Wolf Berry

Wolf Berry

Wolfberry cannabis strain by Wolf Genetics is an even hybrid. This balanced strain emanates smells of berries, mango, and hash, while the flavour is more peppery, dried fruit and pine trees. The plant grows lank and tall, with a stretchy essence. It is suitable for daytime and evening usage. 

About Wolfberry Strain

Wolfberry by Wolf Genetics is “a secret blend of old world genetics that delivers unique flavors and aromas,” as described by the grower. This balanced hybrid cross expresses tall, lanky stalks with fiercely resinous buds that smell of hashish, berries, and mango. Due to the stretchy nature of this plant, structural support may be needed during cultivation. The flavors expressed by the rock hard nugs of Wolfberry are a tasty melange of pine, black pepper, and dried fruit. The delicious flavors lead into Wolfberry’s intense mental high, which gradually gives way to relaxing physical effects as the buzz matures.

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Wolfberry is an indica/sativa variety from Red Scare and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Red Scares Wolfberry is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Red Scares Wolfberry Description

Goji OG (Bodhi Cut) x Howard the Monk- I let my big HTM males do their thing on this amazing Goji OG cut which smells of rich earth and eucalyptus. This is another cross still in testing but is extremely promising and will provide multiple keepers in each pack

Effects

Wolfberry marijuana induces aroused, talkative, tingly, uplifted, and energetic feeling. It may also also help relieve the following medical symptoms: depression, lack of appetite, pain, stress, and headaches. You may have dizzy, and as side effects.

Please note that the effects vary from person to person, but based on our data and data from websites such as Leafly and Hytyiva below are the most consistent effects among users.

May Help Relieve

Because of its wide variety of effects, Wolfberry weed is suitable for assisting with a number of medical ailments, conditions, and symptoms. Overall, Wolfberry is considered most suitable for helping with those who are suffering from depression, lack of appetite, and pain.

Side Effects

Unsurprisingly, the most common side effects that have been reported from Wolfberry marijuana include dizzy, , and . If you are experiencing these effects, be sure to stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids.

Type of High

Wolfberry cannabis strain’s high is intensely and devastatingly cerebral until it gives way into calming body effects as the experience continues. Users will feel chatty and possibly aroused, filling with positive tingles.

Genetics

Breeder: Wolf Genetics
Lineage: The genetic origins of Wolfberry cannabis strain are currently unknown.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Wolfberry?

The flavors of Wolfberry are sweet, tropical, berry, cherry, and strawberry. As the buzz proceeds, unwinding envelopes the body. For most users, they end up feeling elated and glad. In a party, Wolfberry can liven the gathering and get everybody agreeable, talking and snickering. It likewise makes clients feel increasingly dynamic, not at all like others, which leads to a lounge chair lock.

What are the Medical Benefits of Wolfberry?

Unfortunately, Wolfberry has a low CBD esteem. It implies that it can’t be utilized by patients experiencing seizures or epilepsy. With respect to constant torments and throbs, it might help in gentle cases. The odds are high. This is because of the cerebral impacts where clients are increasingly centered around inspiration and feeling euphoric that they overlook gentle agonies they have.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Wolfberry

One is feeling mixed up, and this is normal among new users. Feeling tipsy is impermanent and ought to be gone shortly. Another is feeling progressively on edge or jumpy. For amateurs to utilizing cannabis, the abrupt surge of cerebral high may make them stress.

How to Grow Wolfberry?

Growing Wolfberry is conceivable as seeds are accessible at Bodhi Seeds. There is likewise a decision to develop it in an open-air, indoor, or even in a greenhouse. In either condition, it ought to flourish well. Obviously, whenever developed indoor utilizing hydroponics, it further abbreviates the blooming time frame.

The Goji berry (also known as wolfberries) is the most nutritionally packed food on the planet, even in its tiny size. Thus, it is one of the most esteemed fruits of the past and regaining popularity today as a “superfruit.”  I’m actually quite obsessed with fruit—not as much as cannabis—but I’ve had the pleasure of trying of fresh Goji, along with the dried fruit (most popular), and as a flavoring in various health snacks.

The taste is of dark or ripe cherry and cranberries, but with the tart and sourness that citrus can possess without those citron qualities. This strain called Goji OG tastes simply like this exotic fruit, but with a touch of cannabis character.

Goji OG is bred by Bodhi seeds and comes from a cross of the father strain Snow Lotus and the mother strain Nepali OG. I have not heard of Snow Lotus before so I had to look it up. She ends up being  Afgooey x Block Head, again, another strain I’m not familiar with, and probably because she is anunknown strain crossed with a Sweet Tooth plant. However, evidently Block Head retains no phenotypic characteristics from Sweet Tooth.

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This all is clear to me once I fully examine the Goji OG. She looks almost identical to Afgooey (or Afghani x Maui Wowie) but a tad more frosty.The buds that wrap around the main stems, rather than on small branches, are super dense and covered with gaggles of trichomes on every surface — creating a shine of amber, yellow and silver when light refracts.

The scent of Goji OG is like that of the actual dried berry; very faint, but sweet and lingering. Aromas of what most consider “red” berries to give off are what you get with this strain. But there are also various other smells wafting around those sweet reds, such as an earthy-musty smell mostly, apparently arising from the Nepali OG. Her taste is transformed though from what you get from the scent of the actual fruit when compared to these flowers. The cherry flavors come out, but not like a sweet Bing cherry per say, but more of a ripe black cherry. This mixes in with a slight licorice taste that slowly turns earthy and musty.

Goji OG is a potent sativa dominant hybrid. I say “potent” because it gave even me a very energetic buzz — almost vibratory in the level of excitement. I’ve also had Goji OG wax, and quite bluntly, I cannot smoke it before bed if I’d like anywhere near a good nights rest. The bud itself was not as strong as the concentrate, however, it did make me feel very cerebrally lifted, talkative and spunky. In the end, I’d recommend it for for day time use, and for those who can tolerate a more sativa heavy buzz. I do not recommend it for anything you need to sit still for.

WTF cannabis

WTF cannabis

WTF by White Tygh Farms is an odd cross of CBD-dominant genetics that sprouted a THC-dominant flower. Naturally, White Tygh Farms exclaimed, “WTF!” and thus the strain was born. This cross of Harlequin, Sour Tsunami, and Cannatonic leans on recessive genetic qualities that are easy on the body while energizing the mind. Master grower Cole Fritcher had difficulty describing the aroma, but articulated its oddity and uniqueness with pride. Think Tang powder sweetened with essence of blueberries and composted earth. WTF hits mid-level in terms of potency while helping to soothe anxiety and minor physical pain. 

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WTF is classified as a Hybrid cannabis strain. WTF flavor profile is earthy, pungent, citrus, and the aroma can be sweet. WTF marijuana induces happy, relaxed, and uplifted feeling. It may help alleviate pain, depression, and stress. WTF THC level is under review. Users enjoy this strain with activities such as relaxing, watching tv. This kush has a 5 out of 5 rating, based on 7 user votes.

Strain Information

Indica Dominant Hybrid – 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

THC: 10% – 18%, CBD: 14%

WTF, also known as “WTF OG,” is a rare indica dominant hybrid strain created through a potent three-way cross of the high CBD Harlequin X Sour Tsunami X Cannatonic strains. With a 1:1 THC:CBD ratio that hits about 10-18% on average, this bud brings on a mellow, relaxing high that’s ideal for treating a wide variety of conditions. That being said, the WTF high is pretty mellow in nature, building with a happy relaxation throughout the mind and body without becoming overwhelming. You’ll feel a slight increase in energy and focus as your body settles into this state of calm, an effect which can quickly be numbed by a growing urge to take a nice long nap. Thanks to these effects and its high THC level, WTF is often chosen to treat patients suffering from conditions such as ADD/ADHD, anxiety, spinal cord injuries, depression, and inflammation, among many other conditions. WTF has a super sweet blueberry pine flavor with hints of earthy skunk as you exhale. The aroma is very earthy and pungent with a skunky sweet overtone accented by rotting berries and spices. WTF buds have rock-hard small forest green nugs with sparse amber hairs and a coating of matching crystal trichomes.

