The name “Green Goblin” can refer to two similar strains: either Green Goblin or a phenotype of that plant. In either case, it’s a sativa-dominant hybrid with a 65:35 sativa/indica ratio. This strain was created by crossing two popular strains, Northern Lights and Skunk #1. THC levels can be very high, upwards of 24%, and that means a potent head high with a powerful burst of energy. There isn’t much CBD in this strain, though, much less than 1%. The high is happy and dreamy, with sharp focus, creativity, and a case of the giggles. Use Green Goblin to treat anxiety, stress, depression, mood disorders, pain, and, for some patients, insomnia. Expect dry mouth and possibly dry eyes, while dizziness and paranoia are less likely. The flavor is earthy and sweet, while the aroma is pungent and loamy. As the name suggests, the dense nugs are lime green with small flecks of brown. Like Green Crack, Green Goblin is found mostly on the West Coast, especially in California and neighboring Oregon, as well as on the legal medical market in Arizona.
Sold in 1 gram packages.