- THC 26% 26%
- CBG 1% 1%
- Sativa 40% 40%
- Indica 60% 60%
Apple tartz is a popular cross of Runtz and Apple Fritter. Runtz is a well-established strain of Cookies. The perfect hybrid of Runtz and Apple Fritter produces apple tartz, characterized by a sour apple and berry taste.
Apple tartz, in a vegetative state, immediately draws attention to itself as it grows tall and drinks a lot to produce the most beautiful nugs. The nugs display hints of green, gray, and purple. The strain has a high THC and terpene content.
Due to high terpenes, it has a strong aroma. This hybrid of Runtz and Apple Fritter also induces euphoria in people with low THC tolerance.
Apple tartz is an excellent strain for creating relaxing effects after a tiring evening. It is also capable of inducing euphoria, but the high produced by Apple tartz is not sedating.
Therefore, it is an excellent evening option as it is a mood lifter. It also makes the user talk more, which makes it perfect for de-stressing on the weekend.
Common Apple Tarz Usage
- To induce euphoria
- To produce feelings of relaxation
- For a healthy mind and body
- Helps relieve stress
- Helps ease depression
- Treats insomnia
- Induces hunger to treat lack of appetite
Apple tartz has a refreshing and sharp sour flavor similar to perfectly ripened green apples. In addition, it has hints of sweetness and spice. Therefore, you can compare it with Apple jacks cereal.
Apple tartz characteristic pleasant aroma is of green apple, butter, and berries. The green apple aroma is stronger with hints of butter and berry. It also has zesty notes with soft floral hints.
Extremely invigorating with a delicious taste. Hit very smoothly in a joint. It kept me more awake with a nice body high.
Tasty balanced Hybrid, a bit strong so if you don’t have tolerance be careful.
I love smoking this strain to go out, it gives me a very nice high full of energy, and chatty, good for dancing. I would say that it is one of my favorites, the only bad thing is that it makes you very hungry unless that is what you are looking for.