Rainbow belts strain
Rainbow Belts strain, also known as “Rainbow Belt,” is an indica marijuana strain made from by crossing Moonbow with Zkittlez. The effects of Rainbow Belts are mostly calming. Consumers say this strain offers a euphoric high that leaves you feeling happy and relaxed. Rainbow Belts is 20% THC, making this strain an ideal choice for cannabis consumers with a high THC tolerance. Rainbow Belts has sedating qualities so it’s best to enjoy this strain during the evening hours. The flavor and aroma of this strain may remind you of sweet and fruity candy. Medical marijuana patients choose Rainbow Belts to relieve symptoms associated with insomnia. This strain was originally bred by Archive Seed Bank.
Rainbow belt strain
You know the taste of milk after eating a bowl of fruity flavored cereal? How it is sugary-sweet and contains remnants of flavorful citrus or berries? Imagine if that scent and taste could be turned into a cannabis strain. You’d get the one called Cereal Milk. Some dispensaries might call it the Cereal and Milk strain.
The Cereal Milk strain is a potent hybrid that not only produces a delicious scent and flavor reminiscent of fruity cereal milk, but its cured buds are a site to behold. They present with varying shades of deep mossy greens mixed with pale yellows. Its pistils are a light orange and its trichomes make it look like it’s been dunked in sugar.
Cereal Milk strain effects offer a balance of sativa and indica effects according to reviewers, meaning it soothed both their mind and body while enhancing creativity or focus. Some have used Cereal Milk weed to calm the stresses of the day, while others enjoyed it to relax and chill out in front of a movie with friends.
Cereal Milk THC levels tend to fluctuate depending on cultivation and curing methods used, so give your batch a check before creating a serving for yourself. As for Cereal Milk strain genetics, they remain unknown. However, it’s believed to have resulted from crossing “The Y” with “Snowman“, which is a sativa-dominant phenotype of Cookies.