Apple Betty by Herbies Seeds: 33% THC Terpene Treat for 4/20

Apple Betty by Herbies Seeds: 33% THC Terpene Treat for 4/20
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This new, mind-warping miracle of a strain is the latest Herbies recipe for your perfect high holiday! There are thousands of strain names out there that will make your nostrils dilate and your mouth water, but not a lot of them invoke the image of a fresh juicy apple. Apple flavors in weed are few and far between, but that’s exactly what makes them so sought-after by true cannabis aficionados. If you’re one of them, you’ll definitely love Herbies Seeds’ Apple Betty. Of course, there are hundreds of apple varieties (and as many specific flavors), but the instantly recognizable smell of green apple peel is created by a rare terpene called alpha-farnesene. This terp is not well known and rather hard to come by, but it makes those strains that have it all the more precious. And no matter what your preferences in fruit might be, you can’t resist the temptation of 33% THC in your bud. Read on! How Do You Like Them Apples? Apple Betty is one of the latest additions to Herbies Seeds’ in-house line of super potent genetics. She’s a rather balanced hybrid of 40% Sativa and 60% Indica, but her effects, if anything, are meant to put you OFF balance. She’s a three-way cross of Chem’s Sister, Sour Apple, and Chocolate Diesel—a rather intimidating family tree, and the one responsible for her unmistakably psychedelic effects. Expect all sights and sounds around you to become slightly off or downright otherworldly, and you’ll begin to notice strange patterns in everything you hear or see. However, this isn’t the kind of trip that’s likely to turn bad—the dominating sensation is that of intense euphoria fueled by up to 33% THC. It would be quite risky to navigate your world being that high, but, luckily, Apple Betty quickly finds…

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