About Moose And Lobsta
Mystery surrounds this sativa-dominant bud as Moose And Lobsta comes from unknown breeders. While her parents have yet to be confirmed, there’s a rumor going around that someone crossed Kali Snapple and Oregon Huckleberry 2014, but no one can truly confirm this pairing. Instead of trying to dig up her history, let’s instead focus on how amazing she is for both medical and recreational users.
Moose And Lobsta offers a great experience for new and seasoned smokers alike as she only comes in at 15% THC. Nugs are tightly packed and feature a bright neon green base with equally vibrant orange pistils and amber-toned trichomes. If you’re a fan of bold flavors, this strain will be right up your alley as skunk, diesel, and tropical fruit dance along your palate. A similar aroma will waft throughout the air but includes a bit of sweetness to lighten things up.
When you’re in need of a strain that kicks in hard and fast, Moose And Lobsta is the one to turn to. You’ll notice a buzzing sensation just behind your eyes after only a few tokes that sends you into an energetic state full of bliss and focus. There’s no task too difficult for you to handle in this place, and as her bodily effects kick in, you’ll find an odd mix of relaxation and arousal that don’t weigh you down in the slightest.
As this strain is ideal for daytime use, medical cannabis patients love to indulge before heading into the office, knowing that any instances of stress or depression will magically dissolve. Great for chronic physical pain or even the occasional headache or set of cramps, Moose And Lobsta is a well-rounded bud for a variety of issues. Many users find that she helps with inflammation and nausea as well, and while not explicitly advertised as such, could also help with sexual issues too.
Home growers looking to add another strain to their garden should assess how much space they have before opting for this bud, as Moose And Lobsta can be a giant. Plants prefer a Mediterranean climate, yet if you grow indoors, make sure to utilize Screen of Green methods. Both soil and hydroponics will achieve great results, but make sure you have experience before diving completely in. After 9 to 11 weeks of growth, you’ll have a nicely sized yield to share with friends and family.
Most describe Moose And Lobsta as a very rare bud, and since her history is kept under wraps, it’s hard to say if and when she’ll be available on a larger scale. Keep your eyes open for this strain the next time you visit your local dispensary, and if you are able to find her, save her for those days when you simply have too much to do and not enough time to do it in.