About Swamp Thing
Swamp Thing, also called Swamp Thing #7, is a hybrid-lover’s dream strain, especially if you’re looking for a new source of creative energy. The insane bout of munchies you’ll experience plus the mental and physical relaxation makes Swamp Thing a kick-back buddy who may be indispensable for weary quarantine-locked users looking for a new pastime. If you want a heavy-hitting dark universe superhero strain that has almost 30% THC on the high end and will help you finish an art project in a pinch, look for Swamp Thing.
Swamp Thing’s buds are fluffy, light mint-green, shaped like grapes, and covered in thick hairs. Honestly, the same could be said of the comic book character! But he looks like most strains, when you get down to it. We’re not positive why this balanced hybrid (50/50) wears a comic book name coming from Grandpa’s Breath F2 and Triangle Kush. But we’re not complaining: Swamp Thing provides a rich subtext to attach your weed to. Or a cute reference. Either way.
If you want a deeper reading of the layers of flavor, the Swamp Thing strain may approximate what it’s like to smoke the big green guy, which isn’t even unprecedented – his lovers in the comics have been known to sample his mossy body for, um … relaxation purposes. His flavor is rich, earthy, spicy, with hints of pine and skunky haze. On the exhale, Swamp Thing takes on the flavor of sour, pungent wood and earth.
People who need relaxation and mood-stabilization can make great use of Swamp Thing. Chronic fatigue, pain, depression, stress, and PTSD can all be treated by a lazy afternoon hanging out in the swamp. If you’re ready, Swamp Thing can drag you down with him into relaxation and creative energy, allowing you to de-stress, finish your art, and accentuate that dip in your couch that’s shaped like you.
Just be prepared for a massive wave of snacking afterwards. Depending on whether you want to lose or gain weight, plan your calorie counts accordingly. Just make sure you have something on hand so you’re not going crazy. The goal is to smash your brain, not your lamp.
The pungent aroma may not be for everyone, but the slight numbness and intense creative calm has become pretty popular. The strain isn’t local, bred in Afghanistan and South Africa, and growers report that it’s a pretty low-yield plant. So Swamp Thing isn’t the most market-plentiful strain out there. But if you can get your hands on the spicy earth euphoria of this pint-sized superhero, you certainly won’t regret it. Unless you hate snacks.