If there was ever a more confusing strain on the market, we’d like to meet her, as Animal Gas has cannabis enthusiasts scratching their heads. A cross between Chemdog 91 and Animal Cookies, this bud might hail from Seed Junky Genetics, Exotic Genetix, or even somewhere else. Slightly indica-dominant in nature, she’s sure to provide you with some great effects.
One of the areas of confusion stems from this bud’s potency, as official THC levels haven’t been published. However one look at her nugs will give you a good idea as to just how intense she can be, as huge buds feature purple and pink undertones along with massive amounts of resin. As if you’d expect anything else, Animal Gas has a very strong gassy flavor and aroma, although it is balanced out by notes of lemon and vanilla.
Those who love the more classic sedating effects will no doubt enjoy this strain, as Animal Gas imparts a deep sense of relaxation from the start. That’s not to say her cerebral tendencies aren’t top-notch though, because this bud will send you to a place of euphoria in no time at all. Some find that they feel an increased sense of creativity early on but rarely have the motivation to do anything about it. Ultimately, you’ll fade away into a blissful and sleepy state and might end up waking up the next morning on the couch wondering how you got there.
Because of her potent effects and unique flavors, Animal Gas finds herself at the top of everyone’s medical cannabis list. This bud takes on mental concerns like it’s nobody’s business, often soothing anxiety and depression with just a toke or two. Physical pain also makes its way to the background, as this strain is ideal for addressing migraines, symptoms of arthritis, and more. Great for soothing an upset stomach, smoke just a bit before dinner time to help minimize feelings of nausea.
We’d love to plant Animal Gas in our own backyard and watch these plants thrive, but any mention of purchasing seeds or clones seems to have been wiped from the internet as we know it. Since no one is even sure who her breeders actually are, there’s a chance that cultivating this bud at home will never become an option.