The Jungle Cake strain was created by Seed Junky Genetics and brought to market by the Jungle Boys, who play with fire in California’s recreational cannabis market. White Fire 43 and Wedding Cake were crossed together to create this indica-hybrid strain, but this one hit me much more like an upbeat sativa than a relaxing indica.
The flowers in my bag were small, but still carried an incredible amount of trichomes. I got an herby citrus aroma from the ground up powder in my grinder. There wasn’t much flavor through the smoke, but the high was surprisingly upbeat despite what the label may suggest. Cannabis hits everyone different so sometimes the indica, hybrid, or sativa classification doesn’t represent how the strain hits.
The high came on gently and hummed behind my eyes. My attention and energy perked up for a few hours. While I was bummed this Jungle Cake strain wasn’t more flavorful, I was pleased with how well the high guided me through the rest of my day.