Thai Tree

Thai Tree

hai, also referred to as ‘Thai Sticks’, is an example of a landrace strain, meaning she has evolved in her natural environment away from the hands of man. Nature has cultivated this strain within Thailand for a long time, and the result is a 100% pure sativa variety.

Pioneers within the cannabis industry discovered this variety and brought it over to the US in the 1970s. These pristine landrace genetics were used to set the foundations for many iconic strains such as Northern Lights, AK-47, original Haze, Grapefruit, Chocolope and many more.

The buds of Thai weed are fluffy and contain a THC % of around 20%. If you are lucky enough to get your hands on Thai, she offers a clear headed high defined by cerebral, uplifting and euphoric sensations. Thai flowers give off pleasant smells and flavors of earthiness, woody and chocolate with a citrus/fuel aftertaste.

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Growing Thai weed is not an easy thing to do. Thai is best suited to outdoor growth within tropical climates, although expert growers may be able to obtain good results in greenhouses. As often with pure sativas the flowering period of Thai can take forever. 14-16 weeks is quite common for these tropical gifts of nature, but even flowering times up to 20 weeks have been reported.

You also have to take her size in consideration; a fully mature Thai landrace strain is more a tree than a plant.

About Thai

Thai is a pure sativa landrace native to the tropical jungles of Thailand. With a potency earned through centuries of isolated breeding, this strain has a famous pungency and an intense cerebral high. Also called Thai stick for its traditional preparation of leaves twisted around the plant’s spindly branches, Thai is said to have been brought to the U.S. from Southeast Asia following the Vietnam War. THC content varies but can be as high as 22%.

Cured Thai flowers look less like buds or nugs, instead forming wispy, fluffy clusters of leaves. They are pale green to brown and very resinous. The smell is primarily fruit and citrus with a distinct diesel undertone. Broken open or burned, the buds have a more bitter odor. The smoke has an acrid taste and is harsher than most sativas – coughing and lung expansion are common. When exhaled, smoke has light herbal and floral notes.

As with potent Jamaican landraces across the Pacific, Thai has a speedy head high. Users describe a euphoria that comes on quickly and lasts longer than average. Physical effects tend to manifest more as an increase in energy that can border on a jumpy caffeine buzz for some. The clearheaded and motivating high from this strain is well-suited to daytime productivity. However, because of its high THC content, the cerebral effects may make less experienced users edgy or paranoid.

Wild Thai Backstory

One of DCC’s Pride and Joys is our Wild Thai. The breeder World of Seeds sourced their Wild Thailand directly from Thailand. Wild Thai is a rare sativa strain descended from the infamous 100% pure sativa Thai Landrace strain bred in the Ko Chang archipelago. 

After years of research and phenohunting our Wild Thai was released to the market on 4/20, 2019. It subsequently won 3rd Place in the 2019 Connoisseur Cup for Best Sativa. 

Wild Thai is packed with sweet pine, lemon, and berry aromas. The flavor is woody and sweet with a sour berry taste that lingers long after your last toke. Wild Thai will lift your mood and leave you in euphoria. If you are looking for an old school strain that will leave you energetic and motivated this is the perfect strain for you.

Royal Thai

Royal Thai is a mostly sativa variety from Spliff Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±77 days) and outdoors. Spliff Seeds’ Royal Thai is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Royal Thai is made of an Early Thai mother and a Skunk no.1 father. She is a tall and lanky plant. A big yielding strain that takes longer to mature, but is definitely worth the wait. She has big resin production. Our Royal Thai has 3 phenos. Pheno 1 has a typical airy, stretched Sativa bud structure. She has a wood and pinecone flavor. Pheno 2 is more skunk inclined with bulky, beefy buds and a more, sweeter taste. Pheno 3 takes longer to mature and has that typical chocolate flavor we all have come to love from the Thai strains. Royal Thai ought to be put under continuous light during her growing period to keep her height under control. Curing her for longer will hugely benefit Royal Thai’s quality; the taste and high will be sensational. Keep a maximum of 9 plants per square metre. Prune twice to maximize yields.

Thai is difficult to cultivate outdoors in more temperate environments. Indoor growing can also be a challenge, as plants can reach almost 15 feet at maturity. Commercial growers have had success with large-scale indoor greenhouse operations. Thai has an extremely long flowering time – buds are ready for harvest in December if grown outdoors and after four and half months indoors.

Thai’s strong Sativa effects and its appealing flavor profile have made it a valuable strain for commercial growing and crossbreeding. Thai has been used to produce popular hybrids like Haze and AK-47.

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Calyx-to leaf ratio is high. Buds will keep their weight and structure when dried. Candle shaped buds. Overall aroma is sweet chocolate with a hint of roasted coffee. The taste is tangy and citrusy with a wonderful chocolate aftertaste. The high is clear and powerful; an uplifting, cerebral high.

80% Sativa.
Genotype: Early Thai x Skunk no.1.
Overall aroma sweetish chocolate with a hint of roasted coffee. The taste is tangy and citrusy with a wonderful chocolate aftertaste. High quality strain. Trippy, soaring high.
Potential THC level: medium-high.

Origin and History of the Blue Thai Strain

So where does this Blue Thai strain of cannabis come from? We’re all aware that it didn’t just pop out of nowhere.

As it names hints this strain is a cross between Blueberry and a Thai Skunk plant. This cross gave a beautifully smelling plant, that will turn blue during the end of the flowering stage if you have a difference of at least 10°C between the day and night.

Characteristics of Blue Thai Auto-flowering Marijuana seeds

Hesitating if you want to get a blue thai plant going? You’ve looked left and right to make your mind but can’t figure it out? Or you might just want to know more about her, in any case check out this chart.
We’ve grouped together all the characteristics of this cannabis strain that we’ve observed and read about, hopefully this will help you out

The Black Strain

The Black Strain

The Black Cannabis strain is so named due to its dark appearance. While it may look ominous, it’s a strain that’s worth a try. Users describe it as a smooth smoking experience. With flavors that run the gamut from spicy to sweet berry, this strain has something for everyone.

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Strain Information

Indica Dominant Hybrid – 90% Indica / 10% Sativa THC: 20%

The Black is a heavily indica dominant hybrid (90% indica/10% sativa) strain with unknown genetics due to a high level of breeder secrecy. This infamous bud boasts an insanely high THC level that typically falls over 20% and a myriad of heavy nighttime effects. The high starts with an instant soothing narcotic effect felt in the head with a heavy sedative effect that leaves your mind pleasantly hazy with a sense of deep introspection and a lack of any mental pain or racing thoughts.

These effects slowly spread into the body with a deeply relaxing and narcotic effect that leaves you very sleepy and completely pain-free with a sense of utter serenity and peace. Upon the comedown you’ll be almost immediately lulled into a deep and dream-free sleep that’s said to be falling victim to the black. Because of these heavy effects, The Black is perfect for treating conditions such as insomnia, nightmares, chronic pain, and muscle spasms or tremors. This bud has a smooth yet strong taste of earthy grape and an aroma of spicy mulled wine that has a delicious sweetness that’s released when the nugs are broken apart. The Black buds have medium-sized dense grape-shaped insanely dark purple nugs with black leaves, purple hairs, and a frosty thick coating of purple crystal trichomes and sweet sticky resin.

