Green Goddess Strain
The eclectic and mysterious lineage of the Green Goddess strain contributes to its diversity in aromas and effects. More often than not, the Green Goddess you’ll encounter will be a sativa-dominant hybrid strain with potent cerebral effects. This leafy green bud features ample red hairs and significant trichome crystals throughout.
Overview of Green Goddess
Green Goddess is a roughly 70 percent sativa and 30 percent indica strain that is believed to be derived from Citral, G-13 Haze, Sweet Leaf Indica, Afghani Hawaiian, and Skunk #1 strains. It features a THC content between 17 and 20 percent. CBD and CBN concentrations are usually less than one percent, sometimes up to one and a half percent. Green Goddess is perfect to take any time during the day or afternoon. It’s trichome-encrusted flower gives off subtle notes of citrus, flower, herbs, and spices. Don’t be surprised to smell notes of grapefruit, rose, and blueberry.
Whether you’re looking to smoke a bit to keep you focused or to wind down with after a long day at work, Green Goddess can help you relax. You’ll enjoy the uplifting rose scent intermingling with wafts full of tropical grapefruit. Effects begin with a rush of energy and plateau into improved concentration and focus throughout the experience.
Effects of Green Goddess
Green Goddess elicits feelings of euphoria, giddiness, happiness, relaxation, and focus. The sativa effects are typically cerebral making this strain ideal to unleash your creativity or zero in on your daily to-do list. Green Goddess is a go-to strain for those looking to increase their productivity and think outside the box.
Negative Effects of Green Goddess
Green Goddess comes with very few and mild side effects that can easily be avoided or relieved. The powerful and revitalizing effects can come with dry mouth and dry eyes. People have also reported getting headaches or feeling anxious.
Lineage of Green Goddess
A recent test in Seattle showed higher THC levels than the bud of the same name in Los Angeles, calling into question whether they are the same hybrid, or just the same name. The Washington weed was also significantly more crystalized and whiter. Green Goddess is typically found as a sativa-dominant hybrid mix between Citral, G-13 Haze, Afghani, Hawaiian, Sweet Leaf Indica, and Skunk #1 strains.
Growing Green Goddess
Green Goddess thrives in moderately humid and warm temperatures. It’s grown both indoors and outdoors, but thrives in an outdoor setting. Green Goddess plants can take anywhere from 10 to 13 weeks for their flowering time before harvest season which falls in mid-to-late November. An indoor grower can expect a yield of 10 to 12 ounces per square meter planted or 12 ounces per plant when grown outdoors.
Where to Find Green Goddess
Green Goddess seeds are extremely hard to come by if you’re looking to grow at home. You’ll probably need to know someone who grows them and get a cut from a full season plant. If you want to snag some Green Goddess flower and products, you’ll have a better chance at dispensaries in cities like Los Angeles and Seattle.
The eclectic and mysterious lineage of the Green Goddess strain contributes to its diversity in aromas and effects. More often than not, the Green Goddess you’ll encounter will be a sativa -dominant hybrid strain with potent cerebral effects. This leafy green bud features ample red hairs and significant trichome crystals throughout.