About Robert Plant
Are you ready to become a rock god? While it takes a ton of talent and work to get there, smoking a bit of Robert Plant might help to move you in the right direction. Crafted by Colorado Seed Inc., this pure sativa strain comes from a cross between Rebel God Smoke and Blue Dream. The effects are nothing short of impressive, quite like the man it was named after.
In today’s day and age of 30%+ THC strains, it may seem that Robert Plant is on the mellow side with a high of 18%, but users should still exercise caution. These dark green nugs boast blue undertones, nearly clear pistils, and trichomes that look like a sea of crystals. An overall sweet strain, scents of these flowers include berry and rotting fruit, with flavors tending to match that combination with the addition of honey to balance things out.
Put on your seat belt before you smoke - you’re in for a wild ride. Robert Plant’s high is extreme, with a rush of energy and creativity that may be hard to handle for some. While your focus is improved and your mood is lifted, you’ll also note that a bit of the giggles may creep in from time to time. Even experienced users find that too much can lead to a racing heart, so make sure to enjoy this strain with care. As you come down, you’ll note a feeling of sedation that’s comfortable and light.
Although it doesn’t boast an immense amount of CBD, averaging around 2%, and is even rather light on THC, Robert Plant is still an important part of the medical marijuana community. Users find that this strain is ideal for battling fatigue and can help with life’s daily stressors. Mild pain including headaches or cramps are easily resolved, and those who struggle with eating due to other medical conditions love its ability to induce the munchies. Again, all good things should be enjoyed in moderation, and as this strain can cause paranoia it’s best to know your limits.
Noted to be a super rare strain, Robert Plant may be the one choice that most mortals will never get their hands on in a garden setting. Finding seeds online tends to be an arduous task, and unless you know someone who is cultivating the strain firsthand, obtaining a clipping or clone is an exercise in futility.