Black Domina is an indica marijuana strain made by crossing Northern Lights, Ortega, Hash Plant, and Afghani. This melting pot of a strain delivers effects that are relaxing and sedating. Black Domina features a spicy pepper aroma and flavor. Medical marijuana patients choose this strain to help relieve symptoms associated with insomnia. Growers say Black Dominan has a rapid flowering time and produces buds that are coated in trichome crystals.

About The Black

A strain that was listed as one of the Top 10 Strains of 2008 by the High Times, The Black is a mostly-Indica hybrid whose name comes from the way in which it’s leaves turn a real dark purple, and in some cases black, as plants reach maturity.

BC Bud Depot, the inventor of this strain, does not list what specifically went into the creation of this hybrid but they do list the strain as only ten percent Sativa (thus mostly Indica). They state that the Indica has been around since the late 1980s on Vancouver Island and in California. The Black is a potent classical Indica, a knockout strain that should be regulated for night time use.

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Not a creeper, this strain settles into the body and begins to soothe aches and pains of any severity almost instantaneously. These narcotic-like effects can cause users to quickly drift off into a deep slumber, great for treating insomnia. It may also help with glaucoma, inflammation and migraines.

This strain will show its true color when grown in hyrdoponics or outdoors, but it can also be grown in soil. A heavy yielding Indica, it stays short and loves nutrients. To reach harvest The Black will need eight to ten weeks to finish flowering. Outside it is ready mid-October.

Broad Leaf Black is a mostly indica variety from True Canna Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days) and outdoors. True Canna Genetics’ Broad Leaf Black is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

True Canna Genetics’ Broad Leaf Black Description

True Canna Genetics in association with OCD Labs Broad Leaf Black is a vintage Black Domina combined with the elite genetics of SPV OG Kush and Chemdog D to create broad leaf Indica dominant plant with heavy narcotic properties and couchlock that is sure to test even the highest tolerance.
Kushy lemon flavours blend with rotten meat funk and musky sour overtones that are apparent even in seedlings. So stinky that carbon filters will be essential to combat the incredible aroma they give off.

Strong plants and great branching make an ideal strain for tipping and training to maximise yield. Incredibly dense buds that cover the plant from top to bottom and heavy trichome coverage will impress and make her a garden favourite. Superb sleep aid and muscle relaxant. According to the breeder, a deal was made with a Canadian seed bank that later claimed The Black as its own. While purple phenos had been bred out by Deep Ellum earlier on during the development phase, the backcrosses from stabilizing this strain caused the trait to re-emerge and ultimately embraced by the original creators. The dark foliage and underground history of all the parents led to the name. According to the Canadian seed bank BC Bud Depot, The Black has a unique, sweet flavor profile.

Type of High

The Black marijuana induces mild cerebral euphoria followed by deep relaxation and sedation. Uplifts mood and relieves stress. Helps with nausea, pain and muscle spasms. Promotes laziness and sleep. May cause cotton mouth.

Origins of The Black Strain

While many other strains have a colorful history that adds to their appeal, The Black’s lineage is shrouded in mystery. Very little is known about its parentage, and in fact, any assumptions of the strains that came together to form its distinct genetics remain to be completely based off of assumptions. What we do know however is that the strain has been around since the 70’s or 80’s, having first appeared on the hemp scene in California before appearing in Canada.

The Black was bred by BC Bud Depot, and has since achieved hemp market success because of its distinct appearance. Needless to say, many farmers in search of ways to amp up their own cultivation’s genetics have turned to The Black because of its unquie aesthetic. Since having been introduced into the market, The Black has become the parent of quite a few other popular herbs, including Black Velvet and Black Out.

Aroma and Appearance

First things first – The Black doesn’t really let its onlookers turn away. With its intense, deep, dark colors, this herb demands and commands the attention of buyers, no matter where it sits on the dispensary’s shelf. Its rich depth of saturated purple and blue can definitely make it look like a stand-out choice among others in a line-up, and that’s ultimately the reason why so many people have given the herb a try.

And as you ask the budtender to take the jar down and break open the lid, the sweet aroma of flowers comes wafting out of the container. The delicate nectarine aroma blends together with hints of herb and tea, working its way into your nostrils as it rises through the air. Interestingly, for as dramatic and in-your-face as The Black’s appearance might be, it’s not entirely as strong in terms of aroma.

If anything, the fragrance can be described as delicate and mild. In many ways, you might not actually be able to detect too much of a scent if your snout isn’t too experienced with hounding out the aroma of the cannabis herb. Nonetheless, the delicate smell can be particularly pleasing to a well trained set of nostrils.

Experience and Effects

The sweet, subtle flavor is perfectly mirrored in the smoke experience. In fact, the taste of the herb doesn’t really stray too far from the scent, save for the addition of a little tinge of gasoline. The burning of the leaves sparks a slight diesel taste, which actually works well to contrast the sweetness of the herb. The addition of the bitterness really makes the nectarine goodness pop, allowing a stronger honey flavor to pierce through, making it easier for less experienced users to really appreciate the taste.

The smoke itself is relatively thin, swiftly moving through the throat and into the lungs with very little abrasion. Combined with the taste, it’s easy to see how even a low tolerance user might find The Black to be particularly pleasant to use. The effects on the other hand, might be better off for those who know what they’re getting into. As a solid indica strain, The Black can be a very powerful subduing strain that might feel a little overwhelming for the unknowing user.

Imbuing both mind and body with a potent sense of calm, The Black overrides all of the propensities and puts them in submission. This results to a strong couchlock that can keep you glued to your seat for hours on end. And although it will leave some of your faculties in order – especially your cognitive functions – the overpowering sense of tranquility might not make you feel too motivated to dwell on thoughts for too long.

Black and white marijuana

Black and white marijuana

Black & White is a mostly sativa variety from Norden Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days) and outdoors. Norden Seeds’ Black & White is a THC dominant variety and is/was only available as feminized seeds.

Norden Seeds’ Black & White Description

The Black & White is one of the first varieties developed by Norden Seeds and for this strain we have used genetics from a short and really potent Super Skunk, as might be revealed by its name. Black & White has now been sold for many years and many growers have tried this variety and been really happy with it. This means that the genetics of Black & White has successfully been tested for a long period of time.

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Black & White is a little faster plant to flower with a strong aroma of the usual weed smell. The high is strong and heavily stone, 50/50 on the head and body. Sativa/Indica (~65/35).

We recommend growing this strain indoor, for outdoor growing we advise you not to grow them in colder climates than the climate of the Netherlands.

Dark vs white cannabis seeds germination

In the video below you can see a germination comparison. On the left hand side, you can see 9 white Think Different autoflowering seeds. On the right hand side there are 9 dark coloured Think Different seeds.

The autoflower seeds all came from the same batch, meaning that they were produced from the same parent genetics under the same conditions. Seeds were chosen simply on the basis of their appearance. 9 white cannabis seeds and 9 dark coloured Think Different seeds were selected. They were planted in moist (but never soaked) soil and a time lapse video was made.

Note that the white cannabis seeds on the left hand side were the first seeds to germinate, with 8 out of 9 seeds sprouting pretty quickly. In the end all 9 seeds germinated on both sides, which was a 100% score. In terms of white seeds vs dark seeds (cannabis), there was no difference in the germination rates.

Does the colour of your cannabis seeds really matter?

