Today’s strain review is on Slymer, which is a phenotype of the Chernobyl strain. Despite its unappetizing name, Slymer is a hybrid strain that combines various strains to create a terpene profile rich in Terpinolene, Caryophyllene, Beta-Pinene, and Limonene. These terpenes give Slymer a pleasantly sweet and tangy citrus scent, reminiscent of lime. Originally bred by TGA Genetics, Slymer is gradually making its way onto shelves in California and Nevada. On close inspection, Slymer’s flowers are covered in a light layer of trichomes, giving them a frosted appearance with light green buds.
Slymer has a high THC percentage, often averaging around 25 percent. As such, it is not recommended for those with a low tolerance to THC. It is advisable to start with a small amount to avoid potential paranoia that can occur when high levels of THC interact with the brain. Reviewers have noted that Slymer has a calming effect on the mind, alleviating any intrusive thoughts that may affect mood. Additionally, it is considered to be a good strain to try before engaging in physical activities with a partner.
My Review of the Slymer Strain:
As I take my first inhale of Slymer, a wave of relaxation washes over me. The sweet and citrusy aroma tickles my senses, instantly putting me in a calm and uplifted mood. The dense, sticky buds burst with vibrant shades of green, adorned with bright orange hairs. With each puff, a smooth and flavorful smoke fills my lungs, leaving behind a hint of zesty lemon on my palate. Slymer’s effects slowly creep in, melting away any tension or stress I carry. I feel myself sinking into a state of blissful euphoria, all the while maintaining focus and creativity. Slymer is a delightful strain that provides a perfect balance between relaxation and motivation.