Slymer is an evolutionary offshoot of Chernobyl strains, we’re pretty sure. It depends a little on who you ask. The strain gets its sticky, resin-heavy appearance and heady high from something like Chernobyl, in any case. Don’t mistake it for the Ghostbusters-homage strain, Slimer – this one has more of a tingling, creeping effect that sneaks into your brain and encourages all kinds of relaxation. You’ll be so happy on Slymer, you may even find yourself aroused at the same time you’re chasing away depression and fatigue. Chernobyl the event was a bad time – it left people stunned and stressed. Chernobyl the strain, and its descendant, inherits one of those.
At first, it may seem like a strain that hails from Chernobyl phenotypes will be pungent and aggressive-tasting; you might expect fuel and skunk, something that recalls radioactivity and gunge to mind. But Slymer has a pleasant surprise in store: a terpene profile that favors citrus deliciousness. It’s surprisingly tart and sweet. The main terpenes are Caryophyllene, Beta-Pinene, Terpinolene, and Limonene. That’s just a fancy way of saying that Slymer wreaks of the outdoors, pine forests, black pepper, eucalyptus, and a blast of citrus lime flavor. Its trichomes cover it only lightly, helping the flowers stand out on its light green nugs.
The flavor lingers for a while after you smoke Slymer, leaving a tang of lemon-lime for hours. The high of the Slymer strain creeps up on you, tingling in your head first, mostly behind your eyes, spreading to your brain, and relaxing you from head to toe. You’ll be at ease on Slymer, which is great for people who suffer from chronic stress and depression. If your mood is uneven and tends to swing, bringing on fatigue and anxiety, you might be able to level it out with a Slymer high.
A dose of Slymer can make you feel so at ease that you may begin to feel aroused, further mellowing out your mood, fighting off stress, and healing symptoms of chronic pain. Anxiety can contribute to all of this, pain especially, so Slymer may be able to get you off medications as well. Add to its positive attributes the ability to save you from side effects and dependence while giving your body a reasonably natural way to get out of the dumps.
Caring about life is a great trait to have. There’s certainly no problem with a passion for your problems … until it’s the only thing you can focus on, of course. If you want to take a break from caring, try a dose of Slymer for an uplifting tingle and head high. It’s citrus magic.