The time lapse video shows that the colour of your cannabis seeds doesn’t have any impact on their germination rates. The colour of the shell casing is simply not an indication of the type of genetics contained inside. Nor is the colour or appearance of the exterior of the cannabis seed a good indicator of any other property, such as the future plant sex, size or potency. Only the genetic material inside the cannabis seed really determines the types of result that you can expect.

Black cannabis seeds germination test results

The dark cannabis seeds (on the right hand side in the video) showed the same germination rate as the white cannabis seeds (left hand side). However, the white cannabis seeds appeared to germinate a little bit faster than the dark cannabis seeds.

White cannabis seeds germination test results

Can white cannabis seeds germinate? One curious result from the white vs dark seeds cannabis video was that the white cannabis seeds appeared to germinate slightly faster than the dark cannabis seeds. This is interesting, since the seeds all contain the same Think Different autoflowering genetics from a recent cannabis seed batch.

One suggestion is that the white cannabis seeds may have a slightly softer shell, allowing the white cannabis seeds a slightly faster germination. The experiment was repeated twice more. On each occasion, the seed germination rates were the same, but the white seeds tended to germinate faster.

Why are some cannabis seeds white and some black?

Even cannabis seeds produced from the same branch of a plant can have quite different appearances. Size, as well as shape and colour can vary. Some cannabis strains can produce seeds that have certain appearance characteristics. White Widow seeds, for example, can often be very small and pale. Frisian Dew seeds can have a slightly grey colour.

black and white weed pictures

There have been many theories about how the size, shape and colour of cannabis seeds can affect the plants which they eventually produce. In reality, it’s the cannabis genetics inside the seed case which really determines the results that you can expect. The shell of the seed and the markings on it are purely cosmetic and don’t give any clues to the results you can expect.

In the years before Dutch Passion invented feminised cannabis seeds, people would often try to predict which seeds would produce female plants. Of course, this was impossible. But it didn’t stop people going to great lengths, even measuring the weight of individual seeds in an attempt to derive some knowledge from the seeds physical appearance/size.

Is the colour of seeds a cosmetic difference only?

Some dark cannabis seeds have black lines on them (tiger prints), giving them a distinctive appearance. Other seeds have no significant patterns or markings on them at all. Dark black cannabis seeds can be occasionally seen.

You may also see light vs dark cannabis seeds produced from the same plant. But it’s important to note that cosmetic differences between the seed casing is not a factor which defines how the cannabis seeds grow or germinate.

The genetic material in the soft plant tissue inside the seeds is what really determines the type, size, sex and potency of the cannabis you will eventually grow. These genetics, along with the environment you provide, will control the terpenes, cannabinoids, yield and potency of your eventual cannabis harvest.

Why are some cannabis seeds white and some black? It’s just the way that nature has evolved. Seeds from all kinds of plants and trees show similar variations in their appearance.

What should you look out for in a cannabis seed?

Rather than looking at the appearance of a cannabis seed, you should focus more on the quality of breeding which has gone into the seed. Some growers think that only the largest, tiger-striped cannabis seeds will go on to produce the best plants. Yet some strains will never produce seeds like that.

Time spent researching your cannabis seeds and cannabis seed supplier is time wisely spent. Look for a seed supplier with a good track record in cannabis breeding. Preferably look for a cannabis seed supplier that has been around for a long time with a few cannabis cups and plenty of online reference grows for you to check out before you spend your cash.

Knowing whether you prefer e.g. a Kush, a THC rich vs CBD rich strain, a fruity strain or a Skunk strain is a good place to start. If the array of cannabis seed choices can seem overwhelming, the following article may help you select the best strain for you.

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The Black

The Black is a strong 90% indica bred by BC Bud Depot. This strain dates back to the late 1980’s, originating in California and on Vancouver Island in Canada. As characteristic of many indicas, this strain is optimally used for pain relief and as a sleeping aid. The Black was named after its unique growering characteristics: frosty leaves turn from a dark purple to black during flowering, reaching maturity between 8 to 10 weeks.

What is Black Cannabis?

The answer to ‘what is black cannabis?’ can be found by delving into the origin of all marijuana plants.

Why the fuck is my weed black? The simple answer is that it is cannabis plants that have turned black or dark purple. You might have heard of such strains in stores or on the street, or you might even be a grower yourself who was startled and surprised to watch your once vibrant green plants get darker and darker. Why does this happen and what does it mean? Don’t be alarmed, it’s perfectly natural. It might even be better for you. In order to understand why black cannabis happens and what it means, we need to start with the origin of all cannabis plants.

Genetics of color

Environmental conditions and genetics interact with one another to regulate color. Cool climates stimulate your plants to create more anthocyanin, yet some strains are better able to create this compound than others. For example, certain strains like Black produce deep purple, nearly black leaves and buds, in almost any environment.

The theory is that this particular strain has a recessive phenotype that allows it to better convert glucose into anthocyanins. Hybrids from the Black strain can generate a wide range of colors, from purple to reddish and even white. For offspring to remain black, they would need to inherit a recessive gene from each parent plant.

The Origin of Cannabis

The most commonly cultivated type of cannabis is Cannabis sativa and its subspecies, Cannabis sativa L. The latter is more often referred to as hemp because of its lack of psychoactive properties. Because of the early start of cultivation, many very different breeds of cannabis plants are out there, but whether they are classified as different species is a matter of individual opinion since they can all hybridize quite readily and easily. Most are simply defined by the amount of psychoactive compound and the height of the plant, with taller strains of cannabis deriving from warmer climates and shorter ones from colder climates; However, the conditions in which each individual plant is grown greatly affects the outcome. This is an important fact to remember in the understanding of where black cannabis comes from.

The Origin of Black Cannabis

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Nearly all cannabis plants that are grown in warm climates are bright green. Yet when these same breeds of cannabis plants are grown in cold climates, some of them start to show darker colors. Not all of them, mind you, just a few of them. When two of these darker plants are bred together, their offspring will be even darker as long as they are also kept and grown in a cold environment. Some also become darker when experiencing draught or adverse soil conditions. This sort of pattern is a clear signal that it has to do with genetics. The rarity of the trait indicates that it is recessive.

The mathematics behind the genetics of black cannabis are not fully understood yet. However, the fact that the plants that do possess the genes that enable them to become darker under extremes invariably do so indicates that it is beneficial to them in some way.

But why only produce such coloration in the cold, what could be the benefit, and how does it get produced in the first place? The answer to all of these questions has to do with a compound called anthocyanin.

Anthocyanins and How They Work

Anthocyanins are of the flavonoid group of the phytochemicals. Despite the similarity of their name to cyanide, they are actually very good for human health and nutrition. Think of the colors of blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and grapes and you have the idea of what anthocyanins bring to the plants they are in. They are a strong pigment, giving the plant that produces them its dark, rich hue. The more anthocyanin that is produced, the darker the color the plant or berry will be. They are almost invariably produced by the plant as a response to stress, either chemical or temperature. Ever heard that berries taste better after being frozen? That would be the anthocyanins. The same things anthocyanins bring to berries and wine, they bring to black cannabis.

