This product is labeled as “Citrix” on the CAMMP website, however the product received was labeled “Citrix Skunk”


Citrix Skunk From CAMMP – 9/10


Nose:

  • very musty & dusty
  • lemony citrus
  • getting some plasticky skunk when broken open
  • almost smelling berry
  • mega plastic/petroleum/grease/skunk smell when busted up – just wafts up & punches you in the nose


Look:

  • manicure looks machined – damn near straight razor shaved with how rounded off it looks
  • extremely hard buds – too hard to be springy
  • tight, super dense & caked in trichomes
  • broken open buds sparkle like crazy
  • fairly dry & hints of stickiness


Roll:

  • RAW single wide paper w/ smaller filter tip used
  • grinds up to inconsistent size – some bigger chunks w/ some powder – very dense
  • rolled OK despite inconsistent size – bigger chunks mixed w/ powdery bits work out nice for rolling
  • ash is whiter grey & very very soft texture


Taste:

  • pine, pine, PINE! straight up getting pine, pine sap, pine resin, pine cone… very pine
  • citrusy
  • little bit of plastic/petroleum/grease
  • woody
  • starts to get sweet during last 1/2 of the joint


High:

  • started to feel lightly about 1/2 way through puffing
  • at roughly 3/4 in, felt like my brain was lit on fire quickly – similarly to how a fuzzy sock lights up when you touch a lighter to it
  • very cerebral
  • helps alleviate pain
  • mildly energetic
  • mind is active
  • feel motivation
  • getting earthy/skunky/chlorophylly type scent well after smoking
  • lasts +2hrs


Reviewed July 20, 2020


Citrix is a sativa dominant hybrid strain created through a cross of the insanely delicious Grapefruit X LA Confidential strains. This rare bud is best known for its powerful flavor and smell that can be too strong for some users. It has a potent stench of skunky citrus with a fruity pungency much like rotting fruit. The taste is a little more mellow, with a sweet and tangy citrus and grapefruit flavor that has a harsh pungent fruity aftertaste that sits on the tongue. Citrix buds have large dense and leafy Christmas tree-shaped minty green nugs with rich purple undertones, sparse fiery orange hairs, and a thick frosty coating of tiny white crystal trichomes and droplets of sweet sticky resin. The Citrix high is very social in nature, with clear-headed effects and a tendency to run your mouth off without any filters whatsoever. It starts with an uplifting energetic head rush that inspires a sense of creativity and launches your mind into deep introspective thought. These thoughts will lead to long-lasting conversations with people around you about the most random of topics – that is, until you become too lazy to continue. These effects and its powerful 18-23% THC level make Citrix perfect for treating chronic stress, mild to moderate cases of depression, chronic pain, cramps, and chronic fatigue.

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