SickMeds Green Crack

I am one of those pro-cannabis activists who don’t like this strain name.  I suggest we change it to Krakatoa.

I have had the chance to smoke this twice with small samples from HPRC in Arcata and THC in Myrtletown (this was a couple of years ago) and I will say its (Green Crack) bag appeal is second to none, so its easy to see why the growers and dealers like it.   Nice nickel and dime size very solid nugs, glistening gold, blue, green, purple.  Like little jewels.  Nice smell.  Great smoke, but not the absolute best IMHO but again its easy to see why some tokers will LOVE this strain, if the Sickmeds seeds can provide a legit rep of the strain.  Good GC is top shelf, top dollar so finding good seeds is a plus.  If anyone grows these let us know in a comment.

Green Crack Feminized Seeds (S1)


Green Crack Feminized Seeds (S1)

Indoor / outdoor

Originally titled Green Cush, just Cush or Lillie Coy when it was released as a clone only, this mango/papaya smelling beauty its a ’89 SSSC Skunk#1 crossed with a mysterious Californian Indica. This strain is very easy to grow and barely need any attention from its grower, if vegged bit longer, will surprise with descent yield around 450-500g per square meter indoor. She like to be trimmed from the bottom “lollipopped” and pruned/topped to get best yield off her. Green Crack also have a tendency to turn purple in colder temperatures making it really nice treat for Your eye, effects are very uplifting and energetic but don’t be fooled this is strong weed !

Medical uses:  Stress and pain.

Type:  75% Sativa

Line: Green Crack x Green Crack

Yield:  450g/m2

Cannabinoids: THC 18.7%, THCV 0.9%, CBD 0.0%, CBG 0.6%, CBN 0.3%, CBC 0.7%

Indoor flowering 49 to 55 days

Outdoor harvest mid September

Green Crack smoke report (Humboldt Cooperative)

3 Responses to “SickMeds Green Crack”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    “Green Crack”? With a name like that, you know it’s TOTALLY for medicinal purposes.

    When you talk about your ‘medicine’ in this way, it becomes abundantly clear that it’s not at all about any kind of medication, Bill…

    On a side note, would you rather this strain of dope be called “Krakatoa” so that it’s not so blatantly, yet still has the same sound, so as not to confuse all you stoners who’ve smoked their capacity for memory away?

  2. “Green Crack” was a tongue in cheek name allegedly given to the strain by no less a personage than the legendary “Snoop Dogg” (aka “Snoop Lion”), after watching his crew go through pounds of the stuff.

    It also goes by a number of other far less obnoxious names in the CA dispensaries, including Green Coy, and Dream Queen. So you don’t have to rename it. . .that’s already been done!

    Anyway, I have grown out Sickmeds version. As expected for a self-cross of a hybrid, his S1 version puts out different phenos and overall plant structure will vary, but these definitely have the scent, flavor and dense bud structure of the original. Also, interestingly, most of the phenos go purple, which is sort of an unexpected benefit.

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