Look – dna-genetics-sleestack looks Very nice with a trichrome coverage (great for concentrates), with orange hairs to compliment.
Smell – Smells like pine, with a nice citrus overtone.
Taste – Citrus, piney.
Effects – A smack you in your face cerebral high. Sleestack marijuana is very uplifting and will make you very sociable.
Medical Uses – Social anxiety, stress, muscle tension, headaches. Clear headed high, you will be able to function.
Named for the creepy lizard-people from the 1970s adventure show Land of the Lost, Sleestack is an out-of-this-world sativa-dominant hybrid. Conceived by DNA Genetics, the prolific breeders who have also given us Chocolope, Sleestack is a cross between Martian Mean Green and citrus-flavored scrum. The result is a bud with a complex lemon aroma and a mostly awake, thoughtful high. Its THC content has been measured at between 15% and 25%.
Flowers of this potent strain tend to be visually underwhelming and smaller than average. The little nuggets tend to cling together in dense, popcorn-like clusters, with a fluffy, piecey bud structure that leans more toward the sativa end of the spectrum. The color of these flowers might just be the only area in which they impress, standing out with vibrant lime green leaves; some phenotypes of the strain also show off purple hues, courtesy of the pigment anthocyanin. The buds are twisted through with bold orange pistils and covered with icy, translucent trichomes.
A first whiff of dna-genetics-sleestack reveals its strong citrus aroma, passed on from parent strain Schrom. A closer inspection picks up on some astringent fumes of diesel as well. Grinding up the flowers, meanwhile, release the pungent scent of skunk. When it is combusted in a pipe or a joint, Sleestack’s smoke can be harsh and cough-inducing. This smoke carries has a citrus character with some ammonia, chemical-like flavors on the exhale.