Solace Health describes their Napali CBD (CBD God Bud) as “a well balanced strain that provides a 1:2 ratio of THC to CBD” with “copious amounts of resin and an almost overwhelming musky-sweet smell.” As the name indicates, this strain shares genetics with the well-known God Bud cultivar, which was created by breeding Hawaiian with Purple Skunk and the famous Canadian God strain, according to Leafly.

Strain Name Napali CBD (CBD God Bud)

Strain Details: Balanced hybrid – THC: 6.6%, CBD: 11.8%

Terpenes:  Pinene, Caryophyllene, Myrcene

Physical Description:

Napali CBD is uniquely distinguishable by its small popcorn-like appearance. These small dense clusters eminante deep hues of green and purple found in its leaves. This is delicately contrasted by the uniform coating of trichomes and surrounding orange-yellow hairs.

What does it smell like:

The olfactory experience of this strain is unique, and reminds one of being in a floral shop. When opening the container, you smell fresh pine and strong earthy fragrances followed by gentle tones of berry and lavender. Napali CBD is pleasant to the nose, a soothing, comforting experience. Due to the floral tones and scents of fresh pine, the user may experience both a relaxation and invigoration of the senses.

What does it taste like:

As expected with the multitude of aromas emanating from this strain, it is quite flavorful. Upon inhale, you notice a tropical and floral profile that lingers on your palate. As you exhale, you get hints of fresh pine, berry, and lavender. This strain is rich in flavor and smooth to vaporize, overall a pleasant experience.

*Use and Effects:

The onset of this strain is subtle. 10 minutes after inhalation you begin to notice an increase in energy and feelings of heightened motivation. However about 40 minutes after use Napali CBD left notable feelings of sedation, which could be beneficial as an option for patients looking to wind down during the evening. Overall this strain provides a cozy, relaxing, stress-free experience.

*Please note that impact and effects will vary from user to user.  

Reviewed October 28th 2018.  

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