This strain’s flavor profile is a rush of mixed terpenes that you don’t see too often. These include Carene, Phellandrene, Ocimene, and Bisabolol. They impart Octane 99 with flavors of spicy lime and herby citrus at first, but as you keep smoking, it transforms into a naturally earthy, cedar-like flavor that will remind you of the outdoors. The finish is chemmy, nutty, and pungent, with a relaxing sensation that will make you feel mentally energized and creative.
The strain’s high starts off sneaky and tingly, as pain drifts out of your system and positive calm seeps in. You’ll feel mentally energized and creative as the sweet citrus, berry, and woody flavors start to creep in. The strain is great for working on artistic projects, chatting with friends, debating movies, or letting your stress out and just relaxing on the couch, pretty mellow effects for a name that implies speed and chaos. The THC can get up to 24% so be aware of your dosage, but it’s not nearly as high as that copycat strain, “High Octane OG.” Remember to read the labels!
If you’re into a diverse flavor profile that includes wood, gas, citrus, herbs, and more, there’s a lot to love in Octane 99. Just be sure you’re prepared for the THC level. If all goes well, you’ll be on a creative, chatty high, totally at ease, after just a few puffs. Users who deal with a lot of stress, anxiety, depression, mood swings, and pain during the week can find a lot to love with Octane 99. If you ever feel like a crooked bookshelf, this strain could be your level.