Cinex

Reported Genotype
hybrid

Strain Description

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. With a flowering period between 50 to 60 days indoors, growers can expect Cinex to yield bountiful amounts of light green buds coated with frosty white trichomes. This medium-sized plant is known to sprout dense and rounded crystal-laden colas, making it easy to trim and a great option for novice-level cultivators. According to the Pacific Seed Bank, which sells feminized Cinex seeds, this plant can be grown either indoors or outdoors, but tends to thrive in a cooler, well-controlled grow environment. 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. With a flowering period between 50 to 60 days indoors, growers can expect Cinex to yield bountiful amounts of light green buds coated with frosty white trichomes. This medium-sized plant is known to sprout dense and rounded crystal-laden colas, making it easy to trim and a great option for novice-level cultivators. According to the Pacific Seed Bank, which sells feminized Cinex seeds, this plant can be grown either indoors or outdoors, but tends to thrive in a cooler, well-controlled grow environment. 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.

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