Any strain with double-digit levels of CBD is obviously incredible for medical issues, and WTF is no different. Bodily pain nearly vanishes after a few tokes, and if you suffer from inflammation, you’ll find relief like you’ve never had before. Mental concerns can also be addressed with WTF, given that your cerebral state is brought to a completely happy place. Stress, depression, and anxiety have no room to live in your mind, as this strain offers you room to breathe.

White Tygh Farms is a bit of a private breeder compared to others in Oregon, so they aren’t exactly handing out seeds left and right. Individuals who are interested in growing their own may want to consult with an experienced cultivator if they find themselves in the position to grow WTF at home, as little to no information is available on how to help her thrive.

If you live outside of the Pacific Northwest, there’s a chance that you won’t come across this strain except for in your dreams, however WTF can be found with a bit of persistence in Oregon and Washington. Ideal for a night at home when you need to get away from it all, her pungent aromas and tasty flavors will no doubt place her in your top favorites list. Enjoy some early enough in the night to get a few things done around the house, then kick your feet up and let go of the worries of the day.

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A phrase that can be used in sheer delight and utter disgust, WTF is something that we’ve all likely said a few times in our lives, if not in the past few hours. Breeders at White Tygh Farms had that same reaction after crossing Cannatonic, Sour Tsunami, and Harlequin, and thus this strain was named.

Surprisingly enough, WTF brings nearly equal amounts of THC and CBD to the party, with a 10% to 18% range that’s ideal for all users. Nugs may not be super visually appealing, as they are very small and hard with minimal pistils and some trichomes, but we promise that if you give her a chance you’ll be happy. Strong notes of blueberry, pine, spices, and earthy skunk will envelop you as you smoke, making for a great combination of sweet and savory elements.

Although WTF is an indica-dominant strain, users are often surprised at just how balanced her effects can be. Initially, you’ll sense an increase in energy that lends itself to creative endeavors with ease. Your mood will be euphoric and light without becoming overwhelming, and in some cases, you can focus on your to-do list as long as the tasks aren’t too taxing. Ultimately, you’ll be ready for a nap after a bit of time, as WTF is a slightly sedative bud.

Effects

WTF marijuana induces happy, relaxed, uplifted, euphoric, and creative feeling. It may also also help relieve the following medical symptoms: pain, depression, stress, inflammation, and insomnia. You may have dry eyes, , , and as side effects.

Please note that the effects vary from person to person, but based on our data and data from websites such as Leafly and Hytyiva below are the most consistent effects among users.

May Help Relieve

Because of its wide variety of effects, WTF weed is suitable for assisting with a number of medical ailments, conditions, and symptoms. Overall, WTF is considered most suitable for helping with those who are suffering from pain, depression, and stress.

Side Effects

Unsurprisingly, the most common side effects that have been reported from WTF marijuana include dry eyes, , and . If you are experiencing these effects, be sure to stay hydrated and drink plenty of fluids.

Type of High

WTF cannabis strain gives a relaxing physical high. It is very mellow and happy, with some energizing and focusing boosts. Eventually the calm becomes sedative and can tend to sleep.

Genetics

Breeder: Unknown. AKA: WTF OG. Strain Lineage: WTF cannabis strain comes from a cross between Harlequin, Sour Tsunami and Cannatonic strains.

XJ-13 Marijuana

XJ-13 Marijuana

XJ-13 is a hybrid marijuana strain made by crossing Jack Herer and G13 Haze. This strain is cherished for its therapeutic potency and enjoyable euphoric buzz. The effects of XJ-13 produce unencumbered cerebral effects that are perfect for stimulating creativity and conversation. As if we needed another reason to love this strain, XJ-13 consistently exhibits a strong citrus aroma accented by notes of earthy pine. Novice consumers looking for an easy, paranoia-free experience can depend on XJ-13 as a surefire way to relieve stress and mood-related symptoms.

XJ-13 is the cultivar that built THC Design and originally it was what we were known for. After a police raid in Oklahoma in 2009, our two founders, Ryan and Jairia, went on the run and fled to California, where they quickly settled in the Bay Area. That fall, Ryan and Jairia acquired a clone of XJ-13 from one of the original and most well-known medical cannabis dispensaries, Oaksterdam, and in January of 2010, THC Design had its first harvest.

We returned to Oaksterdam and they were so impressed with the quality of our XJ-13, we became one of their major suppliers. We then took it to Harborside, who also offered us the chance to be one of their exclusive growers. From there, the rest is history.

A cross between Jack Herer and G13 Haze, XJ-13 is a Sativa-dominant flower that balances high levels of THC with Terpinolene, Caryophyllene, and Ocimene terpenes, making it a great choice for daytime productivity without the raciness that is found in a lot of sativa-leaning strains.

What Is the XJ-13 Strain?

XJ-13 came into existence by crossing G13 Haze with Jack Herer, resulting in a sativa-dominant hybrid strain. The XJ-13 strain is a great example of a perfectly balanced hybrid with a 50/50 split between indica and sativa.

XJ-13 is a great choice for anyone who wants to enjoy a relaxed yet creative day. Even just a few puffs of XJ-13 is enough to leave your brain racing with creative and motivated thoughts that you just cannot wait to put into action.

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The effects of XJ-13 are almost instant, lifting your mood and flooding your body with a sudden burst of energy. The quick rush of effects causes a strong body buzz and a strong feeling of motivation.

XJ-13 is a great choice for anyone who wants to enjoy a relaxed yet creative day.

To really make the most out of XJ-13, it is best to start with a few puffs during the morning. The fast-acting effects allow you to start your day with a burst of motivation and energy, so whether you have a creative day planned or a long list of chores to work through, you are ready to go.

As the effects of XJ-13 start to wear off, you are left with a sense of calm and a feeling of physical relaxation. After a long day of motivation and productivity, the mellow end to the high is deeply rewarding. These indica-driven effects are perfect for helping you to transition into the evening.

When smoking XJ-13 in social situations, the effects you feel can be very different. Rather than feeling motivated and determined to achieve goals, you are instead left feeling extremely social and euphoric.

Aroma

XJ-13 has a powerful citrus aroma that helps to brighten your mood before the strain’s effects even have a chance to take hold. Walking into a room where XJ-13 buds have just been freshly ground, you are presented with a fresh, summery smell.

As XJ-13 smoke starts to burn, you notice an earthy pine aroma that slowly grows, filling the air and reminding you of long summer walks. The sensation of burning wood warms you from the inside, calming your body.

XJ-13 also has a subtle citrus scent to it that slowly becomes more noticeable as it continues to burn.

Flavor

XJ-13 has a pleasant flavor profile that is easy to enjoy even as a first-time smoker. The mix of sweet citrus with a slight pine flavor works perfectly together to create a mellow flavor that sets the scene for the high that is to follow.

As you take in your first breath of XJ-13’s clear, light smoke, you are filled with a fresh lemon flavor. The burst of citrus almost instantly brings your taste buds to life, allowing them to work through the slightly more subtle flavors.

As you exhale, you are left with a tangy citrus flavor in your mouth, much like you would expect from a fresh glass of lemonade.

Appearance

XJ-13 buds are a light green color with a splash of yellow giving them a sun-dried appearance. Even freshly picked buds have a dried out, almost aged look to them as a result of their naturally light coloring.

XJ-13 plants can grow extremely tall and require careful consideration before planting, especially if you are aiming for plants to blend in with the rest of your garden discreetly.

The leaves on an XJ-13 plant blend in among the rest of the plant, in keeping with the muted color scheme of the buds. Given the height of XJ-13 plants, the leaves are surprisingly short and can sometimes appear almost hidden among the rest of the plant.

XJ-13 Strain Grow Info

XJ-13 is of moderate difficulty, and while novice growers can successfully raise it, it is not generally recommended. Due to the plant’s height, XJ-13 requires regular trimming and maintenance in order for it to grow to its full potential and stay healthy.

XJ-13 plants are known for being resistant to most common garden molds, mildews, and pests. It is always worth keeping an eye on your plants, though, especially when new to growing, checking for any signs of mold.

XJ-13 plants are at their happiest when kept in a warm, dry climate. Plants can be kept both indoors and outside, depending on your local climate. If you live in a wet area or somewhere with temperamental temperatures, it is advisable that you keep XJ-13 plants indoors.

When kept indoors, XJ-13 plants can flower in as little as seven weeks, though some plants can take up to 9 weeks before being ready for harvesting.

