Yellow Fruit Stripes is another lemon flavored sativa-dominant hybrid from Cookies, under their Lemonnade banner. They specialize in strains that, as you may have guessed, have that tangy citrus flavor we love with a Sativa. It is a cross between their Lemonchello 10 and London Pound Cake 97 strains.
The Yellow Fruit Stripe buds are long and wavy, with lime and forest-green leaves, sparsely littered with orange pistils, and sporting a golden coat of trichome kief. The pine and lemon citrus aroma is complemented with hints of sweet vanilla. Smoking or vaping Yellow Fruit Stripes unleashes a sweet vanilla and lemon-pepper flavor.
The psychoactive euphoria is reportedly mild at best, which can be good or bad depending on the user’s goals. For those who wish to get blown to the moon, this strain isn’t likely for you. Most users reported a smooth surge in energy and an easing of anxiety and muscular tension, which is not surprising considering the dominant terpene is Beta Myrcene. Despite this, couch-lock was reportedly non-existent with Yellow Fruit Stripes. Some suggested this strain may be worth a try for users with ADHD, looking to regulate mood, while minimizing the paranoia sometimes seen with stronger Sativas.
Yellow Fruit Stripes is a tasty, but mild Sativa, sporting a 17% THC content, that may help relax the mind, ease pain, and allow the user to tackle the day with some focused energy.