Wu 5 is a beastly variety that you won’t forget in a hurry. It combines proven genetics with a monstrous cannabinoid profile and a unique assortment of terpenes. If you enjoy strong, heady, and flavorsome strains, it could be worth adding some Wu 5 to your stash.
Keep reading to learn more about the aromas, flavors, and effects of this varietal.
Wu 5 Hemp Flower Review
The Wu 5 hemp strain was bred from a combination of Indica and Sativa strains, bringing together the reliable OG Kush and Sour Diesel to create a heady mix of aromas and effects.
The combination makes for a skunky, spicy, and gassy strain.
It combines a variety of beneficial terpenes, including Pinene, Caryophyllene, Bisabolol, and Myrcene, along with more than 20% total cannabinoids.
Wu 5 hemp flowers are fluffy and light, but they are also very sticky, with a thick coating of trichomes that unleash some of the strain’s incredible aromas when broken.
Wu 5 Aroma and Flavors
Wu 5 has a unique freshness and herby quality, and it’s backed by a heaviness that you feel right at the back of your throat. It reminds us of herby alcohol shots like Jägermeister, as it’s floral, sweet, fragrant, but potent.
There are notes of cinnamon, oregano, black pepper, pine, lemon rind, and clove. One of the things we like about this strain is that the aromas you detect when you take your first sniff are similar to the flavors you taste when you take your first drag.
Sure, the aromas are sweeter, less earthy, and more delicate, but it’s still a complex and enjoyable smoke.
As a result, while we occasionally recommend vaping to get the best out of a flower, that’s simply not necessary here.
Benefits of Wu 5
Wu 5 could help you to relax, soothe pain, and ease stress. The high-CBD, in combination with the many terpenes, provides something known as the entourage effect.
Simply put, it means multiple compounds are combining to create desired effects and health benefits.
The compounds contained with Wu 5 have been known to fight inflammation, eliminate free radicals, and ease stress. It’s a strain that can be enjoyed during the afternoon and evening, and one that can liven up an evening with friends, help you to focus on work and creative tasks, or prepare you for bed.