The hybrid named Peach Nut became a strain in high demand after taking second place at the High Times Cannabis Cup two years in a row. It is Sativa-dominant, though reviewers have indicated they've experienced an almost evenly-balanced high offering both Indica and Sativa effects.
Some felt a deep relaxation while simultaneously feeling at ease in their mind and with their thoughts. Others noticed a thrumming sensation in their body, one that relieved stress and pain in joints and muscles. In either case, several reviews said that Peach Nut strain effects were strong.
Peach Nut THC percentage levels often fall in the mid-20s. This strain resulted from a three-way hybridization of TK91, Peach Ozz, and Peanut Butter Breath. Dominant terpenes are limonene, caryophyllene, and humulene.
Because of its terpene profile, Peach Nut buds smells both nutty and earthen, often having a hint of herbs and citrus. The taste is similar, though slightly less prominent.
Cured nuggets of the Peach Nut cannabis strain tend to be darker than your average strain. Deep greens and violets cover its buds, while yellow and bronze pistils wind their way through the flowers. A light dusting of trichomes somewhat lightens its tones.