Cinex by Nabadon Farm

$5.83
per 1 g
$18.33
per 1/8 oz
$33.33
per 1/4 oz
$62.50
per 1/2 oz
$112.50
per 1 oz
Product description
[Cinex is a slightly sativa dominant hybrid strain (60% sativa/40% indica) created through crossing the classic Cinderella 99 and Vortex strains. Known for its super creative high, Cinex is perfect for when you need a little boost to get the artistic juices flowing or just to get up and off the couch. You'll feel an influx of creative energy a few minutes after your first toke, lifting your spirits and filling you with a sense of focused creativity. This lifted state is accompanied by a sense of light physical relaxation and calm that helps keep you anchored as your mind soars higher and higher. You won't feel too sedated in this state, but rather completely at ease with the world around you. In combination with its high 15-25% average THC level, these effects make Cinex perfect for treating conditions such as chronic pain, ADD/ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, chronic fatigue, Fibromyalgia, hyperactivity and seizures. This bud has a sweet and citrusy flavor with a spicy pine exhale. The aroma is very similar, although with hints of pungent pepper and skunk, too. Cinex buds have heavy conical minty green nugs with lots of furry orange hairs and a coating of tiny amber-tinted white crystal trichomes.
FlowerArousedCinexCreativeEuphoricFlowerySativaSativa-DominantSweet
THC/A
17%

About this strain: Cinex

Cinex is a popular strain native to the Pacific Northwest, but the exact origins of the original cultivar are unknown. A cross between Cinderella 99 and Vortex, this sativa-leaning strain is often recommended to tokers looking for a creative or euphoric high.


Cinex is said to have an aroma of citrus and fresh pine, with a pungent flavor best described as an earthy skunkiness.


While Pacific Seed Bank claims that its Cinex seeds will lead to a strain with up to 24% THC, a lab-tested variety grown and sold by the Washington state-based cannabis farm Trail Blazin’ has tested for THC content of about 13%. Lab testing conducted by Confidence Analytics found a presence of several therapeutically beneficial terpenes in the cultivarincluding limonene, which has a zesty citrus fragrance and demonstrates analgesic, anti-anxiety, and anti-inflammatory properties; as well as caryophyllene, an herbal woodlike terpenoid that is a notable dietary cannabinoid.

Cinex is a popular strain native to the Pacific Northwest, but the exact origins of the original cultivar are unknown. A cross between Cinderella 99 and Vortex, this sativa-leaning strain is often recommended to tokers looking for a creative or euphoric high.


Cinex is said to have an aroma of citrus and fresh pine, with a pungent flavor best described as an earthy skunkiness.


While Pacific Seed Bank claims that its Cinex seeds will lead to a strain with up to 24% THC, a lab-tested variety grown and sold by the Washington state-based cannabis farm Trail Blazin’ has tested for THC content of about 13%. Lab testing conducted by Confidence Analytics found a presence of several therapeutically beneficial terpenes in the cultivarincluding limonene, which has a zesty citrus fragrance and demonstrates analgesic, anti-anxiety, and anti-inflammatory properties; as well as caryophyllene, an herbal woodlike terpenoid that is a notable dietary cannabinoid.

Top reported strain effects

  • Euphoric

  • Aroused

  • Creative

Top reported strain flavors

  • Flowery

  • Sweet

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