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Slymer

Taste & Smell

  • Sour
  • Sweet

About this Hybrid Strain

Today’s strain review is on Slymer, which is known to be a Chernobyl phenotype.

Slymer may not sound appetizing, but don’t let its name dismay you. It’s characteristics stem from several different strain genetics, meshing together to form a terpene profile high in Terpinolene, Caryophyllene, Beta-Pinene, and Limonene. These terpenes give Slymer a deliciously sweet and tart scent that’s citrusy and similar to lime. It was originally bred by TGA Genetics and is slowly beginning to find its way on shelves in California and Nevada. When you look closely at Slymer, its covered in a light layer of trichomes that cause its flowers to look like frosted light green buds.

The THC percentage of Slymer is often high and averages at 25 percent, so this isn’t a strain for the faint of heart. Start slow with this one to avoid any paranoia that might creep up when too much THC interacts with the brain. Reviewers are beginning to note that Slymer keeps the mind relaxed from outside thoughts that may hinder our mood, and that it can be a good strain to try before getting physical with your partner.

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Today’s strain review is on Slymer, which is known to be a Chernobyl phenotype. Slymer may not sound appetizing, but don’t let its name dismay you. It’s characteristics stem from several different strain genetics, meshing together to form a terpene profile high in Terpinolene, Caryophyllene,…