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A cross between a powerful indica, a potent medical strain and a modern classic, Black Sugar retains all of the best characteristics of its parents.
One of those strains was not only a bestseller for its medical properties, but also as the best tasting variety. A stable multi hybrid of short squat indica’s and short sativa’s. Here is a very easy, incredibly short strain famous for it’s taste and effect. And the strange part is that it looks like an indica; short and squat like a NL, reaching a height of 40 – 50cm, but has lots of sativa smell and flavour. A licourice, flowery, fresh smell with a distant little earthy afghan undertone. Basically, she grows like an indica, but has the characteristics of a sativa. Why Black Sugar? With temperatures on the low side, flowers turn dark purple-ish/blue-ish and when dried black-ish/purple-ish covered in resin “sugar”.
Blue Dream, a sativa-dominant hybrid originating in California, has achieved legendary status among West Coast strains. Crossing a Blueberry indica with the sativa Haze, Blue Dream balances full-body relaxation with gentle cerebral invigoration. Novice and veteran consumers alike enjoy the level effects of Blue Dream, which ease you gently into a calm euphoria. Some Blue Dream phenotypes express a more indica-like look and feel, but the sativa-leaning variety remains most prevalent.
A potent cross between the ever popular classic strains Blueberry and Haze, Blue Dream (or Azure Haze, depending on who you ask) is a slightly sativa-dominant strain shrouded in mystery. It is not just dreamy because of its stellar flavor and buzzy cerebral high, but because its history has essentially been wiped from the books with many believing its origins must be a dream. It first made a name for itself in the medical community, though no one knew who made it or where it came from outside of most speculating it was birthed in Santa Cruz, CA. Eventually, the strain caught the attention of legendary breeder DJ Short who has worked hard to give us the version we have today. With a relatively high THC range that averages at a low of 17% and a high of 24%, this dreamy bud has more than just good looks and flavor to bring to the table. The CBD and CBN levels reach 2% and 1% respectively, making this a stellar strain for treating a myriad of ailments. The delicious flavors of blueberry and sugar are long lasting and stay in the air and on your tongue long after the smoke has gone. The nugs are long and bushy, with deep blue hues, amber and blue hairs, and an abundance of milky white trichomes. Blue Dream’s high is all the best parts of its parentage wrapped neatly into a flavor-packed, beautifully balanced package. It begins with a cerebral rush, bringing with it motivation and heightened focus, so enjoy this through any jam-packed schedule. As the high builds you fall into an ultra-relaxed state, leaving you feeling hazy and totally calm. This numbing sensation will find you pain-free and ready for any task.
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Gorilla Girl is, perhaps unsurprisingly, a cross between 2 of the very strongest US strains Gorilla Glue and Girl Scout Cookies. There are several different GSC pheno-types and the specific one used for this cross is known as Thin Mints. Spectacular resin production and very high levels of THC are a given. Gorilla Girl is 60% sativa and this is reflected in its long side-branches. Indoor yields are good at 400 – 550 gr/m2 in a flowering period of 9 weeks. Outdoors 350 – 600 gr/plant can be harvested at the end of September in northern latitudes. Resin production is off the scale and calyxes and smaller leaves will be liberally covered in sticky goo. Flavours and scents are incredibly intense and aromatic with wood (cypress), earth and citrus being the most notable. THC levels are very high at 19 – 25% and the very experienced and conscientious grower will likely be able to increase this level still further. CBD on the other hand is very low at just 0.1%.
This strain announces itself as many people did in the 1600s: by its smell. The difference is this monarch’s odor is one that’s meant to be enjoyed; its dense nugs have an overwhelmingly piney smell with an earthy musk that will have you thinking of your last forest adventure. Bred in part from OG Kush, Louis XIII has a very similar spicy kush aroma. Good for insomnia, this strain often tests at over 20% THC.