Some of the proposed health benefits of anthocyanins to humans include:

  • Improved visual acuity
  • Cancer prevention due to inhibition of tumor growth
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Anti-oxidation
  • Increased neural function

This all sounds great for people, but what do they do for the plant? The fact that their production is most often triggered by colder climes is a clue. Anthocyanins are natural antifreeze. They help the plant retain water when cold weather would otherwise draw the water out of them, forming ice crystals on the outside of the plant. This also explains why draught is a trigger for anthocyanin production. They also allow the plant to absorb blue and green wave lengths, allowing them to take advantage of low light levels. That’s pretty handy in northern climates. When the weather is warm and conditions are great, there is no need for production of an antifreezing agent or water retention and so the plants become lighter in color or greener and taller.

The Interesting Effect of pH

In addition to the effect of temperature and water levels on coloration of cannabis plants, pH also plays a big role. All cannabis plants prefer soil that is slightly acidic for their optimum growing potential. Interestingly, increasing the pH leads to greater amounts of reddish colors. The more neutral, the more blue coloration will be expressed. An in-between acidity will create purple. Just think about that for a second. Why limit yourself to just green or black cannabis? One could theoretically create a veritable rainbow of cannabis plants simply through slight alterations in soil pH levels. How cool is that?

With all these colors, it makes one wonder if there is any difference between them as far as potency, flavor, and content.

Color’s Effects on the Use and Potency

It is often considered, among those who enjoy the recreational application of the psychoactive effects of cannabis, that the black or darker varieties tend to be stronger. This perception actually has more to do with selective breeding than any inherent increases in psychoactive effects from the pigment. That is, many of those strains that have been singled out for their darker color have also been selectively bred for their higher potency. It’s a case of correlation not indicating causation. The real cause of the psychoactive potency has to do with the levels of a compound called tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. The more THC present in the buds of the plant, the greater the psychoactive potency. Hemp is the strain of cannabis that was selectively bred for its lower levels of THC and better application in the production of fibers and other material rather than consumption. Other strains have been selectively bred for greater amounts of THC. The color of the plant seems to have been mostly just a secondary characteristic that largely went unnoticed by most growers in warmer climates.

Even though there is no correlation between color and THC levels, there is no denying the causation of health benefits from higher amounts of anthocyanins. The color of black cannabis can still be an incentive for buying. A successful supplier always knows how to get the buyer’s attention. Richer, darker hues in black, purple, and blue are often considered indicators of richer, more robust flavor due to their association with fruits and berries. How many times have you been reminded of the importance of “tasting the rainbow”? And if, along with the health benefits, the psychedelic potency is also stronger, then you’ve just increased your selling points tenfold.

Black cannabis strains

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The following strains are known to express black characteristics:

  • The Black
  • Vietnamese Black
  • Black Domina
  • Black Diesel
  • Black Widow
  • Black Jack
  • Black Mamba

So, looking to create black cannabis? Start with a strain known to produce black phenotypes. Put it under intense light and keep the growing environment nice and cool. Make sure your pH is closer to neutral while still in the optimal pH for cannabis cultivation. Do not overwater.

To keep the black going, avoid hybridization with a non-black strain. Your plants will likely begin to express their color during flowering as the herb ages.

Truth Strain

Truth Strain

The Truth by True Canna Genetics is a rare indica-dominant strain that crosses Triangle Kush with a SFV OG and a backcrossed Chemdawg hybrid. Its heavy painkilling properties are accented by an earthy, spicy aroma characteristic of Kush varieties. The Truth is a colorful high-yielding strain that flowers in 63 days indoors or in early October for outdoor gardens.

What Is The Truth Strain?

It is a sativa-leaning hybrid that’s a cross of SFV OGChemdawg, and Triangle Kush, a descendent of the legendary OG Kush. It is worth noting that Triangle Kush is a clone-only strain. True Canna Genetics created The Truth, which is arguably the closest thing you’ll find to the incredible OG Kush weed that was available a few decades ago.

It is worth using this strain if you have an urgent task to complete or if a deadline is approaching fast.

About The Truth

The Truth will set you free. No, seriously. This is an incredibly relaxing high bred by True Canna Genetics that will have you putting stress, pain, and depression behind you, even if only for a few hours at a time. So in this case, The Truth really does set you free!

By crossing Chemdawg and Super Skunk, or in some cases Triangle Kush, SFV, and backcrossed with Chemdawg, breeders have gifted the world with an utterly charming bud that boasts flavors so intense it’ll leave you wondering if you love it or hate it. For some the pungent flavors prove to be too much, however, for those that love Kush and Skunk strains, you are in luck. The Truth is heavy on both of those typically strong flavors of skunk and diesel with spicy aromas that cut the earthiness of the taste. The buds are colorful and bright, with green tones and orange hairs indicative of the Skunk family.

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The effects are sensational, with highs and lows that come on in waves, leaving you energetic but relaxed, focused, and creative, and most of all completely at ease. The initial punch of the high is a cerebral rush that brings with it a burst of positivity and social butterfly wings. You’ll find yourself wanting to chat and share ideas. You’ll be highly focused, albeit a bit euphoric, and totally buzzed from head to toe. The come down won’t show for a few hours, so enjoy this long-lasting feeling.

You’ll quickly discover that The Truth gives you an invigorating cerebral high that makes you feel creative. The burst of energy it provides should also ensure you have the desire to get things done. It is worth using this strain if you have an urgent task to complete or if a deadline is approaching fast, and you’re all out of ideas.

Users also report feeling happy and notice a smile remaining on their faces for a long time. The body high eventually appears but is mild enough to ensure you’re never couch-locked. Novices and individuals with a low THC tolerance may find themselves getting sleepy, but only if they use a relatively large amount. If you’re looking for something to help you sleep, there are better strains for the job.

Aroma

Despite the different aromas associated with its lineage, The Truth has a relatively straightforward scent. It offers a combination of pine, earthiness, and hints of fruit. Users also find that it is a pungent strain, so exercise caution when using it. Remember, using cannabis in public places remains illegal!

Flavor

The earthiness is also apparent in its taste, along with hints of wood, spice, and berries. It is an unusual flavor mixture but is generally popular amongst users.

Appearance

Although The Truth resembles early OG Kush in some ways, it has a different aesthetic. This strain has denser buds and a higher level of trichome coverage. The brightly colored buds are pleasing to look at, and the orange pistils enhance its appearance.

The Truth Grow Info

Unfortunately, we’re unable to find a great deal of information on cultivating this strain. However, from what we have learned, it is likely that if you purchase The Truth seeds, growing them requires plenty of hard work. It is probably not the best option if you’re a novice grower. It is also probable that The Truth isn’t as resilient to pests and mold as some of the more widely-available strains on the market.

Based on its genetics, The Truth should grow reasonably well indoors or outdoors. However, if you choose to cultivate it outside, it requires a warm climate with lots of sunshine. Outdoor-grown The Truth can yield around 12 ounces a plant and is ready for harvesting by the end of October.

When cultivated indoors, The Truth produces approximately 12 ounces per square meter. As it is sativa-leaning, its flowering time is fairly long, at between 9 and 11 weeks.

THC Content – Highest Test

The Truth is a relatively potent strain with a THC content of between 18% and 22%, with 20% the average.

CBD Content – Highest Test

This strain has approximately 1% CBD. This is considered fairly high for cannabis that isn’t specifically bred to produce CBD.

Medical Benefits of The Truth Strain

The Truth is growing in prominence as a possible medical marijuana strain. The combination of high THC and a decent amount of CBD means you could try it for various reasons. The famed cerebral high of this strain helps you forget your troubles and focus on being happy. As a result, consider it if you have stress, depression, or anxiety.

