The cannabis strain dubbed Mr. Nice Guy derives its name from the autobiography of Howard Marks who was the Oxford alumni that became a cannabis smuggler. His book is titled Mr. Nice and is the specific source for the name..
The scent of Mr. Nice Guy is, not surprisingly, quite nice. Offering overtones of skunk and undertones of sweet and spicy earth, many agree Mr. Nice Guy produces a calming and agreeing fragrance along with a taste that's slightly woody like pine.
Consumers report that they have used Mr. Nice Guy to calm the symptoms of stress, pain, insomnia, depression, and headaches. Others have simply enjoyed the relaxation that they've experienced spreading through their body. Many have experienced an enhanced mood and improved mindset. Genetics of Mr. Nice Guy are widely unknown, though some believe a parent strain is G13. THC levels average in the mid to high teens.