As we learned in the ’80s, crack is wack. Green Crack, however, is anything but wack – unless you don’t like its name, as some tend to feel. That said, the sativa that was originally called Cush, and is sometimes still called Green Cush, emerged out of Athens, Georgia in the ’70s. Descending from Skunk #1, other potential parents have also been offered up in discussions. They include Afghani landrace and Sweet Leaf Indica. While its lineage leaves some room for discussion, its popular effects do not. Green Crack is regarded as an incredible daytime strain that enhances energy, focus and does a lot more to fuel creatives and consumers alike.