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White 99

from The Pass

"The brightness of tart citrus is revealed in the first few deeply inhaled hits."

Upon first glance, these bright-green tight and tiny nuggets look somewhat decent, but perhaps not Instagram worthy specimens. It’s only upon further inspection that the true value within is revealed, as the frosty little buds break open to reveal many glistening glandular trichomes filled with cannabinoid-rich essential oils. Their initial earthy and musky odor gives way to a more tart and piney scent on the back end. 

A dry toke on a freshly rolled joint tastes slightly floral, reminiscent of freshly cut clover or wild sage. Once lit, the brightness of tart citrus is revealed in the first few deeply inhaled hits. The ground-up flowers burn evenly and cleanly to a wispy and light white ash. The high comes on strong with a sativa dominant effect along with increased appetite. After the initial onset, the quick rush wears off into a long-lasting and relaxed feeling – perfect for an extended gaming spree or a movie binge from the comfort of the couch. 

White 99 is renowned for her ability to effectively treat depression and anxiety. Patients looking to manage the chronic and sometimes debilitating symptoms of these ailments should employ this strain into their reefer regimen for relief. The energetic and happy onset arrives immediately and provides a pathway through any negativity into a more focused and inspiring mindset.  


THCA Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid: 25.1% 

Prominent Terpenes

β-Myrcene 0.18%

Δ-Limonene 0.29% 

Linalool 0.09% 

β-Caryophyllene 0.11%

Lineage: Cinderella 99 x The White

The Pass: 1375 N Main St. Sheffield, MA 01257

Phone & Web: (413) 644-6892 | thepass.co | @thepass.co

This article was originally published in the February 2021 issue of Northeast Leaf.

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