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Medically, this strain is a Godsend. With a host of different uses, it’s no wonder users rave about their experiences. If you suffer from stress, depression, bipolar, or other mood disorders, this strain’s mood boosting and energetic properties will have you feeling like your best self in no time. Because it is also effective in sedation, this is a great strain to use if you struggle with chronic pain or muscle spasms.

This high yielding plant is a home grower’s dream come true. Easy to grow, bright and airy with a flowering time of only 9 weeks on average – what isn’t there to love? If you are an indoor grower and require discretion, try a smell proof system.

As with many pungent strains, you either love it or you hate it. As the poll results rush in, this one seems to be on the love it side. The positive effects far outweigh the drawbacks some find in the flavors, so if you are interested in an uplifting bud whose blissful phase lasts throughout the hours-long high, you’ve come to the right place. The Truth is a strain you can’t just love once. Like with most good things, you’ll come back for seconds.

Whiteout Strain

Whiteout Strain

Parent strains Super Silver Haze and The White were brought together to create this uplifting hybrid strain. Whiteout delivers intense euphoria paired with an alert, focused effect sure to satisfy your daytime needs. These frosty light green buds shimmer in light and will hit you with a pungenst zesty lemon aroma that would be expected of a Super Silver Haze offspring.

Strain Information

Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 19%

Whiteout is an evenly balanced hybrid (50% indica/50% sativa) strain created through crossing the vivid Super Silver Haze X The White strains. This bud is one of the frostiest on the market – each tight little nug is completely packed full of tiny bright white crystal trichomes that practically drip off of them. Bright orange hairs can be detected barely through the layers of trichomes. Whiteout has a pungent yet zesty fragrance of lemon and haze with a floral earthy effect that’s released as the nugs are broken apart. The flavor is of sweet tangy lemon and herbs with a touch of fresh earthy haze upon exhale that’s incredibly smooth and zesty. Almost immediately after exhale, you’ll feel a euphoric rush smash into your brain, pulling you up into hazy happiness that doesn’t seem to have any ceiling whatsoever. As this effect grows, you’ll feel an influx of creativity that leaves you making anything and everything that comes to mind with ease. These long-lasting effects in combination with its high 19% average THC level make Whiteout the ideal choice to treat conditions such as chronic fatigue, mood swings, depression, and stress.

About Whiteout

Bred in Mallorca, Spain from legendary parent strains, Super Silver Haze and The White, Whiteout is a 50-50 hybrid strain. It’s focusing, creative and mood-boosting effects make it ideal for use any time of day, but especially for wake and bakes. Some users have even gone so far as to replace their morning cup of joe with this strain of cannabis. Whiteout gives you a quick-acting high that will take hold within moments of the first hit. Perfect for anyone who doesn’t consider themselves a morning person, Whiteout can boost the mood of even the grumpiest riser. Some users report mind clarity effects, which lends itself well to people seeking something to help take straighten out their thoughts or quiet their mind.

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Due to the balanced nature of this strain and the mild THC content of 19%, it’s unlikely that Whiteout will produce much anxiety and paranoia in its users. Also, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a smokable cannabis strain that doesn’t come with cottonmouth and dry eyes but both of those are easily treatable with eye drops and a glass of water. If discretion is important to you, it’s best to keep this strain in a smell proof container or consider vaporizing or edibles. We say this because this strain, in particular, is especially odorous. Those who think of themselves as connoisseurs will recognize this strain’s warm scent. It comes off as citrus—namely lemon and orange—and when smoked, some might even notice floral qualities. The taste is very similar to its scent with some tropical and earthy notes to accent the citrus. Rather than spend your whole day, night or weekend stressed about the week’s woes, friend drama, or other stressors, light up a bowl of Whiteout and enjoy yourself. Aside from helping your mood, Whiteout is a common medicinal strain for the treatment of common conditions such as PTSD and attention deficit disorders. While there isn’t a lot of available information on the best growth practices or seed availability of this strain, some conjectures can be made from what is known about the parent strains. As a 50-50 hybrid, Whiteout tends to stay compact. Its small size makes it a strong candidate for indoor grow operations and other small spaces. Like most cannabis plants, yields are most bountiful when growing conditions, such as light, humidity, and temperature have been carefully regulated. Though Whiteout isn’t the highest-yielding plant available, it’s a sturdy plant with strong stems and branches that are well-suited to support dense buds. Buds of the Whiteout Plant will be tightly packed when grown properly and sprinkled with a fine resinous dusting of white powder. The leaves will appear light green underneath this dusting and there will be a strong contrast of orange hairs throughout. In most cases, the Whiteout plant will produce 12 to 14 ounces per square meter when grown indoors and on the higher end of that range when grown outdoors.

Typical Effects

Upon the first hit, the Whiteout high takes effect. The cerebral rush smashes right into you, hitting first in your head then making its way slowly down your spine and into your core. The warming sensation fills you from limb to limb, kicking you into a euphoric state and easing down your mind and body. The creative energy starts to flow and focus begins to sharpen. As your motivation rides high, now would be the best time to zip through your to-do list or begin an art project you’ve been meaning to get to.

As this is a relatively energetic strain, you’ll find it’s suited well for those who struggle with mood disorders such as depression, stress, and mild cases of bipolar or borderline personality disorder. Fatigue and generalized sleep issues that cause next day drowsiness (for example, restless leg syndrome) can greatly benefit from this strain. Because of its ability to add energy to your day, you’ll find that you are uplifted and alert through the waking hours and very ready for sleep by nightfall. The mild sedative in the strain is also good for pain and cramping.

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Whiteout is a fairly easy plant to get going, though you’ll want to keep greenhouse environments for it to flourish. Whether that is indoors or out, you’ll want a steady climate for best results. The flowering time of this non-feminized strain is around 9 weeks and will produce an above average yield in the right conditions. It is recommended for intermediate growers.

The influx of creativity that this strain provides is perfect for artists, musicians, or even professionals hoping to get over a slump. The hazy bliss makes this any time strain a real mood booster, so whether you are reaching for it as an afternoon delight or an evening wind down, you’ll find it has everything you need.

Can weed be white

Can weed be white

What is Albinism in Plants?

Albinism is a condition classified as the loss of pigmentation. In plants, however, this could be detrimental to a plant’s survival, as a lack of pigmentation means a lack of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a special pigment in plants that absorbs ultraviolet rays from the sun, and is what causes plants to be green in color. It’s an active player in photosynthesis, so without chlorophyll, plants have no way of absorbing sunlight and receiving proper nutrients.

Although many photos can be found on the Internet of albino cannabis and white weed strains, the survival of an albino marijuana plant is most likely a myth. Without a sufficient amount of chlorophyll, it’s unlikely that an albino plant could live long enough to produce buds of any sort. Albinism in cannabis is, essentially, a genetic defect that will hinder the growth of your plant. Even if an albino cannabis plant could survive and produce flowers, the buds in question would have very low THC due to the lack of nutrients it received during its growth.

White Cannabis: How is it Possible?

White cannabis does not always occur because of a genetic trait like albinism. Instead, it can occur due to many other factors such as light bleach, powdery mildew, or as a side-effect of cross-breeding strains.

