Hot Mint Sundae is an earthy and floral delight spawned from the great cultivation team over at Culta. As Marylanders know, Culta consistently produces some of the most popular cultivars in our state and this batch of Hot Mint Sundae is no exception.
Large, trichome dusted nugs and a pungent, deep aroma define popping this jar of Cannabis. Spicy notes of earth sit atop the nose, but deeper whiffs reveal gorgeous floral notes that complement the herbs like a spring garden synergizes with the natural elements of nature.
We all have our own ailments and various strategies for using our Cannabis products to accomplish our goals, but a maintenance strain is an often overlooked and undervalued tool that is nevertheless essential to a patient’s endeavors. Many of us seek out profiles that specifically target a symptom or promise access to a certain state of mind – in turn leading us to hunting around for the various niche flowers across the market that match our individual needs. While this can be an enjoyable process of discovery, developing a Cannabis treatment regimen can be a difficult task to accomplish efficiently.
Culta makes this task easy with their iteration of Hot Mint Sundae – a truly beneficial and useful daily driver. The profile of caryophyllene layered over limonene, myrcene and linalool sweeps the gambit of medical symptoms. This cultivar is able to touch the mental and physical health components that patients seek, while also delivering a flavorful and pleasant smoking experience. As a general rule, I consider myrcene/caryophyllene to be the best combo for physical pain relief and limonene/linalool to be the heavy lifters for most mental health needs. Hot Mint Sundae is a beautiful combination of all four of these terpenes – and brings it all together in a way that patients will find both useful and delicious.
Still searching for that sweet spot, daily driver of a strain? Look no further than Culta’s Hot Mint Sundae – day or night, rain or shine, this cultivar has you covered.
This article was originally published in the April 2023 issue of Maryland Leaf.
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