Animal Face has heavy, almost narcotic indica effects, providing pain relief, relaxation, and sleep. Cannabis lab Analytical 360 has tested samples of Animal Face and measured its THC content at between 18% and an impressive 27%.
Animal Face has a scent that is simultaneously sweet and sour, with a dank, skunky edge. Breaking open the sticky flowers yields some more notes of pepper and pine. When combusted, Animal Face has a thick, harsh smoke that often induces coughing. This smoke has a sweet and vaguely spicy taste when exhaled.
Animal Face has a high that settles in fairly quickly for a predominantly indica strain. Smokers may not have finished coughing before they hit with a weighty and palpable stoney feeling that affects the entire body. Emotional well-being accompanies this relaxation so that users typically feel remarkably comfortable and contented. Without any cerebral intensity, this strain does not confer the kind of rapid-association thoughtfulness that comes with more pure sativa varieties. The extreme relaxation that Animal Face provides can melt into a powerful couchlock if users continue to indulge in its potent bud.
These physical effects also make Animal Face an effective painkiller with medical application. Those suffering from both mild or more chronic, nerve-based pain report an easing or a total relief of symptoms. This strain’s heaviness also makes it an excellent treatment for users who struggle with insomnia. Mentally, Animal Face can also be beneficial in helping treat stress and anxiety, as it renders users happily oblivious in its stoney haze. Side effects include the typical dry eyes and dry mouth, along with some appetite stimulation. More recommended for nighttime than daytime use, Animal Face is not usually praised for helping users accomplish work.