Dark Matter Strain Colorado-based Rare Dankness is at it again, this time with a sativa-dominant strain that will take you for a wild ride. Dark Matter Strain, also simply called Dark Matter, may lead with uplifting effects but will soon knock you down faster than you’d expect. An incredibly flavorful bud formed by crossing Grape Ape with Nevil’s Wreck, she’s ideal for recreational and medical users.
A decent amount of THC awaits you here, as Dark Matter Strain tops out at 22%. Nugs look almost good enough to eat, as their oversized silhouette is absolutely packed with bright trichomes and enough resin to make you afraid of what you’re about to do. An interesting mix of grapes, earth, skunk, and berries will waft up your nostrils and dance along your tongue, making this a strain you either grow to love or remain hating.
Although Dark Matter is a sativa-dominant bud, don’t expect it to get you through the workday with ease. In fact, it’s probably the last thing you want affecting your livelihood, as the effects you experience are pretty non-functional. An introspective haze awaits you after a few tokes and you’ll find that you fixate on one idea for hours on end. While you’ll feel completely euphoric and very calm, you might also end up staring at the wall and drooling. Eventually, physical effects come to play and leave you feeling incredibly relaxed and in some cases aroused.
Those who have a tough time sleeping will likely turn to this strain above most others as enough of it will put you down for at least a good eight hours. Individuals who just can’t get out of the cycle of negative thinking will find that Dark Matter eliminates all instances of depression, anxiety, and stress, leaving a clear mind in its place. Although THC levels aren’t incredibly high here, the strain is also a smart choice for bodily pain.
If you’ve truly fallen in love with this bud and want to grow your own at home, you’re in luck. Dark Matter is a fairly easygoing strain that thrives inside or outdoors. Keep in mind that plants can get very tall, so if discretion is important, carve out enough inside space to accommodate these beauties. After 10 weeks of maturation, you’ll be ready to harvest a nicely sized yield.