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If you notice parts of your cannabis plant turning shades of white, this could be due to light bleach. Light bleach occurs when your plants are overexposed to direct, constant light at high temperatures. This discoloration is most likely to occur on top branches, leaves and buds, since these are the parts of the plant likely to have longer exposure to direct, artificial light. Light bleach very rarely occurs with outdoor plants and is typically only a symptom of indoor growth. Learn how to deal with light burn in our article on the topic.

Sometimes, your so-called albino weed could be due not to albinism, but rather to something more deadly to your plant such as powdery mildew. If your plants have no genetic defects to your knowledge but are producing all-white weed, they could be infected with a fungus that’s very unhealthy to smoke and deadly to the survival of your plants. You can tell it’s powdery mildew from the unpleasant smell and its powder-like appearance on the buds, stems and leaves.

White Strains

There are many strains of cannabis that are bred to grow white weed buds. These strains are not carriers of the albinism trait, but are bred to have prominent white-colored crystals of resin form on their surface. The most famous white weed strain is probably White Widow, a cross between a Brazilian Sativa and an Indian Indica, and which is characterized by its all-white weed buds and prominent crystallization.

Albino Weed? Think Again

Next time you come across some all-white weed, you might need to think twice before you decide to consume it. There are a variety of reasons why weed can appear white in color, with albinism being the most interesting but rarest of them all. So, unless your weed has been purposefully bred to appear white in color, you might want to steer clear and stick to the good ol’ green stuff.

Albinism in cannabis plants

Pure white cannabis plants do exist and emerge from time to time. However, this isn’t exactly the result of a successful and accurate breeding project, and it certainly isn’t intentional (most of the time). Pure, bright white cannabis plants are actually the result of albinism. Much like in animals, albinism can also occur in plants and is the result of a lack of pigmentation.

The pigment that usually makes cannabis leaves and flowers green is known as chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is an absolutely vital component in the life of plants as it plays a major role in the process of photosynthesis.

Photosynthesis is the process of converting light into sugars in order for plants to survive and thrive. The chlorophyll present within cannabis leaves is used to absorb the light in the first place.

So, although the white appearance of albino cannabis plants might look spectacular and impressive, it’s actually a massive genetic disadvantage. The pure white aesthetic is a sign of a huge lack of chlorophyll, meaning that albino plants are almost incapable of carrying out the process of photosynthesis and therefore cannot generate the energy they need in order to survive and reproduce.

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Busting myths

Some cannabis enthusiasts state the argument that albino cannabis plants don’t actually exist, and that all photographic evidence of this phenomenon is either false, or depicts other conditions instead of albinism.

This argument is in some ways reasonable, after all, how can a plant that is unable to carry out photosynthesis going to survive long enough to reach a respectable size?

Some of the sceptics out there believe that cannabis albinism isn’t albinism at all, and is simply a case of chlorosis. Chlorosis is a condition that can set-in due to a lack of nutrients in the soil. However, true albinism is a condition in which very little chlorophyll is produced from the get-go.

It is highly unlikely for a fully-albino cannabis plant to reach maturity for obvious reasons. However, partial albino plants, known as variegated plants, feature only slight albinism. These only have specific patches of white leaves and buds that are void of the green pigment. The rest of the plant is indeed green, loaded with chlorophyll, and able to photosynthesise.

The causes of albinism in cannabis

Albinism can have numerous causes. Both environmental and genetic factors may play a role. Environmental conditions such as growing media, light, and temperature can all contribute to plant albinism.

However, genetic factors are reported to play a much more fundamental role in the rare condition. Albinism has been shown to be a recessive trait, with the pigment defect probably caused by incompatibilities between nuclear and chloroplast genomes.

Hybridisation is also believed to be a major cause of albinism. Cannabis growers and breeders sometimes backcross strains in order to tease out desired recessive traits that specific strains posses. In doing so, this process may cause albino traits to express themselves.

False albinism

Just because a cannabis plant starts to display a white aesthetic does not mean it is expressing albino traits. For example, plants can start to turn shades of white due to bleaching caused by lighting.

Sometimes, when the top buds and leaves of a tall cannabis plant get too close to the light source due to explosive growth, the intensity of the light may become too much. This occurrence can end up bleaching, which gives the overexposed parts of the plant a white appearance.

Albinism is ultimately a genetic fault within a cannabis plant. If you are a grower or breeder that is seeking to maximise flower output, growth speed, and strain potency, albino plants will only get in the way of productivity and progress.

However, growers who have time on their hands may want to pursue albino cannabis plants out of experimental curiosity. These plants won’t do you any favours in terms of a potent and large stash, but they will certainly contribute toward some

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White hennessy

Hennessy OG, also called “Hennessy Kush,” is a potent sativa-dominant hybrid marijuana strain. While there is little is known about the lineage of this strain, we know that Hennessy OG features three dominant terpenes: Pinene, Limonene, and Caryophyllene. This strain will make you feel uplifted and relaxed, eventually giving way to intense hunger. Hennessy OG tastes wonderfully fruity, with a citrus berry flavor that features notes of grape on the exhale. With a high THC content, medical marijuana patients choose this strain to relieve symptoms associated with depression, stress, inflammation, and pain. According to growers, Hennessy OG flowers into heart-shaped buds with light green foliage and orange hairs that appear pink from a dusting of trichomes. If you’ve smoked, dabbed, or consumed this strain before, tell us about your experience by leaving a review.

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The White is a potent hybrid marijuana strain known for having a distinct lack of odor or flavor. The White gives off a high that is usually described as providing equal body and head sensations. This mysterious strain—originally called “Triangle” and supposedly from somewhere in Florida—is aptly named. The White is covered with so many white trichomes that buds look like they were rolled in confectioner’s sugar. While it looks much like an OG in structure and certainly has the potency associated with the best OG Kush cuts, it has little of the smell or flavor found in those West Coast favorites. Those who do not enjoy the flavor and aroma of cannabis opt for this strain over more pungent varieties. Medical marijuana patients choose this strain to help relieve symptoms associated with insomnia.

Hennessy OG

This special strain of unknown origin has a wonderful fruity, citrusy scent with a berry/grape taste. The presence of limonene makes this a wonderful daytime medicine. Hennessy has a high amount of THC and also has B-caryophyllene that may make it helpful as an anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving medicine. Patients have reported using this strain to treat muscle spasm, relieve plan and to help them relax without sleepiness.

About The White

The White is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain of cannabis. Also referred to as Triangle by some fans and breeders, it is unrelated to the infamous White Widow, although it shares that strain’s heavy production of trichomes. Cannabis lab Analytical 360 has measured THC levels of The White at between 25 and 30%.

Medium sized and very dense, buds of The White are notable for a distinct lack of pungency. A substantial coating of trichomes gives leaves a silvery-white appearance. Buds have a bit of earthiness when ground and burned. Smoke is very smooth and tastes of dank pine when exhaled. 

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The White’s high arrives quickly in the form of bracing cerebral energy. Even with small doses, users describe a capacity for intense focus, making this a valuable strain for treatment of ADD or ADHD. Energizing and with almost no feelings of body stone, The White is a particularly thoughtful strain, useful for general contemplation or specific problem-solving tasks. Because of The White’s potency, novice users are advised to moderate initial intake so as to avoid the potential paranoia or anxiety.

