Strongly indica-dominant, this fruit-flavored strain will put a sweet taste in your mouth and add a swirl to your step. It’s a little sleepy for daytime use, but it’s perfect for a relaxing evening in bed or on the couch. The 1% CBG content makes it a good choice for medicinal users, much like Godfather OG.
Strain Table of Contents
It’s not quite as creamy as the cereal-themed name might make you expect, but this strain’s tropical flavor profile includes:
Fruit Loops Strain Information
You don’t need to be in the loop to enjoy this calming strain. It’s designed to relax you and rock you off to sleep, but not before you indulge in some midnight munchies.
Fruit Loops Strain Effects
Fruit Loops Strain Pairings
Heart – “Alone”: A little 80s rock and roll will put you in the right frame of mind to enjoy this strain.
SLY – “Fruitloop”: Chaotic and upbeat, this electronica rap track will keep you from falling asleep after sampling Fruit Loops.
Lost Son – “Luv Loop”: Chill and dream-like, this slow-fi song has the right vibe for drifting off to this strain’s effects.
Raspberry ricotta cake: Highlight the fruity notes of this strain with a simple homemade cake.
Grilled chicken Caesar sandwich: A little crunch from romaine lettuce makes this sandwich a filling pairing for Fruit Loops.
Beef and eggplant bulgogi: Break out the grill to create your own bulgogi masterpiece.
Fruit Loop shooter: Bright blue and fruit flavored, this creamy shot will bring your experience to a whole new level.
Gose beer: A rare German brew that is salty and citrus-flavored all at once, this is the best way to bring out the summery side of Fruit Loops.
Tropical Bay Breeze cocktail: Full of pineapple and sour cranberry flavors, a tropical cocktail is a must-have when under the influence of this strain.
Where The Fruit Loops Strain Is Grown
This strain started as a combination of Blueberry and Grapefruit for strong fruit flavors. Then that cross was combined with White Widow to add some body effects that help relieve pain.
Fruit Loops Strain Summary
Add some more fruit to your rotation with a strain that’s bursting with pineapples and grapefruit. You may even find you like it better than the cereal it’s named after.
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