CINEX is a moderately intoxicating strain that will leave you feeling dreamy, euphoric, and uplifted.
Cinex is a Sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain thatis a cross between Cinderella 99 and Vortex. The effects of this strain are said to be creative and euphoric, making it a good choice for those looking for a traditional high.
This marijuana strain is a popular choice for those who need a mental boost and creative energy throughout the day. Cinex is a high THC content strain that is known for its sweet citrus aroma and pleasant earthy skunk undertones. It is also known for its exotic, cone-shaped buds and its therapeutic benefits, including chronic pain relief, anti-anxiety, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Cinex is a photoperiod marijuana strain that is easy to grow and known for heavy yields. This hybrid strain is a popular choice for beginner growers due to its easy cultivation and short grow time.
CINEX strain fits just right – like Cinderella’s (the “CIN” in CINEX) glass slipper. A great strain for daytime use, Cinex provides clear-headed, energetic effects.
CINEX is one of the 12 essential cannabis strains that every woman should have in her stash.
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April Pride: Cinex totally inspired a solo silent disco party with Dua Lipa and Sean Paul. By the end of the first song, what I really was inspired to do was to find someone to dance with me. Let’s just say I vouch for the strain’s sex appeal.
April Pride: Welcome to Saturday Strains. I’m your host, April Pride, and I’ll be your guide each Saturday as we move through the 12 essential cannabis strains that every woman should have in her stash. If you haven’t already, please listen to the three short Saturday Strains Explained episodes to learn more about how cannabis is a lot like another substance we can count on to change our outlook, wine. In each episode, you can expect more weed hacks, and remember, we’ll guide you from less intoxicating strains that are nearly all CBD to strains with increasingly higher THC levels.
April Pride: For today’s strain, I’d like you to conjure the smell of a zested lemon rind. Do you notice your mouth getting that Sour Patch Kid feeling, or maybe you smell the zest, and it gives you a little lift? That’s a great introduction to Cinex. We’ve briefly talked about terpenes and the cannabis plant, and the lemony smell, taste, sensation when it comes to weed is a terpene called limonene. Strains that are dominant in this terpene give a shot of uplifting energy to your system, but be warned. If you’re sensitive to coffee or other stimulants, Cinex and other strains dominant in limonene can cause the same jittery and anxious feelings. We don’t want to overwhelm you with plant talk, but pay attention to how the strain makes you feel, and know that identifying how the smell and taste work or don’t work for you is an important clue to finding your right weed.
April Pride: All right. Let’s answer five questions to get to the bottom of what makes Cinex one of the essential strains. Number one, what does it help with? Anxiety, motivation, and sex. Number two, how high will I get? A moderately intoxicating high that is best for those who do not experience anxiety while high or not. Does caffeine induce a quicker heart rate and make you a little extra jumpy? This is probably not the strain or family of strains for you. You heard the weed hack about adverse effects of the terpene limonene. If this already doesn’t sound appealing, stay tuned for future episodes that offer energizing strains without this terpene.
April Pride: Number three, how will it make me feel? Cinex is a hybrid produced between two strains, Cinderella 99 and Vortex, Cinex.
Vortex is a stream that lives up to its name. It pulls you in, and I feel confident in saying the intoxication of Cinex fits just right, like a glass slipper, and is equal to the thrill of riding in Cinderella’s modernized carriage, engineered by Elon Musk to effortlessly glide between the stars and the seas.
April Pride: Number four, why do women love it? This strain hits quickly, and during the day, Cinex is an emotional uplift that makes working at home a place of serenity, rather than a place of more and more, more of the same. For those looking for alternatives to prescription meds for ADHD or as a complement to your existing prescribed meds, Cinex is reported to be an ideal option. For more on how cannabis can affect prescription medication, listen to our episode number four, About Pot and Pills. The high energy and clear mind that Cinex inspires also makes it a perfect wake and bake strain.
April Pride: Why do I love Cinex? So after doing my weed research, which is, of course, a very important part of my job, I ended my evening with a pre-roll of Cinex after dinner, outside, in front of our new little bonfire thing, wrapped in blankets with my husband and a friend. I was motivated enough to set the scene, and then I happily settled into a relaxed conversation in which I was both able to follow and meaningfully contribute.
April Pride: Number five, what will it inspire? Consider Cinex focused, friendly fire.
You should also take note that the increased energy and stamina induced by this strain may interfere with sleep if taken within two hours of bedtime.
April Pride: Some parting words. Please reserve judgment if a strain we recommend doesn’t work for you. You haven’t failed, and neither have we. In fact, haven’t gotten it wrong. You’re one step closer to your right high. You didn’t quit drinking on a Long Island iced tea as your first bar drink turned out to be a wrong move, right? Send us a DM to add to the pot or to me directly @aprilpride and let us know how this strain worked for you.
April Pride: Thank you for listening to Saturday Strains. Check us out online at dothepot.com, and special things to Lo Friesen, Founder, CEO, and Chief Extraction Officer of Seattle’s beloved cannabis brand, Heylo. She vetted the strain list, and she recommended Trail Blazin’ Farms, which produced the Cinex that I sampled for this episode.
April Pride: We’d also like to thank Jeffrey Raver, PhD, and Colin Montgomerie of The Werc Shop, as well as Nick Jikomes, PhD, of Leafly for schooling us on strains. Thanks to my co-founder, Ellen Scanlon, Madi Fair, our marketing manager, and our producer, Nick Patri. I’m April Pride, and we’ll be back soon with more of How to Do the Pot.
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