It’s smell and taste are of pine and earthy, with undertones of tangy citrus. Its buds are heart-shaped and jungle deep green, with amber pisitils and opaque trichomes. It derives its name from its resemblance to a pear cactus.
The parent strains of Cactus are both indica: Northern Lights and Afghani.
THC levels of Cactus believe to average between 15%-20% because of its potency noted by reviewers, though it has not yet been officially lab tested. Its high will produce a balance of the mind and body, with a boost in motivation and liberation. It can be consumed throughout the day despite being indica – it will not cause sedation or couch-lock. However, slight lazy waves may occur once the high begins to wear down. The body will be relieved of tension and aches, with many reviewers highlighting its ability to numb pains.