Lucinda Williams Cookies Sativa Dominant Hybrid creative

Lucinda Williams Cookies


Lucinda Williams, named after the country music legend of the same name, is a hybrid blend that guarantees a spectacular uplifting experience in or outside of the home. The THC content is an average between a staggering 24 – 29%. Surprisingly, despite this abundance of THC the strain remains a focused driven energizer. This stems from the combination of the sativa dominant Cinderella 99 and the indica dominant Wonder Williams. A concoction that consumers say leaves them feeling inspired and happy yet energized and engaging. Described as a creativity enhancer, the inspiration united with the energizing spike work in tandem to ensure an exceptionally unique trip.

A Colorado favorite, Lucinda Williams is sought after for its taste and effects, however the smell and look are also primary causes. The smell seems to be a mixture of assorted fruit akin to berries and citrus combined with a minty earth undertone. The aroma perfectly contrasts the taste as well as the look. A dense bud with a dark leafy green inner structure beneath an array of red, light green, and white trichomes that flow down the stem create a spectrum of authenticity to the produced effect. Lucinda William’s appearance and wild effects accurately reflect the fun energetic lifestyle singer Lucinda Williams lives in turn instilling legitimacy behind the choice in name.

Lucinda Williams was developed in Colorado by Denver’s own Kind Meds. The strain is conceived through the combination of Cinderella 99 and Wonder Williams. Ironically, Lucinda Williams has more in common with Wonder Williams than Cinderella 99 in that they both were named after famous singers. Wonder Williams, the indica dominant side of Lucinda Williams, is named after Willie Nelson. A perfect addition to any public outing, the strain is popular among veterans and beginners alike; leading up to Lucinda Williams commenting on the strain in an interview. She was thrilled by the naming and wished to try it, but because the strength of cannabis you find today she fears the anxiety and paranoia it might induce. Luckily for her, if she ever chose to partake, the strain has no reported negative side effects that link to either feared result.

Strain Type
Lucinda Williams is a hybrid crossed with both indica and sativa; the sativa being found dominant despite the ratio being 50/50 between the two. The THC is widely varied, but the average range is around 24 – 29% leaving the CBD count as low as .082%. An expected experience is equal parts mental and physical though unlike many other hybrids Lucinda Williams acts as a potent energizer.

Lucinda Williams Cookies Sativa Dominant Hybrid cannabis strain

Terpene Profile

The primary terpenes found in Lucinda Williams are Limonene, Myrcene, and Caryophyllene. A group that produces an alluring flavor, taste, and smells that makes the strain such a popular treat to experience.


Myrcene, a common terpene found in a wide variety of other strains, adds the recognizable citrus berry mixed flavor and smell to the hybrid. Like other terpenes Myrcene aids in combating development of and treating cancer. Lucinda Williams has also been found to be beneficial for analgesic responses. This terpene is found to account for extending or elevating the cerebral experience of the high.


Limonene is primarily utilized in the treatment of weight loss and like many others aids in the prevention of cancer while also contributing in the treatment of cancer. Limonene like Myrcene is found on a variety of fruits and plants primarily adding to the citrus aroma of the strain. It is used for medicines as well as ointments and creams making it quite useful outside of its effectiveness in cannabis. Interestingly, outside mood elevation and stress relief, Limonene increases the absorption of other terpenes and chemicals as well. Responsible for the creativity found in Lucinda Williams, Limonene effectively increases the potency and speed of the cerebral high.


Caryophyllene is generally found within the immune tissues all throughout the body. Once they are activated through varying means they reduce inflammation; thus lessening pain and assisting in lowering the chance of developing brain diseases. Similar to other terpenes B-Caryophyllene has little research dedicated to it leaving less than an ample amount of data to cull through. It is mainly a pain reliever, depending on how much is activated, and as a benefit to the brain. Not much is clear on which types of strains contain the most B-Caryophyllene, but from what is known Lucinda Williams is likely not to contain a substantial supply.

What Consumers are Saying:

Patients who consume the Lucinda Williams strain of medicinal marijuana have reported both negative and positive effects when using the product. Some common and some rare.

The Positives

  • Happiness
  • Energizing
  • Light Pain Relief
  • Relaxed
  • Inspiring
  • Creativity
  • Engaging
  • No Burnout

Potential Medical Benefits

Below are a list of conditions that Lucinda Williams may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.

The Negatives

Some users reported dry mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, and dizziness.

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