Stemming from Humboldt Snow and an Unknown Haze, the Snowcap strain of cannabis is easily one of the most popular Sativa-dominant strains in the United States.
Snowcap Strain = Humboldt Snow x Unknown Haze
The Snowcap cannabis strain is widely known for its ability to provide an energetic/buzzing head high, with little to no body fatigue or ‘heavy’ feeling.
At my most recent visit to SFVDM Collective in Los Angeles, CA I noticed they got a new batch of Snowcap in and decided I was going to make a donation. After speaking with some friends and the budtender at the collective, I was expecting the Snowcap strain to make me feel anywhere from euphoric to happy to creative.
“The Snowcap cannabis strain is widely known for its ability to provide an energetic/buzzing head high, with little to no body fatigue or ‘heavy’ feeling.”
As one would expect, after getting a chance to vaporize a little less than an eighth in a span of 2 days, I learned a lot about the Snowcap strain. I found it to be great for relieving stress and anxiety due to its fast-acting, uplifting head-high.
I believe Snowcap is on the list of top strains to wake up to as it seems to really get the brain going. I found it easy to medicate with Snowcap throughout my entire day without feeling tired or lazy, making it an instant favorite for getting through a long workday.
Uplifting, Energetic Effects With A Good Flavor Profile
Snowcap contains flavors of citrus, lemon, a little nutmeg, and vanilla. I personally found the terpenoid profile for Snowcap to be generally sweet, cool, and reminiscent of the Jack Herer strain.
As an outdoor plant or greenhouse plant Snowcap is known to grow into a much larger plant due to its Sativa genetics. Rumored to be available by clone only, the quality of yield from just one of these plants is considerably good compared to other strains with similar growing requirements.
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