The White is a clone-only strain, meaning that in order to achieve the characteristic plant structure and cerebral high, it can only be grown via clippings from a mature plant of the same variety. As an Indica, it can be grown indoors and will begin flowering within six to seven weeks. Growers should trim any undergrowth of broad fan leaves to allow buds on the lower part of the plant to flourish. Growers may also want to allow The White’s trademark trichomes to fully coat the flowers before harvesting.

A powerhouse Indica, The White is a prime choice for daytime or nighttime use in creative settings or mindsets. Because of its mild scent and taste, it can also be used in cannabis butter or other infusions to add psychoactivity without any pungent flavor.

Strain Information

Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 80% Sativa / 20% Indica

Jack White, also known as “Jack Widow” or “White Jack” to some members of the cannabis community, is an insanely potent cross of the world-famous Jack Herer X White Widow strains. This celebrity child is a sativa dominant hybrid (80% sativa/20% indica) strain that boasts a THC level ranging from 18-28% on average. Jack White has bright neon green fluffy popcorn-shaped nugs with olive green and gold undertones as well as a spattering of fluffy rich amber and fiery orange hairs. Paying tribute to its White Widow heritage, Jack White nugs are completely caked in a thick layer of white crystal trichomes and sweet syrupy resin. These nugs have a peppery aroma with a hint of skunky citrus as well as an earthy mango taste with a pungent skunky exhale. Jack White has a predominantly sativa cerebral head high that leaves you with a high energy head buzz and a sense of focused motivation. When taken in small doses, Jack White is an ideal strain for day use, but when taken in large doses, the indica effects become apparent and leave you sedated and couch-locked. Due to these potent effects, Jack White is an ideal strain for treating conditions such as chronic stress, anxiety disorders, and insomnia.

White Widow

Among the most famous strains worldwide is White Widow, a balanced hybrid first bred in the Netherlands by Green House Seeds. A cross between a Brazilian sativa landrace and a resin-heavy South Indian indica,  White Widow has blessed every Dutch coffee shop menu since its birth in the 1990s. Its buds are white with crystal resin, warning you of the potent effects to come. A powerful burst of euphoria and energy breaks through immediately, stimulating both conversation and creativity. White Widow’s genetics have given rise to many other legends like White Russian, White Rhino, and Blue Widow. Still, many growers prefer cultivation of the original White Widow, which flowers in about 60 days indoors.

White Widow is a hybrid strain that many have been familiar with since the early 90’s. This strain has global popularity and can easily be found atop a menu at almost any Amsterdam coffee shop. The prevalence of White Widow has greatly increased due to the television show Weeds and references within the rap industry. This strain holds a pretty balanced 60:40 sativa/indica ratio ( Brazil Sativa X South Indian Indica) that leads one to a cognitive driven high with a relaxing undertone. Patients will opt for White Widow if they’re seeking a strain that allows them to unwind and relax while still maintaining a sense of mental awareness. This strain is especially good for depression, stress, pain, and PTSD. White Widow gets its name from the fact that it is literally blanketed in white crystals. Beware though, this sweet sugary smoke starts out light but expands dramatically which can lead to heavy coughing; especially if you’re a novice smoker. When it comes to smell, you can expect a citrus and peppery scent that is accompanied by a lemony aftertaste. This strain is perfect for outdoor activities like hanging out at the beach or taking a nice walk.

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Skinny mint

Thin Mint, a hybrid cross containing Durban Poison and OG Kush genetics, is a phenotype of the legendary GSC strain. Dark green and royal purple hues peek through a heavy coat of crystals, with a sweet minty smell that gives a full explanation of this strain’s name. Thin Mint calls upon the powers of its indica, sativa, and hybrid ancestors for a powerful full-body effect that gives this strain its sterling reputation. The high psychoactivity of this strain is not for novice consumers, but patients with a variety of symptoms are giving Thin Mint their seal of approval: severe pain, nausea, swelling, insomnia, and appetite loss are no match for the potency of Thin Mint.

About Thin Mint Cookies

The Thin Mint Cookies cannabis strain is a phenotype or lookalike of the famous Girl Scout Cookies strain. While not an exact hereditary replica of Girl Scouts, Thin Mint Cookies is similar in its observable characteristics. The strain became a hybrid when crossed with OG Kush and Durban Poison. An almost perfectly balanced hybrid, Thin Mint Cookies is 50 percent Sativa and 50 percent Indica.

The buds of Thin Mint Cookies smell like mint, hence the name, and taste sweet. Purple and dark green, this strain has a dense coat of crystals. As a hybrid and a copy of a legendary strain, Thin Mint marshals the forces of Indica and Sativa to give a powerfully blended potency. Thin Mint Cookie aficionados describe the sensation as both mental and physical. The body may feel sleepy and hungry, while the mind stays active and creative.

This strain is for the medically needy as it treats the pain, nausea, and appetite loss often found in serious disorders. THC content is high but CBD levels are low, making it unsuitable to calm seizure sufferers. Choose it for the sleepy effect and the waves of pain relief.

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While it also alleviates insomnia, arthritis, and stress, casual and recreational users often choose this strain due to its name recognition. In 2013, Thin Mint Cookies’ parent, Girl Scout Cookies, won 1st place for a Hybrid in the Cannabis Cup held in Denver, CO. The Thin Mint Cookie strain has placed in the top three in competitions in California and Washington.

To differentiate the strains, experts in the laboratory focus on the terpene and cannabinoid profiles because all cannabis buds produce THC. High terpene found in Thin Mint Cookies suggests its ancestry to Girl Scout Cookies, the caryophyllene, limonene, and linalool say Kush, while THCV indicates Durban Poison.

Because it is a child of famous strain, the hereditary lineage of Thin Mint Cookies is of interest. The original breeders of Girl Scout Cookies told High Times magazine that they crossed a mystery strain (F1) that they called their “secret sauce” with Durban Poison and OG Kush.

High Times’ laboratory analysis of a Girl Scout Cookie lookalike found (in percent mass): 1.16% CBG; 22.3% THC; 0.07% THCV; 0.17% linalool; 0.39% myrcene; 0.37% limonene; 0.71% caryophyllene.

A phenotype of Girl Scout Cookies, the Thin Mint Cookie cannabis strain is a lookalike with similar properties. The strain provides potent medical relief due to its sleep-inducing properties, pain relief, and nausea relief. Recreational users may appreciate it for its cerebral and creative effects.

Strain Information

Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica

THC: 20% – 28%

This is another indica-dominant strain with THC percentage of 28%. This is the winner of third place in the ‘2014 Seattle Cannabis Cup’. The buds of this plant are found to be denser and are appearing in green color with traces of purple color. There is a thick layer of crystals all over. The strain gives off a sweet and minty aroma thereby giving the complete meaning of its name. Similar to the aromas, the flavors of this strain are also found to be minty and sweet. Having got the powers of both indica and sativa strains from the ancestors, this strain is able to provide a whole body effect thereby providing the strain with the exceptional fame. As this strain is known to give higher psycho-activity, this is not advised for the beginners. Thin Mint is known to be effective for the symptoms of pain, sleep disorders, loss of appetite, nausea and swelling. This can also be taken for depression, stress, muscle spasm and tremors.

Grow information

Thin Mint is suitable to grow indoors or outdoors in warm climates, producing average-sized yields of trichome-laden colas around a nine-week flowering cycle. According to the cannabis seed bank Seedsman, Thin Mint plants can grow between 75 to 175 centimeters, or 2  1/2 to 5  3/4 feet, in height.

