About Tasty Waves
Tasty Waves is aptly named for the spirit-lifting waves of warmth that it sends throughout your body. It was bred by Swamp Seeds Boys from a combination of Triangle Kush and The White. The flavor is citrus-sour as well as fresh and piney. With a high THC average and a beautiful, fluffy appearance, Tasty Waves is as appealing in the bag as it is tasty in your mouth.
Tasty Waves is a cultivar that combines well-known terpenes into a fantastic profile. Its main contributors are caryophyllene, which imbues it with a flavor of spicy herbs, and limonene, which gives it citrus brightness. In lesser amounts, myrcene contributes to the strain’s undertone of musky earth flavors and humulene causes the strain to go a little bitter, slightly reminiscent of a freshly opened beer.
Growing Tasty Waves can be achieved in inside or outside environments and the strain rewards impatient growers with a shortened harvest time outside. It will be ready in about 8 weeks or even as little as 52 days, but this 5-foot plant doesn’t shirk on its output. Growers report getting as much as 400g of Tasty Waves weed from a single plant. Its buds appear fluffy and tiny, like little mint-green grapes. Its hairs are pale amber and its trichomes are thick with sappy resin, like a light coat of frost.
As you begin to enjoy Tasty Waves, the flavors of spice, pine, and citrus will begin to give you lifting, happiness-inducing effects that are best enjoyed during the day. The energy this strain can bring fits far better with getting stuff done, going outside, enjoying your friends, and exploring the town than it does with trying and failing to get to sleep. It’s also a beloved wake n’ bake strain for those who can’t seem to shake off their sleepiness and get going. Its THC averages around 24.5%, so less experienced users may need to think twice before taking on the Tasty Wave.
The impact of its THC and terpenes is a range of effects that consumers report aiding depression or fatigue. Many report that Tasty Waves helps with migraines and headaches, particularly when they’ve been chronic and associated with fatigue. It makes you munchy and settles the stomach as well, so those who suffer a natural or treatment-related loss of appetite, especially accompanied by nausea, may enjoy riding a Tasty Wave to relief.