For some people, caffeine can just give them anxiety or ultimately make them tired. That’s why here at Newsweed we are going to give you a green selection of bud, sound, and snack to help get you through your work day.
Let’s start out with our earthly pleasure with the intensely named strain Green Crack. Despite the name, this powerful bud is all natural. This strain grows from a fusion of the old school 70’s Sativa strain Skunk #1 and a mysterious Indica plant.
This grass will give you the energy you need to get your work done by providing energy that only mother nature could unlock. Unlike most strains, Green Crack won’t bog you down, but instead give you a laser sharp focus to get from the green in your bowl to the green in your wallet.
A leafly user writes about their experiences with Green Crack: “The happy euphoric effects get my heart pumping. Great for motivation if you’re depressed or feeling sad/lonely quick fix for anyone doubting them selves. Awesome confidence feeling, over all a great way to start off the morning feeling like a badass. Thanks greencrack you’ve saved me yet again from another boring depressed, miserable day. With a big cup of happiness, delight and everything bright.”
Not only does this lovely strain work wonders. It also tastes like our planets favorite delights with strong notes of mango.
For our choice of tunes, let’s have a grab bag of eclectic fun with Green Day‘s album Warning; by far Green Day’s most interesting album. From the opening song, ‘Warning’, you can tell this is a different album for them by taking a more earthy and folksy approach to their energetic, pop-punk sound. The song ‘Church on Sunday’ brings out this fun and invigorating vibe that will bring you out of your ruts and ready to take on the world.
The song ‘Misery’ feels like its lyrics were taken from a lost Quentin Tarantino flick and it’s instruments are unlike any Green Day song or pop-punk song in general. This experimental tune will take you across the world with it’s Mariachi stylings and Spanish influenced guitar. Truly a unique, fun, and incredibly different song for this band.
The track ‘Minority’ fuels the rebellious youth of the planet to rise up and do what they think is right. This song fuses pop-punk instrumentation with accordion to create a wholly unique and creative political anthem (which Green Day would do more of in the future). The last song, ‘Macy’s Day Parade’, takes the folk rock elements to its peak by stripping back most of the punk from this song, leaving a folky but dark ballad to conclude this blip in Green Day’s monstrous career.
Let’s complete this trifecta of green with a healthy but delicious snack with some Snow Peas. This sweet but healthy snack is easy to prepare and easy to eat. Just rise off the peas and then they are ready to enjoy. You can obviously cook with them but not only do you get the fresh flavor designed by earth, you also don’t have to cook while stoned which is always nice.
While they might not seem like an addictive snack, you will find yourself stuffing your face, but this time you can stuff your face 100% guilt free as you know this awesome snack is also good for you. No matter what you are doing, remember your connection with the earth and you might find that you can do whatever you put your mind to.