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Acid Rock Hemp Strain

Acid Rock hemp strain

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The Acid Rock hemp strain, also known as one of the most ‘‘adorable’’ hemp flower, stands out thanks to its unique appearance. Those who have seen this flower firsthand know that it is easy to recognize among others.

This is the strain to try if you’d like a heavy CBD hemp flower that is therapeutic for the mind and immensely body-relaxing.

Acid Rock is the name of this hemp strain.  A fine title for this strain because freeing your spirit is its essence.

Acid Rock is all about feeling relaxed and well-grounded while remaining clear-headed, alert, and creative. I don’t always need to get high, and sometimes I just like to enjoy a bit of CBD as I rock out to my favorite tunes, pun intended!

I want to share my experiences with the Acid Rock strain so you can decide whether it’s the right type of rock for you!

The CBD content of the Acid Rock hemp strains is medium-high, around 14%, and is low in THC. Those who use it have nothing but good things to say, with its aromatic profile being highly appealing. What makes this strain so unique?

Key Takeaways

  • Acid Rock is a CBD hemp strain made by crossing River Rock with Suzy Q.
  • The strain contains 13 - 15% CBD (cannabidiol) but negligible THC content (<1%).
  • It is a strain that enhances creativity and sharpens people’s perspectives while relaxing.

What Is the Acid Rock Hemp Strain?

This strain is a cross of two high-CBD strains. The final product is a moderate to high-CBD strain, up to 15% in some versions. You could smoke this any time of day or night, as it won’t get you high.

Acid Rock Hemp Strain Appearance

Admittedly, the Acid Rock hemp flower doesn’t look too eye-catching. It has a distinctly hemp-like appearance, by which I mean the buds are relatively dark green without too many light green highlights. 

However, they do feature a good helping of orange, almost red pistils combined with a thick layer of white crystals, which is where all of that CBD is contained! The buds are somewhat dense and sticky to the touch while being elongated and irregularly shaped.

Acid Rock Hemp Strain Genetics

The Acid Rock strain contains some interesting genetics. It is, of course, CBD-dominant, and this is because it was bred from two other highly popular high CBD low THC strains: River Rock and Suzy Q

Acid Rock Hemp Strain Lineage

The Acid Rock hemp strain has two parents worth talking about, River Rock and Suzy Q, which I’ve enjoyed trying.

First, we have River Rock, a high-CBD strain known for its abundance of CBD and potential to relax people. We then have Suzy Q, yet another high-CBD strain, also known for its potential to relax, as well as its pain-relieving potential.

River Rock is mainly known for its use in oils, its high components of terpenes and CBD, allowing great relaxation.

On the other hand, Suzy Q has a different profile of CBD, allowing clarity of mind and relaxing the body to provide an utterly lucid relaxation experience while relieving pains and aches.

As a result of crossing these two great strains, the Acid Rock hemp strain inherits both parents’ finest attributes. This bud is ideal for users seeking concentration, creativity, and many other benefits.

Acid Rock Hemp Strain THC/CBD Content

The Acid Rock hemp strain contains under 1% THC which is something I like about it because I can smoke as much of it as I want without getting high. Such little THC isn't psychoactive, so you don’t have to worry about being put down for the count.

This is a strain that you can smoke and still feel fine because it’s high in CBD and low in THC. There’s some impressive CBD content here, up to 15%  in some varieties.

And as you will see shortly, CBD has potential benefits for relaxation and staying calm.

Acid Rock Hemp Strain Terpenes and Reported Flavors

The terpenes in the Acid Rock hemp strain are myrcene (the most common terpene in Cannabis), β-caryophyllene (also found in black pepper), limonene (also in citrus oils), pinene (found in pine), linalool (the floweriest of terpenes, also found in lavender), terpinolene (common in plants), ocimene (also in basil and oregano), and valencene (found in oranges and grapefruit).

As far as the taste and aroma go, you experience an aroma of diesel, gas, and fuel with a kind of metallic and floral aftertaste, steel roses, maybe, with an earthy note also present and a little bit of citrus on the exhale.

It’s definitely quite the complex bouquet. I really like the myrcene for its pain-relieving properties and limonene for its long-reaching analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects. The terp limonene also goes a long way in relieving pain and inflammation.

Effects

Make no mistake, Acid Rock is a CBD strain with very little or no THC, and will certainly not get you stoned. However, thanks to its high CBD content, I always get high on Acid Rock – high on the mellow, relaxing calm

Other times, I get the sleepy vibes that the weed brings, not because CBD is a sedative but simply because it puts me into such a good state of mind. Certainly, the calming, anti-anxiety effects of CBD can cause sleepiness.

What I like about the Acid Rock strain is that it enhances my focus and alertness. This is why it is one of my favorite strains to consume in the morning or before an endeavor that requires some creative and outside-the-box thinking. I also find that Acid Rock allows for a bit of pain relief, something I attribute to the various terpenes it contains.

In addition to this, the many terpenes it contains can help ease migraines, insomnia, depression, arthritis, nausea, and other soreness. The Acid Rock hemp strain will relax you in higher doses and put you in a good, calm mood.

 Growth Information

The Acid Rock hemp strain adapts easily to the environment. It can grow in humid or dry conditions, which is why it is possible to choose whether to plant it outdoors or indoors. Naturally, each option has its advantages.

When indoors, growers can control the strain’s growth and the amount of light, water, and nutrients it receives.

However, it has more space when grown outside, and the harvest will be more.

It can reach heights of up to 6 feet tall and the harvest can vary up to 2 pounds per plant. Naturally, these will depend on the growing environment.

Is the Acid Rock hemp strain a bud you would like to try? With notes of lemon twist and sour apple, the Super Sour Space Candy strain is the perfect alternative. This hybrid bud can be used at any time of the day to bring relief and focus.

Strains Like the Acid Rock Hemp Strain

If you’re looking for a strain similar to Acid Rock, something high in CBD, check out Green Gum, ACDC, Suzy Q, Mountain Mango, or Citrus Fire.

Where to Find the Acid Rock Hemp Strain

If you’re looking for Acid Rock and other hemp strains like it, look no further than Botany Farms! Botany Farms offers a premium selection of CBD hemp strains that are meticulously crafted to ensure quality and safety.

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Final Thoughts

Be a rock star with some Acid Rock, a strain packed with CBD and little THC. It won’t turn you into a stone (get it?), but it will make your toes wiggle. Gentle and mild, it’s flavorful without being overpowering.

Acid Rock Hemp Strain: Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Acid Rock Hemp strain make me feel?

The Acid Rock hemp strain makes you relaxed, mellow, uplifted, and clear-headed.

Is the Acid Rock hemp strain ideal for beginners?

The Acid Rock strain is ideal for beginners thanks to its moderate CBD level and low THC content. 

Sources:

  • https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8348102/
  • https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10081257/
  • https://www.forbes.com/health/cbd/cbd-for-anxiety/
  • https://www.forbes.com/health/cbd/cbd-for-sleep/

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