XJ-13 plants that are kept outside are normally ready to be harvested around early October. Depending on your climate, this can vary by up to a month in either direction and is generally best judged based on how well your plants are growing.

As you would expect from such a tall plant, XJ-13 produces a large yield. Whether keeping your XJ-13 plants indoors or outside, you will not be disappointed when it is time to harvest.

THC Content – Highest Test

The XJ-13 cannabis strain is thought to have a THC content of 22%. As with most strains, the precise amount of THC present can vary slightly. XJ-13 can have lows of 20% and highs of 25% but is generally considered to be a pretty consistent strain.

Due to its predictable amount of THC, XJ-13 is considered to be one of the better strains for those who have a low THC tolerance. Having just a 5% margin of error makes it much easier to predict the effects that you will experience when smoking XJ-13.

CBD Content – Highest Test

As with its THC content, XJ-13 also has a stable and reliable CBD content with an average of 1% CBD.

While 1% might sound like a low level of CBD when comparing XJ-13 to other medical strains, it does not prevent XJ-13 from having a number of useful medical benefits.

Medical Benefits of the XJ-13 Strain

XJ-13 is a popular choice for treating stress and mood swings. The uplifting effects of XJ-13 mean that it can help to push negative and extreme emotions to the back of your mind.

Unlike many other strains that are often used for treating stress, XJ-13 does not leave you feeling sedated and unable to carry on with your day. XJ-13 actually helps to keep you motivated, filling you with a much-needed burst of energy and a desire to be productive.

The mental clarity that comes with XJ-13 can be used to help manage long term stress. The uplifting effects allow you to process stressful thoughts in a calm and logical way that does not always feel possible.

While XJ-13 is primarily useful for mood-related conditions, it can also ease chronic and temporary pain.

While XJ-13 is primarily useful for mood-related conditions, it can also ease chronic and temporary pain. Despite its low CBD content, XJ-13 has a surprising numbing effect, making it ideal for treating chronic pain during the day.

Furthermore, the almost sudden burst of energy that washes through your body when smoking XJ-13 makes it perfect for those who suffer from fatigue. Even just a few puffs in the morning can help to get you moving and feeling positive.

One of the main reasons that people choose to use XJ-13 for medicinal reasons is that it does not leave you feeling lethargic and sedated. Whether you are looking to treat pain or mood-related conditions, you are sure to be filled with motivating energy.

As is the case with almost every strain, there are a few important side effects that it is important to know about before deciding whether XJ-13 is the right strain for you. What should you be aware of when using XJ-13?

Possible Side Effects of the XJ-13 Strain

The most commonly experienced side effect when smoking XJ-13 is a dry mouth. A temporary yet annoying side effect, dry mouth can cause you to feel dehydrated and as though you have a layer of fuzz growing on the roof of your mouth. The good news is that the effects should start to disappear after a few hours, especially when drinking plenty of water.

Some people also find that XJ-13 can leave their eyes feeling dry and irritated. Dry eyes are a common side effect that has no long-term health implications and is more of a temporary annoyance. Luckily, the uplifting effects of XJ-13 are so powerful that it is difficult to feel stressed and annoyed by irritated eyes.

Much less common side effects can include anxiety and paranoia. These temporary but still potentially scary side effects are much more likely to occur when smoking XJ-13 in large quantities. Those who already suffer from anxiety and paranoia are also increasingly at risk of experiencing such effects.

Final Thoughts on the XJ-13 Strain

XJ-13 is an interesting strain managing to pack both a fun, uplifting buzz with a deep sense of motivation and energy. Whether you are looking for a little extra party energy, after a long day at work, or for a morning buzz to kick start your day, XJ-13 is sure to please.

Not only is XJ-13 great for lifting your mood and filling you with energy, but it can also be used as a medical strain. From managing pain to treating stress and mood disorders, a few puffs of XJ-13 is sure to help you through the day.

XJ-13 is an excellent example of a balanced hybrid that really does manage to do it all.

XXX G

XXX G

XXX OG, from parent strains OG Kush and XXX, is an indica that took 1st place in the 2014 Los Angeles Cannabis Cup. Its bulky, conic buds glow with a heavy, white coat of oozing trichomes, emitting earthy, pine, and lemon notes that combine for a sap-like aroma. In small doses, XXX OG induces moderately sedating effects that allow some mental clarity and physical energy. As you increase the dose, the fight against lethargy and couchlock becomes futile. This makes XXX OG an excellent remedy for sleeplessness, and severe cases of nausea and chronic pain may benefit from the potent effects of this strain. 

Strain Information

Indica Dominant Hybrid – 75% Indica / 25% Sativa

THC: 12% – 20%

Being an indica dominant strain, it has a 75:25 indica/sativa ratio. XXX OG is a cross between XXX and OG Kush. What is really interesting about the strain is that it won first position in the Los Angeles Cannabis Cup held in 2014, all for good reason. The buds are quite large and dense all the while being covered with trichomes that ooze their way through the strain. The smell is completely different from what you had imagined it to be. It is lemony, earthy with pine undertones and is quite similar to the sap-like aroma you are accustomed to. As for the taste, it is sweet, earthy and pungent at the same time. The strain offers a high unlike any other you may have encountered before. The high starts from the head, gradually overwhelming your body. You will feel euphoric and happy which is perfect for patients suffering from anxiety, depression or stress. As soon as you begin medicating with XXX OG, you will come to realize it is just as effective at relieving symptoms of muscle spasms as well. You will remain active through the effects of the high as your mind will wander places where you would not dare before.

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About XXX OG

XXX OG, also known as Tripe X OG, is an indica that’s powerful enough to knock out the likes of Vin Diesel himself. This calming, sedative strain is a cross between the rock-solid genetics of Skunk-derived XXX and the notorious OG Kush. XXX OG’s potency and its woodsy flavor profile won the strain the title of Best Indica in the 2014 High Times Cannabis Cup. Cannabis testing laboratory Analytical 360 has measured this strain’s THC content at between a modest 11% and a solid 21%.

XXX OG is immediately set apart from the pack with chunky, medium to large-sized flowers. These flowers are spherical in shape and have the dense and heavy bud structure typical of indica varieties. Leaves are a mossy green and are packed full of orange pistils. Some phenotypes of the strain also exhibit vivid streaks of purple — these purple hues come about when pigments called anthocyanins are agitated by cold weather during the growing process; this mechanism is similar in principle to the changing of foliage in autumn due to depleted chlorophyll levels. Cloudy white trichomes coat the outer and inner surfaces of the leaves, making them very difficult to break up by hand.

The influence of OG Kush in this strain’s aroma, which is more earthy than fruity. Notes of damp earth and pine predominate. Some sharp citrus tang hangs out underneath, brightening up this dank profile. When combusted, this strain gives off a surprisingly smooth smoke for an indica. On the exhale, it leaves a cloyingly sweet and slightly peppery taste that lingers on the palate.

XXX OG is a creeper of a strain, often taking several minutes before its effects are fully appreciated. The high starts off as a tingling, detected in the face and down the neck. Within minutes, the smoker’s entire body may seem to pleasantly hum with relaxation. Once adjusted to this novel physical sensation, smokers may feel compelled to recline in the closest comfortable surroundings — and indeed, you’ll want to be in your home or in a similar comfort zone as XXX OG’s relaxing undertow takes over. This thorough sedation, combined with subtle mental stimulation, can make lounging at home into a psychedelic experience. Sights and sounds can take on an amplified, more dynamic quality. Despite some uptick in thoughtfulness, however, this strain is free of the cerebral mindrace that comes with more sativa-dominant varieties. As dosage is increased, XXX OG can veer into couchlock territory, even lulling users into a deep and fulfilling sleep. For all these reasons, XXX OG is a strain that’s best enjoyed during the evening or before bed.

XXX OG is also useful for medical cannabis patients, with both physiological and psychological applications. Its powerful feelings of relaxation can blunt the troubling symptoms of mild to moderate cases of anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Its anti-inflammatory properties can also soothe chronic aches and pains and ease everyday irritations like headaches and stomach problems. XXX OG may be helpful for older patients, as it can ease the painful intraocular pressure associated with glaucoma. Finally, as mentioned, XXX OG’s undertow of physical relaxation can be of use to those who suffer from unyielding insomnia.

