The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain Toxic Punch has a fragrance and taste that is reminiscent of its name, with fruity undertones and hints of pine and skunk. The buds are ready to be harvested and have a shape similar to peppers, with a deep sage green color and a thin layer of trichomes.
The THC levels of Toxic Punch range from 15-25%, depending on the cultivation techniques used. Its high is known to induce a hazy state of mind, often leading to deep introspection. It is important to note that consuming Toxic Punch should be avoided if there are any important tasks that need to be completed. However, despite the mind feeling distant, the body experiences a surge of energy, making it a great strain to consume before going for a long walk in the park or hiking, allowing the mind to wander.
Some common side effects of consuming Toxic Punch include dry mouth and dry eyes. In some cases, consuming above tolerance levels may lead to feelings of paranoia.
For outdoor growers, Toxic Punch is typically ready for harvest at the end of September or early October.
Cannabinoid Lab Data
CBD: <1% Genetics of Toxic Punch stem from three different strains: the hybrid White Widow, sativa Casey Jones, and indica Blueberry.
My Review of the Toxic Punch Strain:
I just had a mind-bending experience with Toxic Punch, and oh boy, what a ride! From the moment I took my first puff, the room erupted in a whirlwind of euphoria and creativity. This strain is not for the faint-hearted; it launched me into a cloud of giggles and uplifted my mood instantly. The dense smoke tasted like a fusion of tropical fruits and earthy undertones, leaving behind a sweet and tangy aftertaste. Its potent effects took me on a rollercoaster of relaxation, melting away all stress and worries. Toxic Punch is an absolute knockout, delivering a powerful punch that’s perfect for unwinding after a long day.