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Green Crack

Green Crack

4.3| 2588 Reviews

Strain Highlights

Don’t let the name fool you: this is pure cannabis. Few strains compare to Green Crack’s sharp energy and focus as it induces an invigorating mental buzz that keeps you going throughout the day. With a tangy, fruity flavor redolent of mango, Green Crack is the perfect daytime medication for patients treating fatigue, stress, and depression.

Green Crack has branched into two genetic lineages, the most common of which is its sativa line descended from Skunk #1. The 75% indica variety of Green Crack is said to have come from an Afghani strain, and is marked by a tighter bud structure. Because its name perpetuates a negative image of cannabis, some people have taken to calling this strain Cush (with a ‘C’) or Green Cush instead.

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Strain Attributes

Lack of Appetite
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes

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Recommendations & Notes
  • Best results with excellent air circulation
  • Clearing lower branches can improve circulation and air flow
  • Grows best in temperatures between 70 to 80°F (21 to 27°C) and at 50% humidity


  • 1. Citrus
  • 2. Earthy
  • 3. Sweet

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“I'm a kinda small girl and I'm glad I could only hit a bowl of this. I split a fat nug with my friend and I was confused at first, because I had heard that Green Crack was so dank but I wasn't getting it. So I got through my bowl kind of unimpressed. THEN, my face around my eyes started to tingle and my face muscles felt lazy, my eyelids drooped, and I reached for my friend's bong again. The last thing I remember is ...”

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“It picks you up really well and doesn't have the rushed and pressured feeling I get from other sativas that push my body to walk around and strain itself. (I have some auto-immune disorder connected to extreme IBS and IBD, so walking is very difficult). It gets you happy. It gets you creative. It gets you where you need to be.”


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