About Phone Home
Phone Home will send your brain into interstellar dreamland with an average THC content of 28.5%. We’re not sure if it’s named after the idea of being lost or the famous line from E.T., but either way, the Phone Home strain will help you forget your troubles. In the faraway lands (the “high lands?”) of this strain’s effects, you’ll be at total peace, only taking a break from dozing for a bout of euphoria. You’ll be “out of it.” And if “it” is a stressful relationship or an unfairly busy workweek, then Phone Home might be the escape you need.
The Phone Home strain is an Indica-dominant variety (70/30), ascending from Strawberry Banana as one of its phenotypes (or “Strawnanas” as they’re called). The initial burst of cerebral energy comes down into a more relaxed state of bliss, common with this vein of phenotypes. That respectable THC content is no joke, after all: don’t expect to be productive when you’re phoning home.
The plant itself is strikingly beautiful, the kind of thing that E.T. himself would sell his soul to. The bud is light and dark green at the base, speckled with a vibrant purple. The pistils pop out in explosions of amber red and the plant absolutely wallows in trichomes. White, thick, and resinous, the glands of the Phone Home strain make its mid-sized buds sticky as anything. Growers like the ratio, though, between crunchy and sappy, and they relish the high-tier flowers that pop up in the early winter months, particularly in dry mountain regions.
So what does it taste like? Phone Home tastes of spicy fruit and the musk of a well-grown pine. Underneath, you’ll detect hints of florals and a prevalent scent of strawberry and banana, which should be no surprise. Its zesty terpene profile includes Limonene, Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and more, which gives it the unmistakable hints of citrus with an aftertaste of mango and lemongrass. If you like earthy floral aromas and want to inhale the essence of a great pine, Phone Home will work for you.
Phone Home stimulates creativity when you first use it, but it wanders into an extended period of tranquility that would make anyone intensely relaxed. Those who suffer from PTSD or bipolar disorder may enjoy the mood-regulating effects of Phone Home. It also has a strong pain-killing and relaxant effect, which is great for those who suffer from chronic pain, convulsions, and neurological disorders.
According to some research, Phone Home is even an anti-emetic, which means that it can help people treat IBS, Chrohn’s disease, ulcers, and other issues.
Whether as a casual user addicted to total relaxation or a sufferer in need of a medicinal boost, the Phone Home strain can provide multi-faceted relief from a variety of ailments. These include physical and mental imbalances as well as neurological problems.