Georgia Pine is a rare evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing Killer Queen G13 X William’s Wonder. Although hard to come by, this bud is infamous for its super sweet earthy pine smell and flavor that has a notable hit of candied watermelon in each fruity exhale. Georgia Pine buds have tiny super tight minty green nugs with sparse orange hairs and a thick frosty coating of tiny bright white crystal trichomes. There’s not much known about the Georgia Pine high other than a few choice patient reviews, but there is a general consensus that it is very well-balanced in nature, hitting both mind and body with a powerful potency. The onset is cerebral in nature, lifting your mind to euphoric heights and infusing you with a heady sense of relaxation. This effect will quickly spread throughout the rest of your body, lulling you into a state of complete calm and ease that lasts for hours on end. Some users do report anxiety or paranoia due to the heady high, so beware if you are prone to either. Thanks to these effects and its high 18-20% average THC level, Georgia Pine is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, inflammation, muscle spasms, and headaches or migraines.
Toke Club’s Take: A beautiful, super sparkling thc on this rare equally balanced hybrid strain. Mostly mid green nugs throughout with medium-firm density buds that are tight in appearance, with some mild foxtailing. Mostly medium to medium large sized buds throughout the bags with a few smaller and few larger pieces tossed in. Trim is fairly tight with some minimal hand cropped leaves sticking out. Nicely fragrant nose, quite unique white widow like with piney, citrus, earthy a bit fruity undertones. Great mid to later mid day smoke, leaving users with a medium burnout. Burn is nice and consistent grey-white after light, all around winner in trips category!