Pink Champagne Strain
Pink Champagne is a indica strain which came from a cross of Granddaddy Purple and Cherry Pie. The buzz lands behind the eyes and emanates outwards, making this a suitable strain for patients suffering from migraines and physical discomfort. With notes of grape and berry, this strain imbues smokers with weighted eyes and a “couch lock” effect, making it a pre-sleep ripper useful for insomnia.
On first inspection, these colorful flowers have all the berry pungency of both parent strains. Sweet blueberry, cherry, and grape aromas mingle with a skunky tang. This pervasive skunkiness is intensified when buds are ground up or broken open. When combusted, Pink Champagne gives off a refreshingly smooth smoke. On the exhale, it has a subtly fruity taste with an underlying yeasty, malty flavor. This strain can also be very pungent when burnt, so smokers looking to keep their consumption discreet should take any necessary precautions.
Pink Champagne takes hold quickly for an indica, beginning as a discernible pressure in the smoker’s face and temples. This gentle throb soon spreads down the neck and outward through the core, resulting a warm wave of relaxation. Smokers may find themselves disoriented by the blunt force of this strain’s sedation. Rather than an exacting, cerebral mindset, users can expect a more lazy, dreamy high, perfectly suited to daydreaming and listening to music, but not the best choice for accomplishing detail-oriented work. As the high progresses, couch-lock is likely to set in. This lazy vibe means that although Pink Champagne may not give you the energy to rage and party, it can be just the thing for a night of low-key socializing with close friends. Because of its relaxing properties, Pink Champagne is more appropriate for nighttime than morning or daytime use.
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