Strain Review Photoperiod
This Sativa dominant Hybrid has been well known in the medical marijuana scene for some time, however it has been known as Green Crack. This strain is distinctly different in smell, taste and effects. It has been argued as to it’s Sativa or Indica leanings, but it’s mind-blowing effects suggest a sativa. It has been suggested it’s origins came from a cross of an Afghani strain with a very special Skunk #1. This information cannot be confirmed. It is known that dispensary owners often balked at the name of this wonderful strain, questioning why someone would name a medicinal strain after a street drug…some even changed the name altogether. This takes us to the back story: Pincher’s Creek is an area of Canada where this strain originated. When they perfected this strain it was called Cush, as with most fantastic strains, this one made its way to California where it was confused with the already popular “Kush” strains. So, to make his prized crop stand out, someone gave it the name “Green Crack”. This strain definitely stood out on its own and became a patient favorite, but no one really liked the name. Lately, some dispensary owners have researched it’s origins and renamed it to reflect its birthplace, Pincher’s Creek. The new, more desireable name is quickly catching on and should replace the illicit sounding name of old.