Ray Charles AAA
Ray Charles is the outcome of crossing the reputable Indica’s, Romulan and Afghani Bullrider. Thanks to its genetics, this strain provides knockout relaxation with a THC content measuring between 19% and 21%, t is best enjoyed as a relaxing evening treat.
Appearance & Aroma
This strain stands out with large, well-formed buds clinging together in formations ranging from tapered and elongated to spherical. The leaves are a darker shade of forest green and threaded through vibrant amber and rust-coloured pistils. Furthermore, Ray Charles’ extraordinary flowers are crowned with a layer of icy white trichomes. These flowers make their Indica heritage known with compact, closely-packed buds and small leaves.
The following whiff unveils some astringent, almost chemical odours. When optimally cured, the buds of Ray Charles give off a sour-sweet funk, somewhat like fertilizer or compost. When grinding the buds, they give off a rich, hashy smell reminiscent of Afghani. Upon combustion in a joint or pipe, Ray Charles emits harsh smoke that may make users cough or their eyes water. This smoke has some lingering sweet diesel fumes when exhaled.
Effects & Benefits
One of the notable effects of smoking Ray Charles is the increase in appetite. However, it is unlikely for people to get up and eat something unless it is nearby. And, even when used in moderation, not many users could overcome the sedating body high. Shortly after smoking, the mind will numb and disconnect from reality, releasing all the tension and stress throughout the entire body. With the perception of time and sensory are altered, most ultimately fall asleep while floating at the height of pure bliss.