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Inzane in the Membrane
Type: 70:30 sativa:indica hybrid
Ancestry: a famous secret
Creators: Ethos Genetics
THC Content: 18-24% on average, but up to 28% has reportedly been measured
Terpenes: limonene, myrcene, pinene
Appearance: spade-shaped, lime-green buds with some fairly ordinary orange pistils and a powdery trichome coating
Aroma and Taste: a pronounced smell of lemon, complemented by other citrus undertones and topped off with hints of wood, pine, and diesel
Inzane in the Membrane has the power of a powerhouse strain, but also the balance, versatility, and well-roundedness of a universally beloved choice for cannabis rookies and veterans alike, especially those with a soft spot for sativa and its quintessential cerebral effects.
Inzane in the Membrane puts you in a headspace that’s like an expansive field of clear-headed euphoria, creativity, and bliss which you’ll soar through like a playful little bird for hours on end, whether you’re having fascinating conversations at a social gathering or cleaning your house. This strain evaporates worries away and negative thoughts away, replacing them with focus, exciting sense of purpose, and all-around joy.
The body high is a thing of balance in itself, relaxing your body, but only enough to get it feeling loose, tingly, and fluid rather than like a deflated balloon. It’s no surprise that some people consider Inzane in the Membrane a great pre-workout choice, but even if you’re not as sports-oriented, you can definitely find a hiking companion in this strain, not to mention that warm, tingly body sensation can make for a nice workout in the bedroom.
Inzane in the Membrane is best for mid-day and afternoon use, so you can make the most of the all-around energy and leave enough time for the effects to taper off and let you sleep.
Inzane in the Membrane’s versatile and balanced nature lend themselves perfectly to the medicinal realm. The heightened focus can go a long way in improving ADD; the mental buzz and exuberance can help those in clinically or temporarily low spirits uplift them; the body relaxation is great for pain and muscle soreness. And, besides the mood and the body, this strain also boosts the appetite, in addition to alleviating nausea, which can be very beneficial to chemotherapy patients.