About Montana Silvertip
Named for her motherland, Montana Silvertip is a force to be reckoned with. While her breeders remain unknown, her genetics include a cross between Granddaddy Purple and Super Silver Haze. The result is a sativa-dominant bud that’s best for experienced users only unless you want to spend the day in a state of paranoia and become one with your couch.
Although her THC levels can dip down as low as 16%, Montana Silvertip is commonly found well within the 20% range. Her nugs take on a very purple hue thanks to one of her parents with a lumpy silhouette that’s full of wiry hairs and thick trichome coverage. If you’re a fan of more potent flavors, this gal is for you, because as you smoke you’ll be enveloped in notes of skunk, pine, diesel, and a touch of blueberry that works to sweeten everything up in just the right way.
A great strain for individuals who work in more creative environments, this bud will help to relax the mind without slowing it down. Euphoria comes in quickly after just a toke or two, automatically improving the trajectory of your day no matter what’s in store. A calm focus soon envelopes the user, so zeroing in on meticulous tasks or even trying to get creative with a work of art will feel easy. Since she doesn’t lift you up too terribly high, Montana Silvertip doesn’t let you come crashing down either.
Managing pain during the day can be a huge challenge for many, and there aren’t often a lot of buds that allow for functionality while still being effective. Montana Silvertip changes the game with the ability to fight both physical and mental woes with ease. Depression and stress melt away as if they were never there, and bodily issues of pain and nausea are soothed quite quickly. While she won’t infuse you with massive amounts of energy, this bud is also ideal for those who struggle with mild levels of daily fatigue as well.
Home cultivators take note - this bud’s for you. Montana Silvertip is among one of the easier plants to grow yourself, requiring little in the way of ongoing maintenance and care aside from watering and providing nutrients. Resistant to molds and diseases, she thrives inside or outdoors and after 8 to 9 weeks of flowering, will result in a nice yield.
Finding a good daily go-to strain can be tough, so if you’re lucky enough to come across Montana Silvertip at your local dispensary, grab some and don’t look back. Her flavors may not be your favorite, but once you feel her joyful and even effects, you’ll want to make her a part of your morning routine day after day.