Are you a Mulder or a Scully? Luckily, it doesn’t actually matter when it comes to the cannabis strain called X-Files. A hybrid that is noted for its balance, X Files is actually a cross between Sour Diesel, Purple Drank, and Mask which is well liked by fans of both sativa and indica strains. With a THC concentration that regularly clocks in between 12 percent and 19 percent, X Files is a strain that users won’t soon forget.
The X Files high won’t take long to arrive, beginning with some intensity around the temples and the sensation that thoughts are racing through the brain. If you’ve got some detail-driven tasks on your to do list, X Files may be able to help. There are some instances in which X Files may distort senses, like sound and vision, in which case it might be a better idea to indulge in some tv binging instead of crossing off engaging in work.
As the high continues, users may start to note that their bodies start feeling more relaxed and less tense. While the mind continues to feel an energy burst, the body will start to slowly wear that down, making this strain a great choice for the end of the day.
Medical marijuana users might enjoy X Files’ ability to increase concentration (like for those suffering from attention deficit disorders) and to treat mental issues like depression or stress. Some have found that this strain can also be a valid treatment for insomnia, or to treat mild to moderate pains and aches.