Green Crack From Chronic Post – 8.5/10


  • pine
  • very dank & earthy
  • some hay/straw
  • somewhat skunky
  • smells very potent


  • manicure is lacking
  • buds are nice & tight
  • mostly light green w/ orange hairs
  • covered w/ so much trichomes that it has a whitish appearance & sparkles
  • not sticky

Almost Has A Whitish Appearance Due To All The Trichomes


  • RAW single wide paper w/ smaller filter tip used
  • busted up chunkier than preferred
  • very minimal leftover in grinder
  • good moisture content led to an OK roll
  • ash is medium-grey but texture is slightly course & stained my finger tips black

An OK Roll


  • tastes very earthy/woodsy
  • some hay/straw taste
  • cholorphyll
  • has a greasy & slightly skunky aftertaste


  • started feeling it closer to the end of the J
  • feels like an energy boost
  • some body/head buzz going on
  • keep getting whiffs of greasy skunk
  • upbeat – really good high w/ fair amount of energy

Green Crack Has A Greasy Aftertaste

Reviewed April 19, 2020

Green Crack has a classically indica bud structure, with dense buds that are more small and clustered than chunky. The leaves are pale green to yellow, although the pigments in some phenotypes can cause some leaves to be streaked with purple when plants are exposed to cold during the growing process. Rust-colored pistils stand out against the colorful flowers. The buds are also coated in milky-white trichomes, giving them a sticky texture and a glistening appearance. This visual appeal is matched by a dynamic scent. Cured properly, the flowers have a bright citrus scent with mellow undertones of earthiness and wood. The smoke is very smooth, and leaves a tang at the top of the palate and the back of the tongue, reminiscent of mango. On the exhale, smoke tastes vaguely hashy and spicy, perhaps evidence of Afghani in its lineage.

Despite the edginess of its name, Green Crack is more likely to make users energized and inspired than strung out and manic. Providing the best of what sativa varieties have to offer, it’s a great strain for enhancing your appreciation of your surroundings or simply as a way to help you get up and go. It’s also unique in its potency — even for more experienced cannabis fans, a little bit of this controlled substance can go a long way.

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