Ebola #7 is nothing to be afraid of. Its viral name comes from how it spread throughout Humboldt County, California. It’s a hybrid strain with an earthly flavor that offers relaxation and a mood boost. It’s the perfect boost for socializing and creative work, and as it wears off, it brings deep relaxation.
Strain Table of Contents
Ebola #7 will transport you to the forest with its earthly flavor.
Ebola #7 Strain Effects
Carbon Leaf — Life Less Ordinary
This song by the Celtic alt-country group Carbon Leaf will transport you to starry nights with someone you love.
Brandi Carlile — Take Me Home, Country Roads
This cover of the John Denver classic is dark and ethereal, perfectly complementing the darker tones of Ebola #7.
Aaron Taylor — Blue
This neo-soul number has sweet harmonies that will sweep you away.
Smores: This camping classic pairs perfectly with Ebola #7’s piney notes and earthy flavor.
Pigs in a Blanket: This classic makes the perfect party appetizer. Get ready to socialize with Ebola #7 and make this easy dish to please your guests. Or eat them all yourself. Why not?
Mixed berry cobbler: With sweet (but not too sweet) berries, and a buttery topping, this dessert will keep you grounded.
Whiskey sour: The sourness of this cocktail balances out the sweet and spice notes of Ebola #7. Try our recipe to make the perfect drink.
Green & Black Manhattan: This drink leans heavily into Ebola #7’s pine notes. It’s made with Zirbenz, a liqueur made from pine from the Austrian Alps. It can be a little tough to find, but it’s worth the effort.
Sauvignon Blanc: This white wine with herbal flavors will complement Ebola #7’s earthy notes.
Where The Ebola #7 Strain Is Grown
Ebola #7 was created by HendRx Farms in 2012 and originally grew throughout Humboldt County, California. Since then, it’s spread throughout California.