When the buds of this hybrid strain are ready to be harvested, they are dense and have a very high THC content, reaching up to 30%, which is how it got its name. The average THC content of this strain is 20%, but it can be as potent as 30%. This strain is not recommended for beginners, as consuming it improperly can cause feelings of anxiety or paranoia. However, its effects are perfect for use in the afternoon or evening, as it relaxes the body and provides a soothing buzz that helps with minor aches and pains. It has a dominant sativa profile, which enhances creativity and improves mood, often relieving stress and anxiety. Some users have reported that it can help with migraines and arthritis. The expected side effects include paranoia, anxiety, dry mouth, and dry eyes, but these only occur when consumed improperly based on individual body type.
Cannabinoid Lab Data:
– THC: 20-30%
– CBD: <1% - CBN: <0.1% - THC-A: 22.4% - Δ8-THC: <0.01% - CBDV: <0.1% - CBD-A: <0.1% - CBC: 0.1% - CBG: <0.01% - CBG-A: 0.41% Terpene Lab Data: - Linalool: 4.05% - Beta Caryophyllene: 1.44% - Alpha Humulene: 0.71% - Alpha Pinene: 0.71% - Beta Myrcene: 0.37% - Limonene: <0.01% - Terpinolene: <0.01% Unfortunately, I was unable to locate any lab data tables in the provided HTML text.
My Review of the Bruce Banner Strain:
As soon as I took a hit of Bruce Banner, a surge of euphoria flooded my mind, instantly uplifted and energized. This strain really lives up to its namesake, as I felt my stress and worries melt away, leaving me with a blissful and creative mindset. The heady high was coupled with a body relaxation that wasn’t overwhelming, allowing me to remain productive and focused. The woody and earthy aroma was a delight to the senses, and the smoothness of the smoke made the experience all the more enjoyable. If you’re looking for a strain that offers a potent cerebral buzz alongside physical relaxation, Bruce Banner is definitely worth a try.