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No breeders have made seeds of XXX OG available for commercial sale, although prospective growers can obtain clippings of mature plants from fellow enthusiasts in order to grow genetically identical “clones.”

Once obtained, this strain can be grown indoors or out, although outdoor growing calls for a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures in the 70-degree Fahrenheit range. Growers should trim away any broad fan leaves on the short, bushy plants to ensure that light reaches any low-growing flowering nodes. Those looking to accentuate XXX OG’s purple streaks should also expose the plants to cold (but not freezing) nighttime temperatures just before flowering begins.

XXX OG is well-suited to unwinding at home before bed. Yet despite its sleepy vibe, this can also be a very social strain, facilitating easy, free-flowing conversation among friends. XXX OG’s indica potency has become valuable in crossbreeding: crossed with Tahoe Alien, it has yielded the popular Pacific Northwest strain Pink Kush.

Type of High

Tripple OG cannabis strain induces a powerful and all-consuming high that is recommended for those with expertise in indica. It packs a robust medicinal punch but is also a luscious recreational sedative to ease the daily stress of life.

Genetics

Lineage: Tripple OG cannabis strain is a cross between OG Kush and XXX cannabis strains.

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Jean Guy Strain

Jean Guy is a beautiful cannabis strain. Its buds are a combination of different hues of green covered with golden crystal trichomes. Add the strands of orange hairs wrapped around it, and these nugs elicit memories of an epic sunset.

Although the breeder House of the Great Gardener did not explicitly state it, the consensus is that it is a phenotype of the notorious White Widow. Even so, there are individuals who think it may be a cross between the phenotype and another stain. Regardless, Jean Guy did inherit many of the traits that made its parent strain a staple in the infamous coffee shops of Amsterdam for almost three decades. Indeed, the longevity is a testament to its broad acceptance by the consumers.

Jean Guy History

This iconic Canadian strain originated in Montreal, where a plant was dropped off at the Montreal Compassion Centre in the early 2000s, or so the story goes. To pay homage to the strain’s background, the members came up with what they felt was a quintessentially Québécois name: Jean Guy (Jean is pronounced like “Shawn” with a J, and Guy like “ghee”).

What is a Jean Guy?

To help you understand what a cannabis strain is, you can think of it like a breed of dog. While all dogs share similar traits, there are definitely differences among breeds (you wouldn’t confuse a Great Dane with a dachshund, for example). When it comes to different cannabis strains, this means one may have a sweet, lemony aroma, while another may boast a pungent, sour diesel-like scent. These differences have been fine-tuned by cannabis growers over many generations. Growers will choose two plants with desirable traits (for example, a strong diesel scent) and cross (or breed) those plants together, creating an offspring with a stronger expression of those desirable traits. When breeding cannabis plants, growers are often focused on the unique aroma, and taste, and potential THC and CBD content of a strain. And just like no two Great Danes are the same, strains can vary from lot to lot and grower to grower

Jean Guy Odor and Flavors

Compared to other strains, Jean Guy is among the ones deemed as pleasant. It emits a delightful sour lemony odor with a citrusy hint. A subtle scent of fuel makes it reminiscent of typical cleaning agents used in the house. Much of its fragrance carries over to its flavors, making it a delight to use.

Earlier, we mentioned how some people thought that Jean Guy might be a cross between a White Widow phenotype and an unknown strain. One reason for that could be because this hybrid and its parent do not seem to share the same fragrance and flavors.

Jean Guy Effects

Jean Guy is probably the most casual strains of all. It is the best friend and the cool guy. It is also perfect for people who want to take a break from reality and be in a zone. A place where they can be alone with their thoughts.

The strain induces an uplifting high that evokes happiness. Furthermore, it also delivers an energizing buzz that motivates users into being productive. Artists and anyone who is into designing and creating will also benefit the free-flowing ideas that come to mind. In essence, Jean Guy boosts the creative thinking.

Used in moderation, most of the users remain clear headed. On occasions when some people may have used too much, then its effects naturally becomes more intense. Hence, it is possible that aside from feeling euphoric, the creative ideas turn to random thoughts that pop in and out. The effect is of Jean Guy is not the same as mental confusion but more like the mind going on a hyper drive as it speeds through one after another idea. Some people may find themselves going into introspection.

Jean Guy Adverse Reactions

In the cannabis world, dryness of mouth and eyes is already common when smoking strains. But with Jean Guy, there are other unwanted effects to watch out for.

For instance, some people may have a mild headache or feel a little dizzy. Often, this is the result of using too much. It could also be because of intolerance or simply being new to using cannabis.

One thing, too, is that a few people may feel paranoid. While rare, it seems to manifest with people who are already having anxiety issues.

Jean Guy Experience

Jean Guy is rumored to be a Canadian offspring or phenotype of the Amsterdam classic, White Widow. White Widow is a powerhouse Hybrid known for its thick coat of glistening white crystals. This strain is a 60/40% Sativa strain that has inherited its parent’s propensity to produce THC. The highest tests of this bud have shown up to 25% THC from this bud, making this strain one psychoactive flower.

Recommended for experienced cannabis consumers, this strain provides an energetic high that is perfect a wake ‘n bake session. For novice marijuana consumers or those sensitive to THC, this strain can cause some dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety. Thoughtful and creative, Jean Guy is a strain that allows you to get things done with feelings of ease and pleasure.

Jean Guy’s effects are considered highly euphoric and cerebral. It’s not uncommon to experience some periods of introspection with this earthy, citrus bud.

Jean Guy Medical Use and Benefits

This is one of the more popular strains in the medical marijuana community today, perhaps because it offers potent pain-relief without typical sedative effects.

  • This strain is particularly popular among patients with fibromyalgia and cancer
  • Jean Guy is thought to provide pain relief without sedation, making this bud fairly popular among those looking for something energizing to get through the day
  • This strain is also popular among patients with mental health conditions, such as depression, chronic stress, and chronic fatigue

Like other strains, Jean Guy can contribute to the medical cannabis scene. The potency of the effects it delivers can certainly help with certain conditions. Furthermore, it does have an above average CBD level, which makes it a little bit more useful than many other hybrids.

Jean Guy induces the production of happy endorphins that help reduce stress levels. As a result, it should also help people deal with depression and anxiety.

Besides the psychological and behavioral issues, it can also help with pain relief. Used as such, the strain brings comfort to people who are suffering from chronic illnesses, including people who are battling fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and cancer.

A couple of possible medical benefits are a result of the effects of the strain. One is in the way it energizes the users. Hence, it helps in fighting off the effects of fatigue. Another is that it can help with improving appetite as most of its users tend to feel hungry even before its effects wear off.

Growing Jean Guy

Beginners who are looking for their first strain to cultivate may want to pass up on this one. For the plant to thrive and produce an abundant harvest, a certain level of experience is needed. Of course, that is not to say that it is impossible for a novice to grow. Granted that it is resistant to pests and molds, there is still a lot more learning curve with this particular hybrid.

Indoor, this plant has a flowering period that begins on the tenth week. Growers can expect to harvest around 350 grams of buds per square meter.


If growers have the luxury of planting this plant in the garden or the backyard, then it will thrive just as well so as long as it is in a temperate climate. The transition to its flowering stage should occur between the second and third week of October. Each plant is likely to produce at least 350 grams of buds and possibly more.

Jean Guy is a reputable source of relief for fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis and also provides relief from many cancer symptoms. Patients prone to anxiety may want to dose in moderation due to this strains high THC content. This Strain also helps you with headaches and nausea.

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Gelato #33 Strain

aka Gelato, Larry Bird, Larry Bird Kush

Gelato is a cross between Sunset Sherbet and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies, named in homage to its sweet aroma. Also known as Larry Bird, Gelato (#33) was first cultivated in Northern California’s Bay Area and is derived from a deep bank of genetics created by the Cookie Family, the Sherbinskis family, and cultivator Mario Guzman.

The cultivators parted ways following its creation, and the cultivator who possesses the most “stable version” of Gelato genetics is up for debate. Cookies cultivates a few phenotypes and descendants of the strain named Gelato #42, Dolce Gelato, and a sun-grown Gelato. Sherbinskis grows four stabilized Gelato phenotypes in its rotation as well: Gelato #41 (Bacio Gelato), Gelato #43 (Gello Gelato), Gelato #47 (Mochi Gelato), and Gelato #49 (Acai Berry Gelato). Per Sherbinskis, the #33 phenotype is no longer in cultivation.

