About Peach Cobbler
Peach Cobbler is an evenly balanced hybrid strain of cannabis first grown in the United States of America. It was first grown by California-based cannabis company, Skunk Brothers. This company is formed by two incredibly close friends who worked in the industry but eventually started their own company dedicated to developing the most potent cannabis possible so that their customers get the best bang for their buck. Peach Cobbler is the result of these friends crossing a number of strains. First, they crossed Peach Kush, Sour Diesel, and Romulan. The result of this cross was then introduced to Monster Sauce, which resulted in the plant they labeled Peach Cobbler. This strain is perfect for either daytime or nighttime use, as it combines evenly balanced effects with an average THC concentration of 19%.
Peach Cobbler buds take on the classic Sativa appearance of elongated, pepper-shaped flowers. They are neon green in color with bright orange pistils winding themselves throughout the bud. The surface of these flowers are coated in a thick layer of trichomes that are oversized and amber in color, helping to give a bit of contrast to the bud’s bright green appearance. These buds produce an aroma containing scents of citrus, fresh fruit, some skunk, and a bit of nuttiness. The flavor is, as the name suggests, much like the peach cobbler your grandmother used to bring to Thanksgiving dinner. You should expect to taste the sweet citrus, fruits, and herbs when smoking on a bit of this strain. In addition, these buds are covered in a thick layer of syrupy resin that’s sure to get your fingers quite sticky.
The high from Peach Cobbler begins with an uplifting and tingling cerebral effect that will have your mood improved like never before. With your spirits raised, you’re able to do whatever you want without the restraints of doubt, recursive thinking, or anxiety. As the high progresses, this tingling sensation will run down your neck and spread throughout the rest of your body, slowly and subtly relaxing your every muscle. Before long, you’ll find yourself throwing your feet up and taking a long hard look at what’s on TV before settling for reruns of South Park. With this newfound relaxation, you might find it hard to avoid falling asleep or raiding the fridge for a snack. Thankfully, your mind stays blissfully aware and active during this time period, which makes for a euphoric and lucid experience.
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