As the name suggests, CBD Crack is both high in the therapeutic cannabinoid CBD and has a wonderful fruity flavor that will keep you coming back for more. Great for in the daytimes, with low THC.
Heritage & Genetics: Descending from the legendary sativa/indica hybrid, Green Crack, CBD Crack is Fast Buds´ first CBD strain. She carries indica traits when growing (beautiful coloration and pine-tree shape) and the light and the fruity flavors of a good sativa. As she is an autoflower, like most of Fast Buds strains, she probably has some Ruderalis in there too. Wrapped up in this is a well balanced 1:1 THC/CBD ratio, meaning she promises great effects and good yields, while keeping you chilled out and well grounded.
Flavor & Aroma: A flavor sensation. There must be a whopping amount of the terpene Myrcene in here, because the overwhelming aroma and taste is mango. Eat a mango while enjoying a bowl of this to amplify the effect. You will get hints of citrus and spicy cinnamon in there too.
Effect: Perfect for waking & baking, this strain is good for any time of day, or night! The high CBD level makes her mellow and chilled out, but the THC balances it out (1:1) to make it a focused, creative and enabling high. Altogether, lovely for blowing the cobwebs out of your head and getting on with stuff in a productive yet stress-free way.
Medical: CBD strains, particularly with a 1:1 THC/CBD ratio, are thought to have a broad range of medicinal uses including helping with pain, inflammation, stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia, and seizures associated with some forms of epilepsy. Strains with a balanced cannabinoid content have also been indicated to have calming effects that could help with nausea, gastrointestinal disorder, fibromyalgia, and muscle spasms. While not definitive, some research has also suggested that strains with a balanced THC and CBD ratio may help improve the restlessness, hyperactivity and inattentiveness associated with ADD/ADHD.
Grow Characteristics: CBD Crack will not grow tall but she can broaden out sideways. If you train her a little, so that she gets light all the way down, and take off any very large shade leaves you should get some nice colas developing across the whole plant. Work out a good feeding regime for when she comes into flower (starting lightly after the first two weeks, and building up from there). Bud will begin to get nice and frosty early on and she should be ready to harvest by week ten or eleven. Cure well to maximize her lovely flavor.