Tropicana Cookies is a sativa marijuana strain that provides a cereberal and focused high. Bred by Oni Seed Co, Tropicana Cookies crosses GSC and Tangie. The result is an infusion of citrus notes backed up by a smooth cookies flavor.
This strain produces purple buds that have hints of dark green with orange hairs.
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You may see this bud spelled with one “n” or two, but no matter what, Tropicana is a strain that should be high up on your bucket list. Created by The Social Weed in Nevada, she comes to the market with some muddled history. Various sources report different genetics, but breeders state that she’s a cross between Big Bud and White Widow.
The potency of Tropicana also seems to be in question, as some note that she’s seen as high as 27% THC, but again, breeders claim she’s more within the 15% to 17% range. Her nugs are very long and thin with a deep green base color that’s accented by orange pistils and bright white trichomes. If you enjoy fruity strains, this one is certainly for you, as both flavors and aromas feature a lemon-lime note that’s sweet and sour. Hints of berries and herbs are also included, making her fairly well-rounded.
Some sativa-dominant strains are akin to a cup of coffee and can keep you bouncing off the walls for hours, but Tropicana is a little bit different. While most report that her high does infuse you with a decent amount of focus and energy, it probably won’t be too much to manage. Euphoria and the desire to chat with friends can also come into play here, but overall, you’ll probably be able to stay relatively on task during your high. Expect the effects of Tropicana to last quite a while, too.
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Sativa is a primary marijuana strain type known to be energizing and cerebral. Sativa strains are ideal for activities during the daytime that require physical activity or a high level of social interaction. In terms of effects, sativa strains provide a high for your mind, jumpstarting creativity, focus and mental energy. Use this list to explore sativa strains and their effects.
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The main difference between the two types of cannabis is their effect. Indica strains tend to be more of a body high and produce a lethargic feeling in users. Sativa, on the other hand, can help stimulate a consumer who smokes this product. The aroma or scent difference between the two species can exist but it is more of a general rule of thumb than an exact scientific guide to the different species.