The legendary strain, Poker Face, has been a part of the cannabis community for far longer than the 1997 Nicky Cage movie. It’s well known amongst smokers for its incredibly powerful effects; though not much is known about this particular blend—some believe it to be a combination of two potent indicas—one thing is certain: when you smoke them, your face will tingle like never before!
THC levels reach a mesmerizing 20%, leaning toward an enduring strength. It’s speculated to be 50-50 between sativa and indica, but is usually viewed as predominantly indica due to its extreme body buzz in combination with deep cerebral stony effects. These medicinal buds are overly leafy yet lime green in color, highlighted by red hairs along with small white trichomes which stand out against the darker leaves. The flavors and scents do not astound, however they remain pleasant enough: earthy and woody accompanied by a nice aftertaste.
The Poker Face high is a profoundly invigorating, intense experience that may not be suitable for cannabis novices. It can even make veteran tokers feel disoriented and dizzy at times; however, it often ends with users feeling relaxed and serene. Almost instantly, you’ll become locked-in to your couch – the lethargy that comes with it will overpower any enthusiasm or ambition you had prior. The drowsiness kicks in very quickly and if you are an organized individual make sure to bring a pillow along!
This strain of marijuana is only suggested for experienced consumers. It has a sedating quality that makes it optimal for those with insomnia and various physical ailments, including chronic pain, muscle tension, headaches and even injury! Insomniacs can quickly feel its comforting effects after only a few puffs; likewise individuals suffering from any type of discomfort may also find immediate relief through this incredibly strong flower.The energizing effects of this substance make it a great appetite stimulant, and it can also help with nausea, depression, chronic stress, as well as mild cases of anxiety. However for individuals struggling under the weight of PTSD symptoms or extreme bouts of anxiety and mania it may prove to be too much stimulation – agitating these already difficult conditions further.