As the name suggests, Tutti Frutti provides a blast of fruit flavor that sativa lovers will flock to. Flash Seeds has taken genetic traits from Blue Haze,Green Haze, Thai, and Diesel, then mixed in a fast-finishing ruderalis to create an automatic flowering strain that provides potent euphoric effects. Tutti Frutti offers a strong, buzzy head high and a smoke that’s bursting with flavor. This strain’s THC content has been measured at between 15% and 23%.
Tutti Frutti provides what can best be described as a creeper of a high; it may be several minutes after smokers have finished toking before its effects are fully felt. When the strain does kick in, users will notice increased mental activity. At first, this stimulation works on the senses, making certain sights, sounds, and even tastes seem more vivid and memorable. As users adjust to this altered perception, they typically find themselves following a careening train of thought. Such cerebral thinking can lend itself to complex problem solving scenarios, as well as more free-form creative brainstorming. In the right set and setting, this strain allows users to remain clearheaded and lucid, and can also create strong feelings of euphoria. As the high wears on, more pronounced physical effects emerge. Smokers may find themselves free from muscular tension and mental stress, and they may even be more likely to spring for a spot on the closest couch — that said, couch-lock is uncommon, and users are not often physically incapacitated. Tutti Frutti can also be a strong appetite stimulant, giving users an excuse to indulge their chemically-altered palates. A quintessential wake-and-bake strain, Tutti Frutti is great for active pursuits like hiking or running errands; its potent cerebral effects may be less welcome at night, when they are likely to keep users wired before bed.
Tutti Frutti can also have several applications for medical cannabis patients. Its sustained feeling of focus may be of use to those with attention deficit disorders, helping them to concentrate on a single task. It can also have powerful mood-altering effects, helping those with mild to moderate stress and depression to spend their time more presently and mindfully. Latent physical effects can serve as an analgesic for deep-seated aches and pains, while the strain’s ability to induce hunger can aid patients who have lost their appetites to disease or to painful treatments like chemotherapy.