With its sweet, grape flavors, the elusive Game Changer strain is widely thought to be one of the best-tasting strains on the legal cannabis market today. Game Changer is a 60/40 indica-dominant hybrid. Its lineage is California’s Purple Dragon and a landrace sativa strain from Thailand called Green Thai. Adding to its exclusivity and allure, this strain is only available by clone and usually found in California. Game Changer also clocks in at an impressive 21.2 percent THC and 0.63 percent CBD.
Appearance/ Aroma/ Taste
Game Changer’s buds are a mixture of bright green and dark purple. The intact buds delight the nostrils with scents of tropical fruit and grape. Crystals and trichomes cover the flowers of this strain, with some hints of red hairs. When put through a grinder, floral aromas become more apparent from this hybrid’s complex terpene profile.
Medical patients and legal recreational users report that the strain has a taste reminiscent of sweet tropical fruit and grape. Some users even seem to think that Game Changer tastes a bit like sour grape-flavored Big League Chew or grape-flavored candy.
Users report that the effects of this strain are extremely relaxing, putting them in an upbeat, talkative mood, with some feelings of euphoria added in as well. The indica dominance is evident with this hybrid, as some users report slight feelings of dizziness. Game Changer seems to be hit or miss when it comes to feelings of drowsiness, as some users get sleepy with this strain, while others don’t. It probably won’t knock you out like a pure, sleep-inducing indica would. To be sure though, you should definitely try it before you use it as a daytime strain.
Its solid CBD content makes Game Changer an excellent option for patients treating chronic pain, cancer, fibromyalgia or seizures. The sativa influence and well-balanced hybrid mix also makes this strain a good choice to relieve stress, treat depression, or stimulate appetite. Users of the Game Changer strain have reported minimal harshness when smoked, with feelings of anxiety and paranoia also kept in check. These factors make Game Changer a good strain for newbies and connoisseurs alike. That is, if you can find it, of course.
Have you tried Game Changer? Is it your favorite strain? If not, what is? Let us know in the comments section and maybe we’ll do a review on it!
Disclaimer: This article is intended for information and entertainment purposes only and is not intended to provide medical advice.