The Banana Split strain is another Tangie cross that’s bred by Crockett Farms. By breeding Banana Sherbert with Tangie you end up with another sativa-dominant delight that’s brimming with terps.
Big, frosty buds are typical when growing this strain. It offers some of your more classic sativa-like effects such as euphoria, cerebral focus, relaxation, and an overall uplifting feeling. Much like another cultivar from Crockett, the Clementine strain, a pretty rare terpene takes the spotlight.
You’ll notice a general resiny juiciness to the frosty trichome-covered buds of this strain. Banana Split has the ability to stimulate your brain with a blast of citrus and floral terps that will smack a smile on your face. This is the kind of high that can potentially lead to bursts of creativity, as well as quell depression. Those with anxiety may also find this strain useful in their day-to-day to pick things up intermittently.
Terpinolene once again comes to shine as the dominant terpene in the Banana Split strain. Offset by this sweet and “fresh” smelling terpene that’s thought to be truly uplifting to your spirits, you get myrcene and limonene. The latter terpenes are boosters to the pleasant cerebral high many associate with sativa strains. Myrcene comes in with floral and sweet terps, while the lemony citrus of the limonene rounds out the smoke. Depending on the pheno, the notorious citrus flavor from its Tangie parent may take dominance.
Find Banana Split In California
Throughout the state of California, you can find plenty of cannabis companies producing delicious Banana Split strains. Some of the laudable companies cultivating this flavorful offering include Viola, CRU, Casa Humboldt, and more.