Mt. Rainier #10 might look a bit lackluster if you place it next to their Nurse Joy or Professor Chaos. It’s not going to have the bag appeal that you may have come to know from their flower. Don’t let that sway you from trying out this amazing flower though. Mt. Rainier #10 is crossed between White Lotus and Northern Lights #5. Northern Lights #5 is known for heavy indica waves that cause heavy sedative qualities in most, but also has a cerebral tickle for some. White Lotus is a cerebral indica-hybrid that that has citrus and lemon scents.
Mt. Rainier #10 has flower that is dark and light shades of green with almost black accents on at the corners of each leaf. The trichomes shine bright and cover each flower, details that show the care and love GreenRush’s team grows with. The different traits are all on display vibrantly and this flower is unique because it lacks a dominant terpene profile. Other than a great floral smell and a light hint of berries there wasn’t much of a distinguishable flavor.
The body relaxing and mental stimulating qualities from the Northern Lights #5 will be on display right away, with the White Lotus providing enough of a hybrid effect that will keep you from becoming too sluggish. This strain is all about its stone, so don’t worry when you don’t detect a pungent flavor.
If you’re lucky enough to find Mt. Rainier #10 in sugar wax form, you may be able to detect more of the terpene profile in its concentrated form. The light berries from the flower we’re more noticeable from the sticky yellow crystals. Be sure to regulate your nail temperature precisely for this dab, you will want to squeeze out every last drop of Mt. Rainier #10’s stoney effects.