Denver does it again! Denver Maple is a strain that is sure to provide plenty of relaxation alongside some funky psychedelic effects. With its THC content consistently falling between 15 percent and 23 percent, Denver Maple actually won 3rd place among Medical Indica’s in Denver’s High Times Cannabis Cup in 2014.
As you might guess from the second half of its name, Denver Maple can have a sweet flavor that might make you feel (and smell) as if you’ve just emerged from a grove of maple trees. Its high can come with a bit of a delay, taking as long as 10 to 15 minutes after ingestion to make itself known. Early on, users can expect to feel some twitching sensations around the face, as well as, potentially, increased salivation. Soon, a strong sensation of relaxation will overtake the body, making it feel weighed down and, in some cases, nearly numb. At this point, it may be difficult to keep a hold of any concentration, as your mind will shift into a state of meditation.
Denver Maple has been known to provide additional creativity for those late afternoon and evening brainstorms. If you choose to partake in Denver Maple, it might be best to gear its use towards the evening hours, or days when you don’t have many items on your must-do list. When utilized medicinally, this strain can ease chronic or injury-related pains as well as issues like cramps and severe headaches.