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Marijuana strain review: Carmen Electra

One of the few sativas out there named for a celebrity, this weed is appropriately peppery and giggle-inducing but not too cheap. Durably, lovably campy as a TV personality, singer and supermodel, Carmen Electra is best known for appearing in a long list of schlocky movies like Lil’ Pimp, 2-Headed Shark Attack, and Max Havoc: Curse of the Dragon — the sheer mediocre tonnage of which has won her an imposing number of Worst Supporting Actress Razzie nominations.

Carmen Electra is seen in a 2003 file photo. (LIONEL HAHN/ABACA PRESS)

Seldom out of the news for one reason or other, Carmen was born on 4/20 and so, appropriately, the dank named in her honor goes straight to the head, imparting a lively and attractive sheen around everything in the visual field. One of the stonier sativas I’ve sampled in a while, a CE buzz is pleasingly mentally energetic but heavily disorienting in the sense that the mind calculates fantastically intricate plans that fall amusingly apart at the body’s unwillingness to stir from a single rooted spot.

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It’s ideal for festivals, binge watching, Internet surfing, or extremely crowded nightclubs where everyone is glamorous and toe-to-toe.

Carmen Electra

Price: $20/gram

The Wrap: Sweet of scent and long lasting.


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