Banjo West Coast Cure
Banjo West Coast Cure is a Sativa-dominant cross between Tangelo and Boost. This strain emits a strong aroma of cheese layered with sour citrus, while its smoke contains elements of both mixed with the sharp piney flavor of Diesel. ith the sharpness of the Diesel family.
Banjo is a savory hybrid cross of Boost and Tangelo. This stimulating flower is a perfect option for enhancing mood and improving outlook. It emits an odd aroma of freshly grated cheese and tangerine zest, but the flavor is sweet and piney. After this strain’s euphoria has settled, the slow body melt begins. This moderate sedation is enjoyable and functional, weighing just slightly on the eyelids and limbs. Enjoy Banjo throughout the day to improve mood and mellow nagging aches and pains.
Banjo’s flowers are distinguished by their exceptionally large size and solid, conical formation. These buds have the internal structure more typical of indicas, with small leaves that twist tightly inward on themselves, creating a dense core. The leaves themselves are a vivid shade of lime green and are punctuated by a few curly orange pistils.
When properly cured, flowers of Banjo have a uniquely sharp aroma, marked by notes of gasoline; some consumers also compare the scent to that of stinky cheese. Grinding up or breaking apart these buds, meanwhile, may reveal some bitter and skunky odors. On the exhale, this smoke leaves behind a sour and mildly fruity taste.
Certain ideas may seem more intense or compelling than they ordinarily would; for some, this cerebral stimulation can lead to talkativeness, especially if Banjo is shared in buzzy social settings. The strain may also spark reveries of automatic free association between seemingly unrelated concepts.
Unfortunately for home growers, the seeds of Banjo are not available for sale online. Instead, those looking to cultivate their own should obtain clippings from mature, healthy plants of the strain.