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Apple Blossom Strain

Updated: Jan 30

Apple Blossom is a 50/50 hybrid with Blueberry Muffin and Dream Queens genetics. Its THC Contents are found to be from 20%-30%, making it a potent tasteful strain. The terpenes Limonene, Camphene, Pinene, and Linalool are some of the terpenes found in Apple Blossom, which makes it very tasty and beneficial.

50/50 Hybrid

Apple Blossom has a green look that makes the trichomes stand out even more. It also has hints of purple under the nugs. I got a sweet, flowery, pleasant smell from it. After breaking down the nugs, you got an even more fruity scent that would leave your mouth watering! The taste you got from inhaling was a sour lemon taste; it had a citrus taste during exhaling. With all the different flavors, the strain is very tasteful!

The effects it brings will uplift mood, hunger, and relaxation. It also helps relieve symptoms such as fatigue, stress, and nausea. After trying Apple Blossom, I felt very relaxed and uplifted. It did help relieve some pain in my knee from a recent injury. At first, I felt the relaxing part towards the end; I started to get a little energy that made the comedown balance out very nicely. Linalool is a strong terpene that helps fight insomnia, anxiety, and depression. Linalool also has a floral scent that can put you in a relaxed mood.

Overall, Apple Blossom is a delicious strain that is recommended to get. With its multiple properties of smelling/tasting sweet, it helps relieve stress and pain; with relaxation, this strain could be just the perfect one for you!


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