Anyone who has military experience know what a four star general is. In each branch of the military, the rank of four star general is an honor bestowed upon some of the most deserving and dedicated individuals. The earliest individuals who are recorded as having earned a four-star general title rank back to the late 18th century with George Washington and Ulysses S. Grant, and has extended throughout history to well-known individuals such as Douglas MacArthur, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and many more to follow. More recently, the first woman to receive the title, Ann E. Dunwoody, was granted that honor in late 2008. Needless to say, there have been many four-star generals who have become a part of this country’s history. Inspired by the success of the individuals who have dedicated their lives to the U.S., a naming a cannabis strain after this rank is a great honor.
The first word that comes to mind when reviewers got their hands on Four Star General is “bold.” As the spawn of Stardawg (a powerful sativa-dominant hybrid that often produces uplifting and joyous effects) and Tres Dawg (which is also a hybrid, but offers stronger indica properties), Four Star General is a happy medium between the two. Its unique properties invoke feelings of ecstasy and serenity.
Even just a glance at Four Star General prepares consumers for the calming ride they’re about to embark on. Vibrant hues of purple and green cover each strain while long oranges hairs jut out from almost every opening. And one whiff of the earthy buds beckons you to try a taste of its sweet, earthy flavor.
Upon giving this delightful treat a try, consumers are able to still function as usual, albeit a bit slower than normal. With a pleasant effect residing mainly in the head, this strain becomes the perfect thing to try during the weekend on after an especially stressful day at work. You may not be too productive, but you’ll enjoy every minute of it.