May 7, 2019 08:09 pm ETEstimated Read Time: 2 Minutes
It’s officially “Toke Tuesday!”
It’s also finals week in collegiate America and Veriheal wants to make sure our Ganja-Grads finish this semester on FIRE!
There’s much talk about which strains of your favorite faithful flower are best for increased focus and maximum productivity and we’ve narrowed it down to one. We like to keep it simple 😉
ALL HAIL THE GOLDEN CHILD OF HYBRIDS… CINEX
*cues spotlight and Catholic cathedral music*
Cinex is the beloved offspring of Sativa’s famed VORTEX strain married with CINDERELLA 99.
A true love story, these parents met and married in Vancouver, WA on the beautiful CannaMan Farms and bore this pungent seed that yields a 22-25% THC content!
Cinex is praised for its energizing, euphoric and focusing effects that aid in keeping your brain at optimal function and in a motivated mood to get you through the week! If you’re someone who suffers from test-anxiety or exam nausea, this friendly flower is just the right choice to keep you clear-headed throughout the day!
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For our Liberal Arts Majors, Cinex will boast as your ultimate muse! Most Cinex faithfuls report that this bud stimulates creativity and socialization, with an intense cerebral high that will give you the focus and inspiration you need to upstage your competition (which is only EVER uninspired, unmotivated you *snap*).
Since hump day’s Wednesday Woes are just around the riverbend, be sure to visit your local dispensary on the way home and purchase your very own Cinex products, so you can kick the midweek blues to the curb!
Don’t have access to a local dispensary? No worries, I got you! Sign up to get your medical recommendation here, so you can say “BYE FELICIA!” to stress, fatigue and lack of motivation.
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