Firecracker is a genuine rarity, so scarce it’s hard to get a lock on where it comes from or what strains were crossed to create it. It’s an indica-dominant hybrid, and the sativa/indica ratio is roughly 30:70, though that’s a rough estimate. THC data on this strain are difficult to find, so it’s impossible to say how powerful it is. The same is true of CBD levels, though the fact that they’re obscure suggests Firecracker isn’t a great choice for patients with seizure disorders or other conditions that can be treated with CBD. The indica high is body-centric, with a peaceful, calming physical buzz, a boost of happiness, and mental relief. Those effects make this a good too for dealing with chronic physical pain and insomnia. It may also be helpful with depression and anxiety. There aren’t many reports of adverse effects when using Firecracker, but red eyes and dry mouth are probably quite common. Paranoia may also be possible. This strain smells and tastes of red wine. The nugs are dense and sticky, with gold and light green colouring. Firecracker sells in very few places, so only dedicated strain hunters should add this to their bucket lists.