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She’s a Dirty Girl

Bright, euphoric and blissful

Dirty Girl is a Sativa-dominant hybrid grown by Flying K Farms that is a heavy-hitter. A lot spacier and heavier than an average Sativa, this strain packs a punch and almost should be classified as an Indica. It’s blissful, euphoric and bright; each hit you take starts the uplifting experience all over again.

Info to Know:

Type: Dirty Girl, Sativa-dominant

THC Content: 23.3 percent total THC

Rating: 3.8 out of 5.

Nugs: Light colored, dense, dark and dry.

Odor: Lemon, citrus and tropical notes.

Taste: Sweet and light, flavorful and fruit. Almost a pumpkin-like aftertaste.

High: Bright, euphoric and blissful, but with creeping bouts of paranoia

Dirty Girl

Dirty Girl is a mixture of Trainwreck and Cinderella 99—get it?!  With that hilarious image in your mind, Dirty Girl is actually a peaceful and stress-relieving strain that helps with happiness and battles against depression. One hit helps you relax into a brighter state of consciousness.

Dirty Girl is a hybrid strain, although it’s Sativa-dominant. It’s a fun one, although when we first smoked it, we found it to be very head-heavy and seemed almost like an Indica strain. Be careful of the creeping paranoia, as this has been widely reported with this strain (and we felt it too.) After those effects faded away, Dirty Girl proved to be an uplifting, creative and happy strain that helped increase of focus.

The first hit is strong and the high is immediate. It is felt in the back of your head and creeps forward toward your eyes, giving you a new view on the world. Exhaling the firey smoke brings you into a trance-like state and Dirty Girl takes hold of your mind, bring you euphoria and bliss.

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