Cripit (Crippled Pit) 2008 Strong, intense, smooth, sweet
The leaves are very large and thick and wide with crystals down the fan leaves. They start bright green and turn a deep rich purple with a little chill. In the summer, she stays green all the way through.It's sweet without being cloying. Big crystal coated fan leaves make great bubble hash too.
We crossed our Pit Bull on Crippled Rhino and got Crippit. This heavy indica has a sweet exotic flavor and giant leaves with big chunky buds. It is a traditional "umbrella" plant. Even a little chill will turn her purple. She is delicious fresh, but curing really brings out the exotic flavor of the Chocolate Thai in her background.Great party bud. This is actually one of my all-around favorites.
Crossing the Crippled Rhino with Pit Bull allowed us to take her outside. Crippled Rhino is more suited as an indoor Chocolate Thai strain, but the Crippit does just fine outdoors. We put it in bloom at about 4 to 4 and a half feet tall and it comes out between 6-7 feet tall. The buds are big and seem loose, but really are quite dense. They are long and large with lovely purple tones, especially if she gets chilly.This variety throws two primary colas and many secondary colas that are not quite as big.
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the Cover of The Big Book of Buds Vol. 4 (2010)
Cripit is great for nausea; we definitely recommend this one to use after chemo. Itís a happy high so if you suffer from depression it is a good candidate to use. Cripit is not really a morning tea; itís more of a night time use but helps great as a pain reliever.
Audience: End of Life Cachexia Chemotherapy Effects
Appetite Cancer Circulation
Glaucoma Severe Nausea Cystic Fibrosis
PTSD Severe Pain Depression
Head Pain Rx Co/Side-Effects HIV/AIDS
Back Pain Addiction Inflammation
Affects: Strong Effects Antiemetic/nausea Active Mind
Appetite Extended Duration Euphoric
Positive Sensual Social
Sweet Taste Sexual Aroma
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