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Hippie Crippler

Effects

  • Energetic
  • Tingly
  • Dry Mouth
  • Nervous

Pairs Well With

  • Exploring Nature
  • Walking in the City
  • Yoga

About this Hybrid Strain

This cannabis plant is considered a pure hybrid, though it probably expresses a bit more sativa than it does indica. The buds from Hippie Crippler are long and wide, with tiny light-colored calyxes.

It smells powerfully skunky with a sharp sweetness, and its smoke tastes like a pine forest after a warm rain.

Hippie Crippler’s name is a little misleading. It is not known for being a couch-locker as one would expect with a name like “Crippler.” This strain is strongly recommended for daytime use as it provides a shot of energy to the brain. The buzz resides primarily in the head, but its body high can overshadow its prominent cerebral effects, as it’s known to cause tingles.

Hippie Crippler is a good strain for managing pain, controlling nausea, subduing cramps, or dealing with other neuropathic issues. For those with debilitating conditions but needing to plow through a hard day’s work or just wanting to enjoy some physical activity outdoors, try this strain.

Cottonmouth is a common side effect from Hippie Crippler, as is paranoia. Those sensitive to sativas may experience sluggishness, oddly enough, especially from higher doses.

This cannabis plant is considered a pure hybrid, though it probably expresses a bit more sativa than it does indica. The buds from Hippie Crippler are long and wide, with tiny light-colored calyxes. It smells powerfully skunky with a sharp sweetness, and its smoke tastes like a pine forest after a…

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