Definition - What does Golden Goat mean?
Golden Goat is a strain of cannabis that is Sativa dominant. It was accidentally created by a group of unidentified growers in Topeka, Kansas. The cross occurred when the male plant Hawaiian Romulan inadvertently pollinated Mr.Dank’s Island Sweet Skunk. The result of the accidental union was the Golden Goat strain. The strain has become known for its uniquely colored flowers and its high trichome production. It boasts a tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) level of 23 percent, and a cannabidiol (CBD) level of 1.07 percent.
MaximumYield explains Golden Goat
Golden Goat is green and pink in color. It has a sweet smell that features a slight lemon zest with a touch of mango and cherry. It produces medium-sized buds that have an Indica look and are coated amber resin crystals. After curing, the buds are very sticky to the touch. The strain is 70 percent Sativa and 30 percent Indica. It renders a creeper-type high that usually lasts one to two hours. Medical marijuana users turn to the strain to treat pain, depression stress, insomnia, and anxiety. The body high is relaxing and gives the user a social boost.