Indica Dominant Hybrid – 80% Indica / 20% Sativa
Creme Brule is a rare indica dominant hybrid strain (80% indica/20% sativa) created through crossing the classic Platinum Kush X OG Kush X Girl Scout Cookies strains. Known for its insanely delicious flavor, Crème Brule packs a sweet vanilla and nutty taste into each and every delicious little toke. The aroma follows the same profile, although with a light influx of earthy woods and sweet herbs. The Crème Brule high is just as addictive as the flavor, with long lasting and lifted effects that are perfect for those days or nights when you just want to kick back and relax. You’ll feel a lifted onset hit your brain a few minutes after your last toke, filling you with a sense of pure happiness and a deep-felt feeling of relaxation. Soon, this effect will wash over the rest of your body, lulling you into a totally sedated state that can lead to couch-lock and a long and peaceful nap. Thanks to these effects and its high level of potency, Crème Brule is often chosen to treat conditions such as depression, appetite loss or nausea, chronic stress or anxiety, chronic pain, insomnia, and chronic fatigue. This bud has fluffy forest green nugs with lots of thin amber hairs and frosty tiny amber crystal trichomes.
Creme Brulee is a indica-dominant hybrid strain that comes from the cross of the classic strains, OG Kush, Girl Scout Cookies and Platinum Kush. The long lasting effects of this strain are perfect for those looking to medicate and relax throughout the day and night. The high will start at your head, giving consumers a sense of pure happiness that will flow throughout the whole body. This turns into a relaxing effect that by time gets deeper and deeper, leaving you sedated which tends to leave consumers stuck on the couch. With all the great benefits and potent effects of this flower, it’s great for those looking to combat pain and insomnia.
Up to 21-23% THC
Flavours: Earthy, Sweet, Vanilla
Effects: Relaxed, Uplifted, Euphoric, Hungry, Focused
Medical Uses: Pain, Anxiety, Stress, Insomnia, Depression