The indicia-leaning hybrid, White Truffle strain, may contain around 25% THC and is chosen by many medical marijuana patients to treat stress and fatigue. Many who have consumed the strain say it is calming and slightly buzzy, and best consumed after a long day when you need help easing into relaxation.
Continue reading to learn more about the White Truffle strain and what consumers say about it.
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White Truffle Strain
According to Leafly, White Truffle is a phenotype of the Gorilla Butter F2 strain. As a result, White Truffle may also help with anxiety and pain. The name comes from a wild-grown but highly valuable type of mushroom that can only be found in and around Alba, Italy. The parent strain, Gorilla Butter, was made from a cross of GG4 and the Peanut Butter Breath strain, giving it an average of 18% THC. Another genetic gift of Gorilla Butter’s parents is an earthy aroma that can also be appreciated, in the White Truffle strain.
Additionally, the White Truffle strain contains high amounts of caryophyllene, limonene, and humulene. As a result, you may taste a peppery, citrus, and hoppy flavor in the mix, that may be interpreted as a buttery, skunky, and nutty flavor. Furthermore, offspring of the White Truffle strain include Blue Truffle and Chimera, which are still very new to the world of weed.
Many consumers rave about their White Truffle experiences. This is what one Leafly Reviewer had to say, “The effects are hard-hitting and as well as quick-hitting. This is now by far my number one strain. I have tried over 100+ strains by now, and all have well-known profiles on here. This is why I felt compelled to write a review, to help lead you all to the promised land.”
If you are interested in trying some White Truffle flower in a pre-roll or in flower form, pull up to a Kush 21 location near you. While some locations may have more products in stock than others, it’s best to check the online menu first, to ensure a successful pick-up.