Miracle Whip, also known as “The Whip” and “Miracle Whip #3,” is a potent indica-dominant hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing Cookies and Cream with Starfighter and Columbian. The effects of Miracle Whip are more calming than energizing. Consumers tell us this strain makes them feel happy, relaxed, and creative. The flavor of Miracle Whip is creamy and slightly sweet with diesel undertones. The dominant terpene of this strain is terpinolene. Miracle Whip is 19% THC and 2% CBG, making it an ideal choice for experienced cannabis consumers. This strain was originally bred by Capulato
The strain Miracle Whip is a rare one, so if your dispensary carries it then you’re in luck. It’s a cross between the three incredibly popular strains Cookies and Cream, Star Fighter, and Columbian.
Not much is known about Miracle Whip, but what little info we do know is that reviewers have reported it may relieve pain, decrease general inflammation within the body, and relax the muscles, while also occasionally leading to sedation.
Despite its ability to cause sleepiness, some have contested that it’s helped them focus on tasks while lowering the stress they’ve carried through the day.
THC levels tend to stay around the low 20’s with Miracle Whip, and it carries a high level of the terpene called terpinolene. This terpene helps give it a woody aroma with undertones of flowers and citrus.
Miracle Whip is a relatively new strain with an intriguing pedigree. It’s created from a Cookies and Cream x Starfighter x Colombian three-way cross and has a delightful woody aroma, with hints of flowers and citrus. The smoke adds a little taste of sweetness and intensifies the earthiness.
This strain has a 20-24% average THC level that delivers a fast and fun head rush, usually characterized by giggles and a very enjoyable euphoria. This is a good opportunity to indulge your creative urges. As the high spreads out into the body, a numbing heaviness develops, which is very soothing and relaxing. This is an ideal strain for managing symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, and pain syndromes.