A true modern cannabis legend

Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies is also known as Thin Mint GSC or simply Thin Mint. She’s an incredible popular phenotype from the famous and influential strain Girl Scout Cookies (GSC).

This crossing of Durban Poison and OG Kush produces a sweet, minty, and earthy smell, thus the name. Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies is an ultra-potent indica/sativa hybrid that harnesses the power of its ancestors to induce a potent full-body effect that leaves users feeling relaxed, euphoric, and uplifted.

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Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies is a strain of moderate growing difficulty. The plant flowers for 8-9 weeks, after which you can harvest the heavy trichome-coated buds with dark green and purple hues.

Potential Positive Effects of Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies

The high psycho-activity of this strain is for experienced users who will enjoy feeling physically relaxed and hungry while their minds remain fresh, creative, and active. Users have reported feeling energized and refreshed mentally, remaining elated, positive, and enlightened even after the effects wore off.

Potential Negative Effects of Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies

Since this strain is a balanced hybrid with an average THC content of 24 percent, new users should be careful when consuming Thin Mint GSC. Too much of this strain can result in negative feelings of dizziness, anxiousness, and/or paranoia, and nobody wants to feel like that.

Lineage of Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies

Thin Mint GSC is a popular and delicious 50/50 hybrid strain that owes its lineage to Durban Poison and OG Kush. Its long-lasting effects are both mental and physical, and it’s a go-to choice for both medical and recreational users.

Thin Mint GSC is identifiable by its dark green and royal purple hues. The buds of Thin Mint GSC are layered in a dense coat of crystal-like trichomes, which adds something extra special to the already sweet and minty taste of this hybrid.

Tora Bora strain

Tora Bora strain

Tora Bora is an almost pure indica strain with powerfully heavy effects meant for high-tolerance cannabis veterans. Named after the region near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, DNA Genetics bred this 99% indica strain by combining L.A. Confidential and X18 Pure Pakistani. The result is a resin-loaded, spicy-smelling indica that can appear almost blue in its coloration. Few strains will deliver better relief for pain and insomnia, and recreational consumers will enjoy the intensity of Tora Bora as long as no plans are made to leave the house. Tora Bora finishes its vegetative cycle quickly and flowers in just a short 8 to 9 weeks indoors.

About Tora Bora

Tora Bora is a strain that’s prized for being one of the few pure indica choices out on the market these days, as X18 Pakistani and LA Confidential birthed this amazing lovechild. Bred by the geniuses at DNA Genetics, Tora Bora is a super potent strain that users love for treating medical conditions. A unique flavor profile and long-lasting high make this strain nearly perfect.

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Boasting a modest amount of THC, Tora Bora typically winds up averaging around 17% or so. While that’s not particularly intense, what is intense is the taste of this strain. Multiple notes of pine will hit your palate in ways that you didn’t think was even possible, with a light hint of berry just to brighten things up a bit.

Scents of hash and candy mix with its flavor profile to create a bud that’ll keep you coming back for more. Many users comment about Tora Bora’s appearance, as it’s so slick with resin that it almost looks oily. With a blue overtone, you’ll notice nugs have long orange pistils and oversized trichomes.

Clear your calendar before you take a hit of Tora Bora, because you might not be able to do much while you’re high. Since this strain is 100% indica, you’ll experience hard-hitting relaxation from head to toe. Many users note they feel a bit disconnected during their high, which is pleasing rather than anxiety-inducing. A buzz will wash over your body and slightly numb you as well, leaving you fairly sedated for the next few hours.

If you have chronic pain, muscle spasms, or nearly any kind of medical condition that bothers you, Tora Bora will take the edge off and then some. It’s a great sedative if you suffer from insomnia or stress, and you’ll literally feel your body melting away as you experience its high. It’s quite honestly hard to find a strain that will do a better job of pain relief than Tora Bora.

You’d think that such a powerful strain might be hard to grow, but this gal makes things easy on you. Thriving in an outside, indoor, or greenhouse environment, she just needs basic love and attention during her 8 to 9 week flowering cycle. With a subtle aroma that won’t make your neighbors suspicious, she’ll bless you with a nicely sized yield.

As long as you’re staying put for the next few hours, give Tora Bora a try. You may not get much done if she becomes your daily smoke, but used occasionally for deep relaxation and pain relief, this strain will find its way into your heart in no time.

 Strain Information

Tora Bora is a 100% pure indica hybrid strain created by breeders at the infamous Reserva Privida farms as a potent cross between the hugely popular LA Confidential X X-18 Pakistani strains. This dank bud boasts a moderate average THC level ranging from 17-22% and a combination of powerful indica effects. Tora Bora users describe the high as having an extremely hard-hitting onset that leaves you immediately relaxed in both mind and body and extremely spacey. You’ll experience significant numbing buzzy pain relief that starts in the head and neck and slowly creeps its way throughout the rest of your body. As it spreads, the high will slowly start to melt you into wherever you are sitting and will increase in sedation. Eventually, you’ll fall into a deep and peaceful sleep. Due to these effects, this bud is ideal for treating pain, insomnia, and nerve damage. Tora Bora has an aroma of earthy pungent pine and a taste of sweet crisp pine with a hint of pungent earth upon exhale. Tora Bora buds have long fluffy forest green nugs with sparse almost translucent amber hairs. These nugs are dusted with a light layer chunky oversized trichomes and sweet sticky resin.

A heavy-hitter with high yields

If you are looking for that ideal strain to relieve yourself from stress, anxiety, and pain, look no further than Tora Bora. This 99% indica-dominant plant is a product of LA Confidential and X18 Pure Pakistani, making it a powerful strain that can be used for both medical and recreational purposes.

With its strong calming and pacifying effects, Tora Bora is classified by its users as a “heavy hitter” that could deliver a potent enough kick to satisfy even the most experienced cannabis smokers out there. More interestingly, Tora Bora also renders high yields, but it is best grown indoors. Tora Bora can churn out up to 550g/m² come harvest.

Type of High

Tora Bora cannabis strain induces a typical indica high with a calming, sedative effect that will help you get to sleep at night. It is recommended for experienced users and anyone suffering from arthritis, insomnia, or inflammation.

Typically recommended for evening or nighttime use, Tora Bora comes with sedating and relaxing effects that can help users fall asleep. This strain is often given out in the medical field to those who experience insomnia and other sleep-related issues. Maybe life’s worries and stressors are keeping you up at night? Maybe the wheels in your head won’t stop turning at 3am?

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Whatever the case may be, Tora Bora can help you get a good night’s rest. When planted and harvested, Tora Bora marijuana seeds produce a fruity and earthy aroma as plants. You’ll likely notice an aftertaste of hash, pine, and spice. It almost feels like you’re drinking herbal tea right before bed.

Why do Patients Use Tora Bora?

Few strains are as potent at pain relief as Tora Bora. Though many other varieties of strong Indica’s have strong sedative effects, the restorative sleep that can be achieved with Tora Bora is legendary. It is the perfect strain for those dealing with insomnia and chronic pain. It is best consumed at night and is not good for use during the day for social or mental activity.

Medical Uses of Tora Bora

  • Pain relief
  • Insomnia
  • Stress

Side-Effects

  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth