El Jefe is a cult favorite Indica-dominant Hybrid strain which banishes pain and provides euphoria. Unlike many powerful Indicas, it isn’t completely sedative.
El Jefe is an Indica-dominant Hybrid marijuana, bred from Abusive OG and Rare Dankness #1, and it truly lives up to its self-proclaimed status as chief. Enthusiasts love this cannabis for its floaty, narcotic all-over body buzz, which is nicely smoothed out by a trace of Indica genetics, creating a lush experience that’s profoundly relaxing without being utterly immobilizing. It’s also quite strong, between 22-25% THC, making this a solid choice for the hardcore cannabis consumer.
It’s super gutsy to breed a strain of marijuana and call it El Jefe. Like, it’s the chief? Over all the strains? There are a lot of strains. Well, cannabis selection is obviously a matter of taste, but this one is actually the favorite of many consumers. It’s bred from two great marijuana strains, Abusive OG and Rare Dankness #1, and its sweet-smelling smoke produces a pleasant and potent full-body buzz. It’s also 22% THC, which is nothing to sneeze at.
Enthusiasts consuming this cannabis will notice a sensuous buzz creeping over them shortly after smoking it. This warm, almost narcotic tingle stretches throughout the consumer’s limbs and lifts away stress, anxiety, and pain.
Giggly lightheartedness tends to arrive too, leading to an exceedingly pleasant state, where a casual state of mind is combined with a heavy, comfortable body. And, though it is an anesthetic Indica-dominant, many enthusiasts will be relieved to find that this cannabis doesn’t immediately knock you out.
Although it certainly can be sedative in the right setting, you can definitely go for a walk without being worried about involuntarily falling asleep on a park bench. This makes it somewhat functional weed, in the sense that it can be great for a lazy afternoon.
Cannabis enthusiasts will be pleased to find El Jefe in shatter form. However, vape format is not available.
El Jefe is an unusually dark weed: it’s deep green with occasional flashes of dark purple. It’s also super sticky and has quite noticeable surface trichomes.
The smell is pungent, but quite appealing: it’s spicy, musky, piney, and slightly sweet. Essentially, it’s a more perfumey take on the classic, grassy marijuana smell. The smoke tastes great, but is slightly harsh.
Whether or not this bud is truly the chief is still up for debate, but medical marijuana patients certainly turn to this herb when they need to take charge of their symptoms.