SNOCAP

Attributes

Face
SNOCAP
Leaf
Green
Pot
Hot Chocolate
Environment
High Mountains
Foreground
Ice Water
Accessory
Red Beanie
Accessory
Snowflakes
Accessory

Attributes

Face:
SNOCAP
Leaf:
Green
Pot:
Hot Chocolate
Environment:
High Mountains
Foreground:
Ice Water
Accessory:
Red Beanie
Accessory
Snowflakes
Accessory

The LEGEND

When the Cannabis strain Snocap looks to the top of a distant mountain peak and observes that the blanket of alpine snow that one perpetually graced its top is now all but gone—well, then, that very foresighted varietal gets to thinking that perhaps it’s time to find a new, more hospitable planet to call home.

Snocap is not named for any specific snow-capped mountain, mind you, or even for a literal snow-capped mountain. No, no, no, Snocap the strain takes its name from the thick coating of gem-like trichomes (aka crystals) that cover the surface of its finest flowers when fully mature and ready to harvest. 

Which makes a strain wonder: If the Snocaps go, could Snocap go next? 

Time to send out a distress call. An SOS to the FLWRS.

Throughout the universe, the Federation of Love Weed & Recreational Support (FLWRS) oversees countless different Cannabis breeding projects, each as precious and precarious as the one they’ve been running on Earth for the last 10,000 years. 

So as soon as Snocap let them in on the “code green” emergency on Earth, FLWR dispatched their Cannabis Rescue Unit to gather up the planet’s most vital mother plant strains and transport them via deep space to the relative safety of distant Planet X [code name].  

On board FLWRS’ intergalactic Cannabis hothouse/spaceship/planetary escape pod, Snocap regaled all the other airlifted strains with stories of the new, happy existence awaiting them. How they would first terraform the planet, and then live there in peace and plenty. 

Snocap is up so high, you see—in elevation and in every other way—that just three puffs of the original cut and you can glimpse this future. A shared, optimistic vision that sure got all the other MTHRS excited. 

By the time they arrived at their new home, in fact, Snocap had cross-pollinated prodigiously, producing a slew of new hybrids that all share that same unmistakable coat of crystals all over their buds.

ORIGIN STORY BY DAVID BIENENSTOCK
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