The Miracle Whip strain is a rare cultivar that you may struggle to find in your local dispensary. Its reputation is intriguing, but its elusiveness makes searching for information on the strain almost as difficult as actually procuring it. Luckily, we at Kush 21 pride ourselves on researching and obtaining key details about rare and classic strains, Miracle Whip included.
Miracle Whip is comprised of the genetics of a trifecta of popular strains: Cookies and Cream, Starfighter, and Columbian. Two of the parent strains are hybrids, while the Columbian is a classic landrace Sativa. The complex lineage of Miracle Whip results in a colorful palette of flavors and effects.
Typically, the strain’s THC content ranges between 20%-24%. Its high levels of terpinolene give Miracle Whip a woodsy aroma with subtle hints of flowers and citrus, all reflected in the flavor of the strain.
Little information is available on the effects of Miracle Whip, but the few testimonials from users describe a potentially deeply relaxing experience. The strain may relieve pain, ease muscle tension, and reduce general inflammation in the body. Miracle Whip might help you power through tasks and obligation with mindfulness, but with a lower amount of stress. Others reported a slight level of sedation, which may help users combat insomnia.
If you can track it down, Miracle Whip may be the perfect strain for those looking for motivation to take on simple chores, or those wanting to catch up on some much-needed R&R.