Sweet Leaf has the highest quality AC/DC strain hemp flower available for sale online. It’s great for the body while keeping a clear head.
What is the AC/DC Strain of Hemp Flower?
AC/DC is a sativa dominant phenotype strain bred by the Crawford Brothers from a Cannatonic x SMGO cross, and it’s a staple for hemp and cannabis fans. Our AC/DC hemp flowers contain an average of 0.47% total THC and 15.76% total CBD. AC/DC buds are medium to large.
The dominant terpenes in AC/DC include A Bisabolol, B Caryophyllene, B Myrcene, A Pinene Nerolidol, A Humulene, Limonene, Linalool, and Ocimene. This is a strain known better for its effects rather than its flavor, and accounts vary. Some say it’s a very bitter strain with notes of wood, pine, and earth, while others claim it to have fruity, citrus, licorice, rose, and even chicken smell.
AC/DC Strain Hemp Flower Effects
AC/DC hemp flower is great for use during the day, energizing the body while relaxing and clarifying the mind. It has a general CBD-to-THC ratio of 20:1, which means there’s plenty of CBD to overpower any psychoactive effects. Some people use it at night, but try it during the day first to see how it affects you. Expect a minor crash and subtle drowsiness as the effects wear off.
AC/DC generally promotes better concentration. It won’t make you razor-sharp like some other strains do, but it can help when you’re having trouble focusing and need a nudge in the right direction. Many people also use AC/DC for relief from discomfort, tension, stress, and feelings of nervousness, unease, agitation, or restlessness. It may also be able to help with complaints such as pain, anxiety, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and the negative effects of chemotherapy, while being able to maintain a clear head.
Try it smoked, vaped, or even brewed in tea!
What Does AC/DC Hemp Flower Taste Like?
AC/DC isn’t one of those strains that people consume simply for the flavor experience. In fact, many sources describe it as one-dimensional, boring, or simply don’t discuss it altogether. AC/DC’s flavor can be generally described as “bitter,” but if you look past that, it's a heavily earthy strain with subtle notes of wood and pine.
If you want the effects of AC/DC, but want a less bitter flavor experience, you can always try flavoring it. One way to add new flavors to the AC/DC hemp flower strain is to put the buds in a jar with something else that has a strong flavor. If you want to use a favorite essential oil or a food extract from your local grocery store, simply soak a cotton ball with it, attach it to the jar lid, and allow it to hang down inside the jar, but not in direct contact with the buds. Beware of condensation of other signs of excess moisture, which encourages mold and rot. Also avoid using any flavoring agents that contain a lot of sugar, as sugar burns easily and will make your buds taste worse instead of better.
You can also try adding dry goods to the jar for flavoring, which carries less of a risk to the quality of your hemp flowers. Fill a tea bag or cheesecloth sachet with chopped dried fruit, citrus peels, flower petals, or spices like cinnamon, cloves, or pumpkin pie spice. The longer the items are in the jar together, the stronger the new flavor will be.
You can also buy cannabis flavoring drops designed specifically for flavoring cannabis buds. These are likely to yield the strongest flavor. Simply place the buds in a pot on low heat, add the flavoring drops, and mix thoroughly to combine.
Where is AC/DC Hemp Flower Grown?
The AC/DC hemp flower strain was originally bred in Oregon, but it can be grown wherever the climate is suitable. Cannabis plants prefer a mild climate, humid air, and at least 25-30 inches of rain per year. Good soil moisture is required for seed germination and for establishing young plants.