ginger Punch has very strong notes of strawberry candy alongside a rich earthy fragrance. As it’s ideal for night use, the aromas are perfect to help you kick back and relax.
Bodily effects start things off right away during your high, with a tingling sensation becoming very noticeable behind your eyes and around your forehead. Soon this spreads over the rest of your body and imparts a mixture of relaxation along with extreme hunger. Users describe their experience as a rollercoaster that has them bobbing in and out of sedation accompanied by a happy and uplifted state of mind.
Given that Ginger Punch offers a one-two hit to both your body and brain, it’s an ideal strain for medical patients. Issues of depression and stress are treated with ease as you’ll become so relaxed that nearly any worldly worry can’t even make it to your brain. Medical conditions that plague you physically, from generalized pain to insomnia and more, are also soothed by the strong set of tingles present. As Ginger Punch is very relaxing, some choose to smoke a little bit extra before bedtime and get a jump on their insomnia.
If you’re longing to cultivate this strain at home, we have good news for you - Ginger Punch autoflowering seeds are available straight from the breeder’s website. Plants seem to be relatively straightforward all around, with an 8 to 9-week flowering period that yields a nicely sized stash. Both indoor and outdoor cultivation are just fine for this hearty and pest-resistant strain.
For the most part, Ginger Punch is widely available at local dispensaries, so if growing at home isn’t quite your thing, you can pick up some of these sweet-smelling nugs any time you please. As the strain is very sedative, it’s strongly recommended that you save it for evening use only, or if you must, try it on a weekend with friends when you have absolutely no plans at all. Another word to the wise - stock up on food before you indulge, as your appetite will have no limits.