All About Gelato #33

Just like at an actual gelato shop, you get several different varieties to choose from with the indica-dominant hybrid strain Gelato from the legendary Cookie Family.

The Cookie Fam has released several varietals of Gelato, with each assigned its own number. For this review, we went with the highest-shelf and most popular choice: Gelato #33, also known as “Larry Bird,” ironically named for the jersey number of the only NBA player who probably never smoked any weed.

There were a few other Gelato strains available at Cookies SF on my visit. Gelato #25 was the most noticeably pungent of the bunch. Gelato #41 was visibly teeming with the most orange hairs. Gelato #45 has the highest THC content, weighing in at 26.7 percent THC. All of them are sweet-smelling and potent. But Gelato #33 is the most well-known and popular, so that’s the Gelato we put to the taste test.

This strain is from the Cookie Family, so you know there will be some Girl Scout Cookie — that is, the Cookies with the infamous F1 phenotype of Durban Poison — in the mix.

Gelato #33 is a cross between OG Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookie and Sunset Sherbet, a lineage made clear by its minty-sweet aroma and impressive prevalence of orange hairs.  

Upon firing up this particular Gelato, the head high hits you immediately — like, before you’ve even exhaled. The taste is a thick, woody smoke with a refined lavender aftertaste. Right from the first puff, Gelato #33 boldly announces itself as premium, top-quality bud.

The cerebral, heady high is outlasted by a more relaxing body effect. This is, after all, an indica-dominant strain with high THC. This strain seems ideal for low-impact outdoor activities like hiking or walking, with a mind-expanding euphoria that hits quickly and allows for focus and concentration. But within 10 to 20 minutes, that head high evolves smoother and more physical body calm that remains for close to an hour.

That said, if you’re at risk for paranoia or depression, then the strong Gelato #33 might not be the best strain for you to use. The initial powerful head high is indeed conducive to concentration, but also has the potential to set you on a negative head trip if you’re not in a good space mentally.

A fun little burst of energy came with my first few puffs of Gelato #33, giving way to a more relaxing sense of rest. In that sense, the effect of this Gelato really is kind of like a sugar buzz.

Gelato 33 Appearance

 These flowers look like dense and compact tiny little boulders, all somewhat ovular and football-shaped. They’re dark green with clearly visible purpling, orange-red hairs and frosted with a coating of crystals.

Gelato 33 Aroma

Gelato 33 has a rich, grape aroma with sweet undertones that complement its overall fragrance. Crushing and combusting the buds intensifies its tanginess but also brings out an earthy floral with hints of mint.

Gelato 33 Flavor

Immediately after the first toke Gelato 33 catches the attention of users with its thick earthy smoke and floral notes. It eventually develops sweet but tangy notes from its grape overtones. Enhancing the overall experience is its minty aftertaste.

Gelato 33 Effect

 A dreamy head high upon first contact, followed by a lengthy, physically relaxing body high. The effect lasts for up to an hour, but does allow for physical functioning.

Gelato 33 Medical Applicability

The body high is useful for eliminating moderate physical pain or muscle spasms, or as a general analgesic. The strain has a relaxing feel and is useful for combating irritability.

Many users highly value this strain for its medical uses. Known to treat pains, chronic aches and alleviate stress with its powerful effects. Those suffering from headaches and migraines have been known to use it as treatment. Offering a carefree, uplifting mood and also said to offer relief from mental health issues, such as PTSD, depression and anxiety. However, repeated and excessive use is known to result in the opposite affect, causing bouts of anxiety or depression. Furthermore, its low CBD to THC ratio is also a worry for long time, consistent users. CBD typically counteracts negative affects associated with cannabis consumption, alongside helping with mental health. Once again, this is one potent strain that even experienced users struggle to tame. As such, we advise that you take it slow and enjoy yourself.

Gelato 33 Adverse reactions

There is no escaping Gelato 33’s dry spell. As such, users will have to brace for the cottonmouth and some mild irritation in the eyes. It is rarely a cause for concern, but users may want to down a tall glass of water as it tends to last for hours.

Gelato 33 Type of High

Gelato #33 cannabis strain gives a strong cerebral and body high. It starts with an euphoric boost that is uplifting, happy and focusing. Even in this euphoria, you feel very relaxed and calm.

Gelato 33 Grow Information

The strain is considered a challenge to grow, and each phenotype expresses different growth characteristics. Indoors, it produces relatively short plants with dark, magenta buds that typically mature within 8-9 weeks of entering the 12/12 flowering cycle. Outdoor growers can expect Gelato to reach maturity by mid-October in the Northern Hemisphere, and mid-March in the Southern Hemisphere.

Because its seeds aren’t commercially available, potential growers must find certified Gelato clones from Cookies to propagate it. Sherbinksis does not sell clones or seeds of its Gelato phenotypes at this time.

Gelato 33 Seeds

An auto-flowering type, Gelato seeds typically flower within 8 to 9 weeks when grown indoors. Growers can expect an above average yield for both indoor and outdoor cultivation. Harvest time is typically at the beginning to the middle of October for outdoor grows. Gelato seeds and cannabis is highly resistant to bacteria, mites, mildew, molds and more. This seems like the dream plant, offering a bountiful reward of high grade, sought-after buds. However, most of the challenge lies in growing the Gelato plant. The original cultivators have not released any information on how to properly raise these plants, becoming an industry secret. For help on where to start, this grow diary features a week by week cultivation process.

Gelato 33 Yield

On average, plants heights range from short to medium sized, offering buds with 18 to 25% THC content. However, these buds contain only 0.1% CBD, known to counteract some negative affects of THC. On the other hand, beginners shouldn’t seek strong strains like these. Of course, that won’t stop many people, so if you do decide to sample Gelato for the first time, be sure to go easy. Although highly coveted, Gelato plants are known to be difficult to grow. As mentioned previously, competent cultivators will be expecting an above average Gelato yield, whether grown indoors or outdoors. However actual amounts are often unknown, as cultivators are notorious for closely guarding their yields.

 Gelato 33 Strain Alternatives

Although Gelato 33 is a solid choice of strain, there are many other options. Whether you want something that leans more towards sativa or indica or another tasty hybrid, here are some alternative choices.

  • Girl Scout Cookies: GSC is one of the most popular and well known hybrid strains available. It’s slightly sativa-dominant with a ratio of around 60:40. But while the mentally stimulating effects are the most prominent, it can also provide soothing relaxation. It also has a nice sweet and earthy taste.
  • Purple Urkle: Purple Urkle is an indica strain that gives you strong pain-relieving effects without being too overwhelming. It also has an incredibly sweet taste with hints of grapes and berries. This is a great choice for those looking for a more relaxing strain.
  • Gorilla Glue 5: Developed by GG Strains, New Glue (GG5) is a potent cross of Sister Glue (GG1) and Original Glue (GG4). True to its name, New Glue (GG5) is known to leave its consumer “glued” to the couch in deep relaxation. With a strong diesel flavor, New Glue (GG5) delivers stupefying effects that are reported to be heavier than either parent strain, so patients looking for a good sleep aid, muscle relaxant, or pain reliever should keep this one on their radar. New Glue (GG5) grows as a branchy plant with large buds..
  • Wedding Gushers: Wedding Gushers is a marijuana strain. We’re still learning about the flavors and effects of Wedding Gushers. If you’ve smoked, dabbed or consumed this strain before, tell us about your experience by leaving a review.

Many people call this Gelato a “daytime” smoke, but I would save it for days with short to-do lists and lots of opportunities for relaxation.

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Purple Kush Strain

aka Purple Hindu Kush

Purple Kush is a potent indica strain from the West Coast of the United States. Its popularity stems from the pure bliss it can rain down on you, hence why it has become an easy go-to choice for anyone seeking a little rest and relaxation and a full night’s rest.

This pure indica is an exceptionally sweet strain. Purple Kush was created by crossing a Purple Afghani with a Hindu Kush. It reportedly originated in the Oakland area in sunny California, where this dank strain is a superstar in its own right.

Because of its royal indica roots, Purple Kush is especially effective at inducing a full bodied relaxation. Its sweet grape fragrance is iconic in the scene, and the special orange and purple bits in the flower makes for a distinctive look that is famous everywhere.

