Citradelic Sunset by Muv

When I heard the name of this strain, I knew I had to try it! It sounded like the perfect pairing for a Florida girl. I purchased an 1/8th, or 3.5 g, for $40.

Citradelic Sunset is a 50/50 hybrid, even though it is labeled by Muv as a Sativa. It is a cross between Ghost Train Haze and Mandarin Sunset, created by Ethos Genetics’. The first thing I noticed is the lime green hue of the buds. It is the most vibrant colored flower I’ve ever seen, and it is beautiful! It also holds true to its name with strong scents & flavors of citrus.

With such a strong smell of sour, tangy oranges and limes, I thought the terpene profile on this strain would be easy to find. Unfortunately, that was not the case and I couldn’t locate its terpene profile anywhere. This is frustrating and something I wish all dispensaries would start to provide on each strain. I’d assume there is a good amount of Limonene present, which can also be found in citrus fruits. It is the 2nd most abundant terpene, and it said to improve your mood and reduce stress. It also has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.

In terms of cannabinoids, this particular batch was 27.5% THC and .1% CBD, if I did the math correctly. Muv labels their flower a little differently than most, and provides the total amount of THC present in the entire 3.5g of cannabis. Therefore, this batch totaled 963 MG of THC and 3.85 MG of CBD.

Citradelic Sunset is a very balanced hybrid. As an Indica would, it provides physical relaxation. However, its Sativa side keeps your mind awake. Calming feelings take over your body, as your mind invites imaginative and introspective thoughts. This strain leaves you feeling tranquil, without causing too much sedation. As a result, I would recommend Citradelic Sunset for daytime or evening use. It would be a great after dinner digestive, perfect for relaxing on the couch, while allowing you to stay awake until the end of your show. This strain is said to be good for treating chronic pain, muscle spasms, chronic fatigue, nausea and depression.

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