About Redd Cross
What do you get when you combine the experience of breeders at Genetics Gone Mad with two amazing parents and you throw in a naming contest for good measure? In this case, you end up with Redd Cross, crafted by crossing Spirit of ‘76 with an unknown Afghani indica. Attributed to the late Dan Christensen, this strain is continuously sought after by medical patients far and wide.
While there aren’t many published lab reports specifying this strain’s exact THC content, most assume that it hovers right around the 20% mark with CBD landing around 8%. Redd Cross is like the ultimate beacon of healing and hope, with nugs that nearly glow with a reddish hue and a sweet woody and citrus flavor that almost calls your name. For fans of well-balanced strains that aren’t too savory or sweet, Redd Cross checks off all of the boxes and then some.
For those ready to unwind after a long day, this strain offers a set of effects that will soothe your body and stop a racing mind. Both depression and stress are wiped away with this ultra-relaxing strain, and while you’ll feel uplifted and happy, you’ll notice a nice calm that seems to permeate your environment. As the high builds, this sensation spreads to your entire body, enveloping you in a body buzz that’s mildly sedative. Be sure to have some snacks handy as the munchies can kick in rather hard with this bud.
Medical patients are instantly drawn to Redd Cross, and with a name like that, who wouldn’t be? A strain that offers relief from nausea, pain, insomnia, and so much more tends to be a part of everyone’s toolbox, and this strain is ideal for winding down after a long and difficult day. Not only do users find relief from physical ailments, but the ability of this strain to boost one’s mood and ease away depression is nearly second to none.
Thankfully, Redd Cross is a pretty easy to grow strain for the home cultivator, making herself comfortable inside or outdoors. Plants do tend to get tall with heavy branches, so while she’ll need a bit of TLC, it’s not a strain that becomes overly demanding. Resistant to common molds and diseases, she’ll flower between 8 and 9 weeks. Indoor growth will result in a nice harvest while outdoor cultivation will bring in slightly more per plant.
Great for days when you need to take the edge off or ideal for starting a relaxing night at home, Redd Cross can be used for a variety of purposes. Enjoy her enticing flavors, balanced set of effects, and if you’re up for the challenge, try growing your own at home to make sure you have a nearly never-ending supply.