Green Crack has an Indica bud structure, with dense buds that are smaller and round than chunky. The leaves are bright green to yellow, although the pigments in some phenotypes can cause some leaves to have purple when plants are exposed to cold temperatures during the growing process. The flower is coated in milky-white trichomes, giving them a glistening appearance and a sticky texture. This visual appeal is matched by a unique scent. Curing it properly, the flowers have a bright citrus aroma with mellow undertones of wood and spice. The smoke is smooth and leaves a tang at the top of the tongue, reminiscent with a burst of mango. On the exhale, smoke tastes vaguely spicy and hash, perhaps evidence of Afghani in its heritage.
Despite having mostly indica physical characteristics, Green Crack has a buzzy and strong Sativa high. It provides users with a boost of energy and follows with a euphoric cerebral mindset, making this an excellent morning wake and bake strain. Green Crack’s potency can make chores like dishes and laundry tasks more enjoyable. Green Crack can also have some slight visual distortion, including psychedelic effects and, an odd sense of time dilation. Because it can leave users feeling fairly wired and uplifted, this strain isn’t recommended for late-night use.
However, its energizing effects can be significant for freeing users from exhaustion. Green Crack can also aid those suffering from depression and anxiety. In large enough doses, the tendency towards recursive cerebral thinking can plunge some into panic or paranoia.
Despite the edginess of its name, Green Crack is more likely to make users inspired and energized than strung out and manic. Providing one of the best of what Sativa varieties have to offer, it’s an excellent strain for enhancing your appreciation of your surroundings or only as a way to help you get up and go.