King Louis XIII has a storied history, hailing from southern California. King Louis XII is a strain that appears on many “favorite OG Kush phentoype lists” of OG Kush enthusiasts, and has been for decades. This strain is quite potent, oftentimes testing for over 20% THC. King Louis XIII features dense, lime green buds coated with a crisp layer of resinous trichomes. The nuggets are also dotted liberally with orange hairs, making it a treat for the eyes. These buds are so potent they are stickily resinous when broken up or even handled. The scent of these buds is a musky pine, with rich earthiness and a hint of skunk and diesel. The taste of this strain is a crisp, refreshing citrus with tinges of skunk and diesel, much like the smell suggests. The smoke can prove harsh on the throat. The effects of King Louis XIII are powerful, leaving users nostalgic with it’s unmistakable OG characteristics. This strain offers users a deep relaxation, lulling them into a deep sleep with a pleasant pressure behind the eyes. The body stone will come on quick and continue to escalate as time passes, offering a feeling of deep sedation. Like most strains of cannabis, King Louis XIII offers a variety of useful medical applications. The deep relaxation provided by the stone is a great aid in alleviating stress and anxiety. This deep relaxation will also prove beneficial to those who suffer insomnia, helping users dose off well before sunrise and wake up feeling more refreshed and well-rested. King Louis XIII also offers pain relieving effects, and can be useful for those suffering from muscle spasms. King Louis XIII offers deep relaxation, making it a heavy hitter among other strains when it comes to medicinal properties. King Louis XIII can be grown both indoors and outdoors, with a flowering time of 60 days. It is said to have quite high yields, but may prove troublesome for beginner to novice growers.
Lemon Haze has been characterized as smelling of fresh peeled lemon slices with a similar taste. Its buds appear to be green and yellow with amber hairs on the trichomes, giving it the yellow tint. This strain’s THC has been measured at about 15-20% with a CBD of 0.38%.
This strain meets the sativa-lover’s demands with 80% sativa while enticing others with its 20% indica. It is one of the most sought-after sativa-dominant strains of cannabis available on the market today and has earned its place as a pedigree within both the recreational and medical marijuana communities. Even though it is sativa dominant, it is also appealing to the indica lovers. This is mostly because it actually gives you energy. With THC levels up to 22% and a CBD level of 0.1%, it is suitable for any experienced marijuana user’s collection. This also makes it a very effective medical marijuana strain for various conditions.
Effects Of Lemon HazeThe effects of this super-sativa are all energy. It’s not necessarily a relaxing strain. Instead, this is the type of weed that makes you want to get up and get things done. You’ll feel ready to conquer the world, making this the perfect daytime bud for busy users. It will help you maintain focus, as well as bring out your inner creativity. With just one puff, this sativa-dominant strain will make you feel like you want to hug each and every person around you. By the second puff, you feel uplifted and in an excellent mood. Try smoking this strain before a romantic date night, because it will leave you light-hearted and energetic the entire time. Lemon Haze kicks in really quickly, and its effects linger for a while. This marijuana strain is a great choice for anyone who has a long day ahead. It makes one feel euphoric and energetic so you can accomplish great tasks during the day. Because of its potency and high THC levels, this strain is not recommended for beginners.
Adverse ReactionsLemon Haze may induce small amounts of dizziness, but it is not very common. Cottonmouth and dry eye feelings are likely to happen. This is related to dehydration. Keep yourself hydrated by drinking lots of water or any other fluids. The munchies, where one may feel increased or exaggerated desire for food, may be experienced almost immediately after smoking or consuming this strain. Also, some users may feel paranoia after over-consumption, or anxiety if they already suffer from it.
