It’s only a matter of time before Pfizer patents and rebrands this natural “mother’s little helper.” Rapper Calvin Broadus Jr. accurately nick-named this hit strain Green Crack, though its roots reach back to ’70s Athens, Georgia and the name “Original Kush.” Either way, Amsterdam’s Garden in San Jose is packing perfect cuts of this essential, potent sativa. Green Crack smells like syrupy, sweet fruit cocktail juice and hay, and looks vivid lime green with red pistils. This well-cured, very dense indoor flower ground up to smell even more tropical and mango, then smoked sweet, tropical and grassy. Depression, anxiety and ADD patients report using strong sativas such as these during the day, as Green Crack can provide energy, lift mood and facilitate serial, task-oriented thinking, like chores. However, those with a low THC tolerance may find this strain causes confusion and racing pulse.