Butterscotch’s exact genetics are known, but it’s widely accepted as an exotic Indica strain. The name “butterscotch” comes from the fact that this weed’s taste bears close resemblance to the confectionary, with noticeable hints of brown sugar and creamy butter when you exhale.
Butterscotch’s buds are more dense than fluffy. Breaking up the buds with your bare hands will prove difficult, as the sticky trichomes give this weed a “sappy” feel.
Butterscotch Strain Effects and Strain Information
Butterscotch is not a heavy Indica with strong couch lock effects. In fact, its high is more similar to that of an Indica dominant hybrid. With an average THC level of 19%, Butterscotch can be smoked in the morning or at night. Users have reported this strain to stimulate creativity and boost mood, and encourage dialogue in social situations.
This strain delivers a relaxing body buzz with some mind-calming effects. Patients like using Butterscotch strain to alleviate stress and unwind after a long day. In terms of medicinal benefits, Butterscotch does a good job at providing relief with PMS, anxiety and depression. Some side effects of Butterscotch include dizziness, red eyes and dry mouth.
This strain has a moderate THC percentage in comparison to other cannabis strains sold by Canadian online dispensaries. Its terpene profile includes limonene, beta myrcene, and alpha pinene.
Potential Medicinal Effects:
Butterscotch is a great all around the clock strain, which helps you get on with your day. Users who would benefit the most from this strain suffer from:
- Cancer Relief
Butterscotch is ideal for getting work done around the house, or if you need to gain some mental peace in your life. This strain’s ice cream flavours and mildly sedating effects make it hard to not add into your shopping cart.