  • Effects: Aroused, Euphoric, Hungry, Sleepy, Happy, Relaxed
  • Taste: Flowery, Berry, Earthy
  • Side Effects: Dry mouth, Dry eyes, Dizzy, Paranoid, Headache
  • Helps with: Stress, Depression, Pain, Insomnia, Anxiety
  • Lineage: Hindu Kush and Purple Afghani strains

Purple Kush Effects

Purple Kush, due to its strong superstar indica parents, is a master at relaxation. This strain is uplifting and creates a warm euphoric high that can cause sleepiness in some. Purple Kush will leave you feeling happily sedated, surrounded by joyous thoughts combined with all the fuzzy feelings you can muster.

Unlike some hybrids that start off with a disorienting head high that melts into a slow sense of calm, Purple Kush eases you straight into physical relaxation. Although there may be some mental effects, they have more of a psychedelic, distorted nature than a cerebral one. Smokers may appreciate the calming effects of music or of tactile surroundings. Rather than stimulate hyperactive thoughts and sharp focus, however, this strain is more likely to bring about a state of dopey contentment. The perma-smile and heavy body stone that come with Purple Kush definitely call for nighttime enjoyment of this indica knockout.

This strain is perfect for anyone who wants to unwind and forget the worries of their days, and needs to physically and mentally let go. Purple Kush is a potent downer, and will encourage you to clear your head and succumb to a long restful sleep. Occasionally, this strain can also cause the munchies, causing some to reach for the dreaded snack drawer.

Purple Kush can produce effects that can last for hours, as is known for being extra potent, so it is best to take it easy when you first sample this strain. A little will go a long way for starters. Some users have reported feeling tripped out and like they were experiencing an out-of-body high.

Purple Kush Fragrance

You can tell this strain apart from its cousins, by its well-known pungent smell. A thoroughly fragrant bud, Purple Kush boasts of a fruity, sweet aroma, that is mixed with a distinct earthiness. It leaves a whiff in the air that reminds you of grapes soaked in rich spices.

Purple Kush’s bag appeal isn’t only limited to visuals — the buds also have a standout taste. The initial impression is similar to the odor of Afghani strains, with an earthy, almost sandalwood musk. Closer inspection brings out sweet and fruity notes of grape. When combusted, the flowers have a simultaneously fruity and hash-like odor and smoke, which can sting sinuses and bring about heavy coughing. On the exhale, smoke from Purple Kush has a sugary grape-like taste that may remind some of sweet dessert wine or purple cough syrup.

Purple Kush Flavors

Purple Kush has a very special earthiness to it. Its taste is reminiscent of sandalwood with a hint of sweet grapes, causing a sensation of flavors when smoked. Its tangy natural flavor reminds you of berries and other cold-climate fruits, making it a sweet-tasting indica that is hard to forget.

Purple Kush Adverse reactions

What makes Purple Kush a great choice for an everyday smoke, is the fact that its side effects are kept at a minimum. Sometimes a case of dizzy spells and headaches can be observed when smoking this strain.

Another adverse reaction may be a slight onslaught of paranoia, especially when you consume this potent indica in larger quantities. Among the more noticeable side effects are the cottonmouth sensation and a case of dry eyes, as Purple Kush can sometimes leave you feeling slightly dehydrated.

Purple Kush Medical Uses

  • THC: 20.0 – 23.0%
  • CBD: 0.46 – 0.69%
  • CBC: 0.38 – 0.86%
  • CBG: 0.42 – 1.83%
  • CBN: 0.06 – 0.22%
  • THCV: 0.36 – 1.31%

Because this body-numbing strain is so effective at keeping chronic pain and muscle spasms away, it has become an instant favorite in patients.

Purple Kush is a reliable choice whether you need help for a back injury or muscle tensions, due to its strong relaxing capabilities.

Purple Kush can also be effective as a medication. Its powerful sedative effects can blunt some symptoms of anxiety and depression. It can also be surprisingly effective in relieving pain — both situational, like the aches that set in after a workout, or chronic, like the nerve-related pain that comes with cancer or fibromyalgia. In large enough doses, Purple Kush is also a great way to treat entrenched insomnia. The strain’s high is said to have an average duration of 2 to 3 hours.

Purple Kush can help keep symptoms of stress at bay. It can help you clear your mind of all the heavy and complicated concerns you might be dealing with, and will put you at ease. This is why this strain is also widely recommended for the treatment of depression and anxieties.

Purple Kush may also aid in inducing a healthy appetite that may have been lost in complex chemical treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation in long suffering cancer patients. This strain can cause the munchies in everyone, which makes for a natural and side-effect-free way of helping patients gain back weight they have lost.

Growing Purple Kush

  • Flowering time: 72 – 81 Days
  • Harvest time: 89 Days
  • Yield indoor: 1 – 2 Oz/Ft² (~ 400 g/m²)
  • Yield outdoor: 2 – 3 Oz/plant (~ 550 g/plant)
  • Height indoor: 60-80
  • Height outdoor: 60-80
  • Grow difficulty: Moderate
  • Flowering type: Photoperiod

This long-lasting California Kush can be grown both indoors and outdoors and can achieve a relatively short height when fully grown. It can thrive in many different settings, but is best kept somewhere dry when outdoors.

Purple Kush is quite resilient against common threats, and it is naturally mold-resistant. Pests and parasites don’t generally choose this plant to attack, because of the bitter taste they get from its leaves.

·        Indoors

This strain grows most generously when kept indoors. Purple Kush flowers within 8 weeks indoors and can yield an average of approximately 14 ounces of bud per square meter.

·        Outdoors

When grown outdoors, make sure you keep Purple Kush away from humidity and rain. This strain is ready for harvest in mid to late September and can yield an estimated 8 ounces per plant. 

Purple Kush Similar Strains

  • Afghani Strain: Afghani is a potent indica marijuana strain. This strain delivers a deep state of relaxation and euphoria. The flavors Afghani produces are sweet and earthy. Medical marijuana patients most commonly turn to this strain to treat insomnia, pain, and stress disorders. Afghani is named after its geographic origin, where the earliest varieties of cannabis are believed to have grown. Breeders worldwide have come to treasure this strain for its heavy resin production which is passed on genetically. 
  • Afghan Kush: Afghan Kush’s roots trace back to the Hindu Kush mountain range near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. It has been perfected over centuries, making it the ultimate source for hash such as charas and the sticky black Afghani hash. White Label Seed Company, a Sensi Seeds partner from the Netherlands, made its seeds available for everyone to grow. The buds of Afghan Kush develop into massive, blunt-topped nuggets full of resin and coming in big yields. Revered for its heavy resin content and powerfully sedating effects, Afghan Kush is a top choice for anyone looking to relax after a long day.
  • Gas Mask: Gas Mask by Pacific NW Roots is a funky strain with an aroma so pungent, you might need a gas mask. Created by backcrossing a Cherry Pie and Alien Kush F2 hybrid, Gas Mask reeks of fuel with a distant note of overripe citrus. This strain was created through a collaboration with Exotic Genetix, a Pacific Northwest mainstay. Gasmask has an 8 to 9 week flowering period and a medium-sized yield for attentive growers. This pungent phenotype is known for its strong, long-lasting high, so mind your dosage. Anticipate a heavy, mind-numbing cerebral sensation that evaporates stress as it sinks into the limbs.  
  • Black Death Bubba: Black Death Bubba is an indica dominant hybrid strain. It has not onlly recreational effects, but also for its soothing head high and tranquilizing body effects which improve one’s mood. Black Death Bubba is a cross between Black Tuna and Death Bubba. The flavours of this strain are much like your average Tuna, but on steroids – wreaking of a dank, earthy gas.

Purple Kush has the special distinction of being visually striking and boldly flavored without sacrificing genetic stability — unlike many hybrids that are specifically crossbred for taste, this strain has roots that stick as closely as possible to the cannabis species’ origins in Asia. It’s no wonder the variety has spawned popular imitations like Las Vegas Purple Kush. An excellent evening smoke at the end of a long day or week, Purple Kush is uniquely mouth-watering and relaxing.

