About White Walrus
Kushman Veganics’ proprietor, Kyle Kushman, has been making the rounds promoting veganic farming globally for years. In doing so, he caught the attention of some very heavy hitters in the industry as well as some major cannabis fans including the very famous director, podcaster, and cannabis enthusiast, Kevin Smith. Because of that notoriety, Kushman Veganics created White Walrus specifically for the release of Smith’s film Tusk. This sativa-leaning hybrid is a phenotype of Chernobyl and is a limited time release available exclusively at Buds and Roses.
White Walrus boasts a moderate THC level, falling somewhere between 13% and 18% on average, but what makes this strain special besides its unique association is its 4% CBD. This makes for a super heady high that is also deeply relaxing to the body. The buds of this strain are deep green and give off a spicy and fruity aroma that is complemented by the orange hairs and light colored trichomes that cover each nug. The flavors take the scents a step further by adding citrus and earthiness to the tongue that perfectly rounds out the palate.
The high of this strain is wonderfully upbeat and utterly relaxing at the same time. Thanks to the CBD levels your whole body will feel completely at ease while your mind gets a little kick of focus and euphoria. Your creative energies will be flowing, so if you are an artist hoping to get a project underway this bud can help you do that. You may find yourself searching your own mind for a while as this strain tends to be a bit introspective and hazy. This mind-opening period is long lasting and often leads to a psychedelic experience that can prove too much for novice users.
This warming bud is ideal for recreational use, but that doesn’t exclude it from the medical world. If you suffer from mood disorders such as depression or stress, you might enjoy this bud to direct your mind to other things. Occasionally, some report the introspective aspects of this bud can worsen anxiety and in rare cases agitate depression if taken to excess, so if you are highly susceptible to the negative side effects, this isn’t the strain to try. However, for more physical ailments like fatigue and cramps, this is a great bud to give a spin.
If you thought finding this flower would be hard, try getting your hands on some seeds, as this proves even more impossible. The grow cycle for this plant is unspecified as well as the yield, the climate recommendations and, honestly, any other information you might need to get a starter going. The one thing that is pretty well insinuated is that this strain requires expert level attention.
The man who brought you Clerks, Mallrats, and Jay and Silent Bob teamed up with an expert in veganic farming to bring to you a one of a kind experience that is so exclusive it may already be a thing of the past. Don’t let that discourage you from trying to find some for yourself though, as it’s definitely worth the trouble. If you do happen to get your hands on this strain, hold on tight and enjoy the incredible high this buzzy bud has to offer.