Indica Dominant Hybrid – 70% Indica / 30% Sativa
THC: 22% – 27%
Banana Hammock Strain, also known as “Banana Hammock R1,” is a rare indica dominant hybrid strain created through crossing the infamous Grape God X Mandarin Sunset strains. Funny name aside, Banana Hammock is a patient favorite thanks to its super delicious flavor and happy effects. This bud has as sweet and sugary honey taste with accents of tropical fruits and sour lime. The aroma is just as delightful, following the same profile with added touches of fresh earth. The Banana Hammock settles in soon after your final toke, hitting the mind first before spreading its tingly sense of calm throughout the body. You’ll feel lifted and relaxed with a sense of euphoria that immediately erases any negative or racing thoughts. A soothing body high comes next, settling you into a state of pure physical calm and ease. With these effects and its super high 22-27% average THC level, Banana Hammock is often recommended for experienced patients suffering from conditions such as insomnia, chronic stress or anxiety and depression or mood swings. This bud has super thick elongated pepper-shaped deep olive green nugs with rich purple undertones, bright orange hairs and a coating of thick and chunky frosty white crystal trichomes.
About Banana Hammock
Banana Hammock is rare, bred by Ethos Genetics of Colorado to have a tropical fruit, honey-smacked sweetness. Its parents are Grape God and Mandarin Sunset and its moniker is a reference to the way a man looks in a tight bathing suit. We don’t know who came up with the idea of giving you mental beach trauma while you smoke your chosen bud, but Banana Hammock transcends its suggestive name. Its sweetness and its ability to wipe out chronic stress may make it your new West Coast favorite.
The strain grows well indoors and outdoors, though experienced growers recommend using nutrients sparingly. Banana Hammock, unlike some other strains, doesn’t favor well in extremes. In other words, don’t overwater it or let its habitat get too humid (unless you’re a fan of fungus). The plant doesn’t grow hugely in cramped spaces so expect far lower yields inside. Either way, Banana Hammock is dark green and purple with white, snowy trichomes and bright amber hairs. Its buds are shaped like long peppers. It flowers in 8 to 9 weeks.