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Cookie Dough Strain

Who doesn’t love sneaking a bit of cookie dough from the bowl as mom makes her homemade goodies? With the Cookie Dough strain, you’ll be just as tempted – with its sweet and cookie-like flavor that is simply irresistible. This dessert-like strain can also induce a spacy, cerebral high and boost your energy levels thanks to it’s super high THC average of 22%.

Of all the different types of sweets and baked goods ever created, there are few that could possibly surpass the secret pleasure of cookie dough. Though uncooked and supposedly dangerous to eat, there is simply nothing better than tasting that sweet, tender ball of cookie dough, filled with uncooked chocolate chips.

Unfortunately, adults can’t often get to experience this secret pleasure of cookie dough, as that is firmly in the territory of being too childish, right?

However, there is one way to enjoy a whole myriad of different nostalgic flavors as an adult – marijuana strains. For those that want to enjoy the private, childish pleasure of cookie dough, there is a suitably named strain called Cookie Dough.

Let’s take a look at the Cookie Dough strain and evaluate whether or not it has any other merit, besides its sweet, innocent flavor.

  • Effects: Creative, Giggly, Happy, Hungry
  • Taste: Candy, Citrus, Diesel, Lemon, Lime, Nutty
  • Side Effects: Dizzy, Thirst and dry mouth, Low blood pressure
  • Helps with: ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Epilepsy, Insomnia, Loss of Appetite, PTSD, Stress
  • Flavors: Mint, Orange, Skunky, Sweet
  • Aromas: Mint, Sweet
  •  Breeder: Unknown
  • Lineage: Unknown

All About Cookie Dough

As might be expected from a strain called Cookie Dough, this strain is derived from the sweetest marijuana family there is: Girl Scout Cookies. This means that the predominant flavor profile of the strain is going to lean towards sweetness, though Cookie Dough offers a deeper layer of complexity, both in its effects and its flavor.

As a phenotype of Girl Scout Cookies, you might expect Cookie Dough to have a similar list of effects to the normally quite mild intensity of Girl Scout Cookies. However, Cookie Dough is well known for its sudden hit of intensely strong, overpowering effects, so much so that it is one of the strains that regular consumers always recommend inexperienced newbies to stay away from.

Cookie Dough is an excellent example of a perfect hybrid, as it has an equal blend of both sativa and indica in its genetics, allowing for an interesting medley of the two different types of effects.

You can expect the high from Cookie Dough to hit you very quickly, causing a sudden tension and pressure in your head, leaving you feeling slow and a bit debilitated. However, this will shortly pass, to be replaced by a strong cerebral intensity that will make you think that you have suddenly begun thinking on another plane of existence.

For those that are inexperienced with stronger strains, there is a risk of getting some uncomfortable mind race, as well as generally anxious or uncomfortable thoughts. However, as long as you remain calm and even-keeled, you should be able to weather it until the next development of this strangely elongated high.

After a period of adjustment, you can expect to begin experiencing some mild psychedelic feelings, as well as a general sensation of the impermanence of the things around you. This is backed up by a pretty strong body high that leaves you feeling buzzed and energetic. You will likely be laughing far more than you are used to, as well as enjoying music and those around you a lot more.

This is a great strain to enjoy with friends or, if you are looking for a more trippy experience, on your own while listening to profound music or watching a film. Some people even swear by taking Cookie Dough and then walking through an art gallery, so as to truly experience the range of different colors and feelings.

These effects are far more profound and significant than its parent Girl Scout Cookies, so Cookie Dough will always be a strain that you only take if you are absolutely sure you can handle it.

Cookie Dough Type of High

Cookie Dough marijuana strain induces strong body buzz. Uplifts mood, relieves anxiety and stress. Followed by sedation and sleep. Provides pain and nausea control, stimulates appetite, helps with insomnia. May cause dizziness, mouth and eye dryness.

Cookie Dough Aroma

Cookie Dough has an interesting aroma profile, redolent of cookie batter and offering a decent level of sweetness. To break up the one-note character, there are also slight hints of berries and citrusy undertones that become noticeable upon grinding the buds.

 Cookie Dough Flavor

Cookie Dough’s smoke is unexpectedly easy on the lungs and enjoyable. There’s no harsh burn or irritation no matter how hot the temperatures are.

There’s a dominant hint of berry that carries on to your tongue on the exhale. The whole flavor is sweet and intense, with citrusy notes being slightly detectable on the palate. The transition from sweet to sour flavors — and the other way round — makes for a great treat for all flavor chasers out there.

 Cookie Dough Appearance

Appearance-wise, Cookie Dough looks nothing like its culinary equivalent. In fact, this strain has a bright violet sheen caused by its unique pigment development within the plant’s structure.

Other than that, Cookie Dough resembles a typical 50/50 hybrid. The buds are bulky and clustered together in a popcorn-like shape, but the sugar leaves are somewhat fluffy, threaded through with orange pistils to catch the pollen from male plants.

 The buds are coated with a generous layer of translucent trichomes that create a shining blanket on their surface. These trichomes are indicative of the strain’s above-average potency.

Cookie Dough Growing Info

  • Flowering time: 53 – 63 Days
  • Harvest time: 69  Days
  • Yield indoor: 0 0.5 – 1 Oz/Ft² (~ 300 g/m²)
  • Yield outdoor:  1 – 2 Oz/plant (~ 400 g/plant)
  • Height indoor: 60-80
  • Height outdoor: 90 >
  • Grow difficulty: Easy
  • Flowering type: Photoperiod

The first thing to note about trying to grow your own Cookie Dough is that you are going to have a particularly hard time trying to find seeds for yourself. Due to the fact that Cookie Dough breeders haven’t yet made the seeds available online, you have to instead rely on live clippings from friends or nearby growers, all of which would make usable clones.

This has also created a bit of a secretive culture around the growing strategies behind Cookie Dough, as it seems to be a bit of a trade secret. However, thanks to its similarity to its parent strain, Girl Scout Cookies, we can safely expect that it will have a pretty similar growing style.

Able to be grown both indoors and out, Cookie Dough will typically flower in about nine to ten weeks. Like Girl Scout Cookies, it is going to be quite resilient to different temperatures – what’s more, if you really enjoy the purple hue of properly cured Cookie Dough, then make sure you expose it to colder temperatures periodically, as this allows its purple pigments to develop in place of its green chlorophyll, fully bringing out its unique coloration.

Once you harvest your Cookie Dough, make sure you cure it properly, keeping it well dried and avoiding all sources of unnecessary humidity. As this strain is so delicate, even the smallest amount of humidity can seriously damage the final product. Make sure you also keep checking it for signs of powdery mildew or any kind of mold as well.

Once you have got your Cookie Dough all harvested and processed, just what kind of THC content can you expect?

THC Content – Highest Test

As Cookie Dough is a phenotype of Girl Scout Cookies, you can expect a similar strength in its THC content. However, Cookie Dough takes it one step further, offering reported highest THC readings of 25% THC, with an average content of around 22%.

This makes Cookie Dough a potent strain, able to knock even experienced users off of their feet and out of their minds. Make sure that you don’t take too much at any one time, as this will likely cause you to practically lose your mind thanks to the massive quantities of THC.

CBD Content – Highest Test

As is almost always the case with strains that have been bred to be as high strength and filled with THC as possible, there isn’t really any decent information about the CBD content of the Cookie Dough strain.

Some reports have found that their Cookie Dough has between zero and 10% CBD, which is not exactly a helpful range of possibilities.

However, you can expect that you won’t really find any kind of CBD content in your Cookie Dough, so if you are looking for a strain with a high CBD content to treat specific conditions, you are better off looking elsewhere.

Medical Benefits of the Cookie Dough Strain

  • THC: 17.0 – 21.0%
  • CBD: 0.08 – 0.64%
  • CBC: 0.11 – 1.4%
  • CBG: 0.27 – 1.3%
  • CBN: 0.07 – 0.26%
  • THCV: 0.44 – 1.06%

As with many hybrids that boast a strong THC content, Cookie Dough is commonly used to help treat all manner of different mental issues.

Most commonly, Cookie Dough is used to dealing with recurring stress and issues arising from depression. By being able to uplift your mood and take you to a better mental state, Cookie Dough is great for getting through tough days with mental stresses, allowing you to mellow out, relax and process what is going on in your life.

