ncredible Hulk sets itself apart with large, chunky flowers that bulge like Bruce Banner’s green muscles. The buds are almost spherical in shape and hold together in a relatively loose, spindly structure; leaves are fluffy and can be easily torn away from their central stems. The mossy green leaves are set off by a high volume of bright orange hairs (which are actually pistils, structures meant to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants). Finally, translucent, amber-colored trichomes cover the inner and outer surfaces of the flowers, giving them a slightly yellow sheen and accounting for their psychoactivity.
When properly cured, flowers of Incredible Hulk primarily smell like an earthy combination of citrus and pine. This aromatic blend has the same clean, hoppy character that’s so central to parent strain Jack Herer’s herbal, Haze-inflected appeal. On closer inspection, there are also some fruity notes of berry, albeit with a slightly spoiled, fermented edge. When combusted, Incredible Hulk burns with a smooth and easily palatable smoke that tastes both tropical and piney on the exhale