Get Permafrost-ed

Feel the icy chill. 

Permafrost has been regularly consumed around Toke Tank, but we wanted to give you a peek into this great daytime strain that’s awesome to have on hand for any occasion. Permafrost is a Sativa-dominant strain that’s great for socialization, focus and creativity.


Info to Know:
Type: Permafrost, Sativa-dominant.
THC Content: 20.5 percent total THC
Rating: 3.8 out of 5.
Nugs: We picked up a shake blaster, but Permafrost buds are medium-packed and crystally. Kind of dry but light like a fire.
Odor: Smells earthy and cheesy, like a fresh rain before enjoying a delicious warm dinner.
Taste: Smooth and earthy. Rich, thick smoke.
High: Cerebral and relaxed, social with creative energy.




Permafrost was named because its buds are frequently coated in a thick layer of crystally trichomes. We picked this up in shake but having enjoyed Permafrost before, we know the buds are usually dripping with THC goodness. Permafrost’s power comes from its ancestors, which are White Widow and Trainwreck. True to its parent strain, Permafrost is good for medicinal purposes and relaxation.
One hit of frosty Permafrost brings the user immediate happiness which is followed by strong social energy and creative desires. This is a great daytime, cerebral high that brings focus and relaxation. Permafrost calms your inner peace so you can go out and change the world.
This is a 70 percent Sativa and 30 percent Indica strain, which is the perfect combination to bring you an uplifiting daytime high with medium relaxation, but very little body high. This great strain is from Buddy Boy Farms, which is quickly becoming a favorite of ours. Try Permafrost today and you won’t want another day when it isn’t around for you to enjoy.

Photo: Blind Nomad, Unsplash

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