Hoarfrost is a rare sativa dominant hybrid strain created through crossing the potent White Forest X White Fire strains. You may be after this bud for its powerful THC level that hits about 20%, but the appearance is what will really get you. Hoarfrost is one of the frostiest buds on the market – each and every leaf and hair is completely blanketed in chunky glittering white crystal trichomes. These buds are sticky to the touch and often leave pieces of trichomes behind on your fingers. As you break them apart, rich hashy diesel aromas can be detected, accented by a touch of sharp citrus. The flavor profile is very sweet and tangy with a citrus overtone accented by a pungent diesel exhale. The Hoarfrost high is very heady in nature with energetic cerebral effects that are perfect for the daytime. You’ll be hit with a sense of alertness and focus that’s perfect for when you need a little extra power to get you going on your to-do list. This feeling isn’t overwhelming and will start to fade slightly as you come down. In combination with its high THC level of about 20%, these effects make Hoarfrost perfect for treating conditions such as mood swings, depression, chronic stress, and fatigue.
Hoarfrost by Cabin Fever Seed Breeders is a pungent hybrid with incredible trichomeproduction. By crossing the mysterious White Forest with Raskal’s own White Fire, CFSB created a stimulating cross with heady euphoria that is ideal for long conversations and afternoons full of imagination. The flower emits a scent of fuel and hash with a gentle undercurrent of tart fruit. Enjoy Hoarfrost to elevate mood and stimulate creativity.
Indica plants are short, usually under six feet, and have fat deep green leaves. Indicas originate from Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and the surrounding areas. The high from a quality indica strain leaves you relaxed and social. The stronger varieties will numb your body and put you to sleep. Great for relaxation, stress relief, and couchlock.
Besides appearance, Indica Strains plants are commonly believed to have different effects on their user. These effects include: