If you’re looking for a completely Indica strain that’ll put you down for the count, Wagyu is the one you want. Wagyu is a pure Indica cannabis strain, and its properties make it highly sought-after by medical marijuana users and recreational stoners. That is one of the reasons why it’s so rare. Wagyu delivers a full-body Indica high that we know and love and offers complete relaxation and utter bliss to anyone who dares to smoke it.
The full-body high will take you out as soon as you start smoking. You’ll feel wave after wave crashing over you and putting you in a more relaxed position. The high starts from your head and makes its way throughout your body until it has complete control over you. Once the high settles in, you’ll feel like you’re wrapped up in a weighted blanket, far, far away from any trouble, stress, or pain. It is the most comfortable you will ever feel. The slack-jawed and couch-locked feeling won’t dissipate quickly as Wagyu takes its time handing you back the control of your body. Make sure that it’s what you want when you fire up this bad boy. Also, make sure that you clear your calendar for the rest of the day. If you do have anything planned, finish it before lighting up a joint of Wagyu cannabis strain. Wagyu provides a whopping 22% THC level and is heavily sedating, which is amazing for anyone who gets muscle pains or soreness. If you are an athlete or want to stay active, Wagyu is your go-to solution for all your aches and pains.
People who suffer from various mental afflictions find Wagyu a heaven-sent solution for all their problems. Wagyu can help you with stress, anxiety, depression, sleep deprivation, lack of appetite, and so much more.
Like every cannabis strain, Wagyu’s terpene profile contains a host of terpenes, but two are more abundant than others. The first is Limonene which is used pervasively across the world by aromatherapists for enhancing energy and motivation. The second is Linalool which is a sweet-smelling lavender terpene. Linalool is the reason for Wagyu’s scented aroma. Linalool is also believed to help with inflammation in the body.
Wagyu provides a host of flavours, including citrus, diesel, pine and sweet with slight woody hints.