Medical Uses For Lemon HazeLemon Haze contains 0.1% CBD. Along with its high THC level, it allows the user to relax mentally while providing some medicinal properties that also benefit medical marijuana patients physically. These are just some of the conditions this strain has successfully treated:
- Muscle spasms
- Physical pains
- Chronic fatigue
- Joint pains
- Loss of Appetite
Taste And Aroma Of Lemon HazeLemon Haze is a beautiful looking bud with a fragrance reminiscent of every citrus fruit you’ve ever had the pleasure of smelling. Think of the succulent aroma of sweet and sour lemon candy, almost like that of Lemonheads, and that’s how this strain smells. Its tangy presence is easily recognized and lingers in the air long after the smoke disappears. You’ll also detect a hint of spice and earthiness coming through the lemony sweet tang as the smoke feels the air. And, that sweet lemon isn’t wasted on just the aroma. This cannabis strain tastes just as tangy and fruity too. Its flavor is quite refreshing, like a glass of lemonade on a hot, summer day. Yet, much like lemons, it has a little bite to it. All this tangy earthiness will linger around on your palette, leaving an herbal undertone that is distinct to this strain.
Growing Lemon HazeLemon Haze seeds produce tall cannabis plants. It’s a high-yielding, sativa-dominant strain that’s fairly simple to cultivate. This is because, with a little nurturing, the plants are very resistant to most pests and molds. The cannabis should be grown indoors for the best effects. However, it can flourish well outdoors in warmer climates. If you’d like the best yield, try growing this strain with hydroponics. It is recommended for maximum flowering and yield potential. This strain of marijuana can handle higher humidity while flowering, which takes 9-10 weeks when grown indoors. You should yield about 28 ounces of usable bud per square meter. Expect to harvest during October when growing Lemon Haze outdoors. Your yield should be around 35 ounces of potent, usable cannabis per plant if grown in sunny Mediterranean climate.
Mango Kush is an Indica-dominant strain. Its strong flavors and aromas are reminiscent of the tropical fruit for which it is named, but it also carries a hint of banana. Mango Kush has a THC count of up to 23% and averages around 10-12%. For most users, this strain kicks in immediately, producing both a strong body stone and euphoria. Many also find that this strain makes them more open and talkative. Occasionally, it can cause ‘the giggles,’ especially with higher doses or first-time use. Mango Kush’s effects typically last for one to two hours. It is a classic ‘munchies’ strain, and many patients use it to calm nausea and induce appetite. This strain also causes drowsiness, usually starting halfway through the duration of its effects. Negative effects may include the usual cotton mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, dizziness, and anxiety. It is not recommended for daytime use but can work wonders on chronic aches and pains, especially joint pain. Mango Kush relieves insomnia and may also ease headache and migraine. Patients also use it to reduce inflammation and treat stress and anxiety. Mango Kush’s exact history is mostly unknown, but it likely comes from a cross between Mango, by KC Brains, and the famed Hindu Kush. Almost never growing taller than five feet, this strain grows well both indoors and out. It finishes flowering in nine to eleven weeks and often delivers a high yield of over 400 grams per square meter.
Mango Kush is an Indica-dominant strain. Its strong flavors and aromas are reminiscent of the tropical fruit for which it is named, but it also carries a hint of banana. Mango Kush has a THC count of up to 16% and averages around 10-12%. For most users, this strain kicks in immediately, producing both a strong body stone and euphoria. Many also find that this strain makes them more open and talkative. Occasionally, it can cause ‘the giggles,’ especially with higher doses or first-time use. Mango Kush’s effects typically last for one to two hours. It is a classic ‘munchies’ strain, and many patients use it to calm nausea and induce appetite. This strain also causes drowsiness, usually starting halfway through the duration of its effects. Negative effects may include the usual cotton mouth, dry eyes, paranoia, dizziness, and anxiety. It is not recommended for daytime use but can work wonders on chronic aches and pains, especially joint pain. Mango Kush relieves insomnia and may also ease headache and migraine. Patients also use it to reduce inflammation and treat stress and anxiety. Mango Kush’s exact history is mostly unknown, but it likely comes from a cross between Mango, by KC Brains, and the famed Hindu Kush. Almost never growing taller than five feet, this strain grows well both indoors and out. It finishes flowering in nine to eleven weeks and often delivers a high yield of over 400 grams per square meter.