A cerebral indica strain can be hard to find. Something that induces more of a mental high rather than gluing the user to the couch. The Watermelon strain, who’s genetic lineage remains a mystery, is that indica strain. The unique combination of terpenes leads to the psychological effects associated with this strain.
The terpenes in the Watermelon strain can be attributed to elevated moods and euphoria. Users have also reported a tingling sensation behind the eyes and temples, a feeling I usually connect with Headband. Indica dominant strains don’t typically have these qualities. This speaks to the importance of understanding the terpene profile of the cultivar as well. Look to this strain to help wash away stress after a long day at work or fuel an appetite when you can’t decide what to eat.
This strain smells like a combination of juicy watermelons and strawberries, a perfect pairing for a relaxing summer day. The fruit aroma translates well to the flavor you could expect to experience. Pair this strain with some lemonade and a BBQ.
Dipped in trichomes that make each nug shine layers of orange pistils stick poke their way through. The sticky nature of Watermelon makes it complicated to grind up, but the multitude of possible effects is worth the hard work.