Why You should Try The White Fire 43 Strain From Phat Panda

Learn More About The White Fire 43 Strain From Phat Panda

The White Fire 43 strain was made popular by famed cannabis growers the Jungle Boys. The Jungle Boys produce flower solely for the TLC Collective. The Jungle Boys are full-on cannabis celebrities, and most people don’t even know what they look like and many haven’t even smoked flower grow by the Jungle Boys. They are cannabis trendsetter’s and strains like Wedding Cake, Purple Punch, White Fire 43, and Tangie Cookies have taken recreational cannabis markets by storm. Almost every producer is including one of their strains in the lineup, just to keep up with the demand.

Learn More About The White Fire 43 Strain From Phat Panda

White Fire 43 was the survivor of a 500 seed pheno-hunt. This strain full of pungent earth, wood and diesel terpenes. There are also hints of herbs and cloves. There isn’t a hint of fruit with this strain, it smells like you opened up every jar on your spice rack and mixed them in a bowl.

White Fire 43 is a euphoric and mood uplifting strain. The effects center in the chest and body, and it’s hard not to smile when you’re smoking it.


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