Due to its high THC content, you can expect it to be generally useful for treating all kinds of different problems that are affected by THC, especially issues arising from pain or inflammation. Users of Cookie Dough are typically looking for a way to try and medicate their chronic pain or arthritis, all while also being able to enjoy the smooth, doughy taste of raw cookie dough while they imbibe.

However, all good things must necessarily come accompanied by some side effects, so what kinds of adverse reactions can you expect from Cookie Dough?

Cookie Dough Side Effects

Cookie Dough is a strain with a massive quantity of THC, so you should definitely try to avoid this strain if you are prone to feelings of deep anxiety or paranoia as a result of marijuana.

For many people, anxiety and paranoia are completely unheard of, never cropping up in their daily lives; that is until they try some marijuana that is rich in THC. Though it is difficult to predict if you are one of these unlucky people, it is best to steer clear of this strain if you have ever battled with anxiety or paranoia, especially as a result of trying different marijuana strains in the past.

Cookie Dough Similar Strains

  • Cookie Monster: Cookie Monster cannabis is claimed to be one of the best Indica-dominant hybrids. In 2014 it won the first prize in Seattle’s High Times Cannabis Cup as the best Indica of the US. Cookie Monster Strain is a child of a famous Girl Scout Cookies and OG Kush. The crossing between these two legendary strains builds an interesting combination of scents. Cookie Monster’s buds smell like mint and pine having on the background the tastes of lime, herbs, lemon and vanilla.
  • Monster Cookies: Monster Cookies is an indica-dominant hybrid that builds on some strong and flavorful genetics. This strain is a cross between the omnipresent Girl Scout Cookies and the flavorful and eye-catching Granddaddy Purple. This background gives the flowers a relaxing high and a complex, fruity taste. Although it’s known to be a potent variety, cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 has found Monster Cookies to have a modest range of 10% to 15% THC composition.
  • Sour Kush: Sour Kush is a cross between OG Kush and Sour Diesel. It is a hybrid cannabis strain, featuring both Indica and Sativa effects, although it is Indica dominant. This relaxing blend will leave users feeling relaxed and euphoric, with an enjoyable boost in overall happiness. THC content of Sour Kush is around 20% to 22%. While this can be a great strain to wake and bake with, it’s advisable to be wary of dosing to high and becoming lazy and couch locked in the process. You may also find yourself frequenting the kitchen as well, rummaging through the fridge in search of snacks.
  • OG Kush: OG Kush is a legendary strain with a name that has recognition even outside of the cannabis world. Despite its fame, though, its exact origins remain a mystery. Some claim that it’s a cross between staple Chemdawg and a hardy Hindu Kush landrace. It’s also possible that OG Kush emerged from undocumented bag seed as a distinct phenotype of some other existing strain. The meaning of its name is also disputed — the “OG” has been alternately said to stand for: “original gangster,” connoting its status as an old-school building block strain; “ocean grown,” in reference to its origin along the California coast; and even “OverGrown.com,” a now-defunct website that served as a resource for countless cannabis growers.  One thing that’s not up for debate is OG Kush’s potency — its THC composition has been consistently measured at between 20% and 25%.
  • Grape Ape: Grape Ape is a tasty, memorable strain with strong indica roots. Its distinctive look and complex fruity flavor makes it an easy favorite — to say nothing of its incredibly potent body high. Grape Ape is the product of strains as different as Mendocino Purps, an award-winning Northern California crossbreed, the influential staple strain Skunk, and a legendary Afghani landrace. The combination of these nuances has yielded a bold and visually striking variety.

Finally, you can also expect the gauntlet of regular symptoms of high-strength marijuana, like dry mouth and dry eyes, but these are so commonplace that it would almost feel strange to not have to deal with them.

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Blueberry Strain

Famous breeder DJ Short is a legend in the cannabis world. His skill has given us some of the most unique strains in the world, and this herb is the most popular. Blueberry features a striking sweet berry aroma with herbal hints.

Blueberry is a cross between three landrace strains, Afghani, Purple Thai, and Thai strain. Sativa lineage in this strain stems from the Thai cultivars. However, the Afghani wins out and provides hefty indica sedation. It averages around 18 percent THC, though this number can rise to over 24 percent depending on growing conditions.

Blue in more than just name, marijuana enthusiasts will delight in the dark blue flecks of color that dot this strains pale green leaves. Like splatters from a painter’s brush, these blue tones appear when the plant has been exposed to cold temperatures at the right time, activating the anthocyanins within the leaves. Blueberry tends to be a high-yielding plant, with flowers that also feature gorgeous red and purple.

Blueberry Flower & Aroma

Flowers of this strain are small and densely-packed, as one might expect of an indica-dominant variety. The compact forest green leaves are often flecked with traces of purple and red. These latter colors develop due to high concentrations of pigments called anthocyanins in this strain’s genetics — as the plants are exposed to colder than average temperatures during the growing period, these pigments are activated, bringing out colorful hues. The leaves are coated in almost transparent trichomes, which may be harder to see than that milky or amber-colored glands covering similarly resinous strains. Nevertheless, buds of Blueberry are very sticky and may be difficult to break up by hand without the use of a grinder.

This strain’s bag appeal isn’t just limited to its eye-catching hues — when cured properly, the flowers immediately give off an aroma of fresh blueberries. This sweet and slightly tart smell bears some resemblance to the odor of the Purple Thai parent strain. Breaking open buds of Blueberry gives off some more complex scents of spice and musk, reminiscent of Afghani varieties. When buds are directly combusted, some skunkiness is evident. Smoke is surprisingly smooth for an indica, and has a sweet blueberry taste on inhale and exhale with no lingering funk.

Blueberry Appearance

When cured, buds are a forest green with occasional shades of a bluish violet that come out late in the flowering process. Blueberry’s indica heritage creates wide, clunky buds shaped like anything from a jalapeño to a baby’s fist.

Blueberry Effects

Often described as a “one hit and quit” strain, Blueberry is notably potent, even for experienced cannabis enthusiasts. Users are quickly struck with a sense of physical heaviness that may be disorienting in situations that require mobility or coordination. In relaxed settings, this physical sensation can translate into a therapeutic calmness, allowing users to unwind after a long day or week of work. The sativa genetics confer some slight mental effects, but these take the form of euphoric uplift more than of cerebral thoughtfulness; smokers may feel chatty or even giggly. In high enough doses, Blueberry will leave users heavy and couchlocked – this is not an ideal strain for productivity and is better suited to tranquil evening use.

Blueberry Medical Benefits

Appealing flavors and a great look are important, but this strain achieved legendary status by adding some potent medicinal benefits.

  • Medical marijuana patients with anxiety, depression and chronic stress, will appreciate the slight CBD content in this strain, along with the classic Indica sedation
  • The strong bodily-relaxation effects may also provide relief for muscle spasms, soreness, rigidity, and pain, including joint pain
  • As is the case with many Indicas, this strain can be an effective way to combat insomnia in larger doses

Medically speaking, Blueberry has almost narcotic properties. It is of use to those with pain conditions — both short-term pain due to injury or exercise or long-term chronic pain related to disease or nerve damage. It can also help relieve some of the troubling symptoms of stress, anxiety and PTSD, creating a physical relaxation strong enough to ease a racing, pre-occupied mind. Most notably, Blueberry can induce a deep and lasting sleep and therefore serve as an antidote to entrenched insomnia. Side effects of this strain include the typical dry mouth and red eyes. Its heaviness can also result in droopy, unfocused eyes. As noted, a little bit of Blueberry goes a long way and its high is said to last longer than average.

Blueberry Grow Info

Blueberry can be grown as a clone, if clippings are taken from mature and healthy plants. Growers can also buy seeds. Creator DJ Short has legal claim to the “ancestral and parental breeding stock and intellectual development rights” — but the nature of the cannabis market is such that DJ Short has no control over his seeds once they’ve been sold, meaning that competitors like Dutch Passion are free to experiment with Blueberry’s genetics and sell their own proprietary seeds under the same name.

A classic. My dad’s friends used to grow this shit, and I have a few times, too. DJ Short’s version, always — that’s the original. I always wondered why Blueberry hasn’t given birth to more strains — I know Blueberry Diesel and Headband are out there — because I always wanted to pair this with something like Vanilla Kush or Birthday Cake to see if we could build on the Blueberry flavor. Average flower cycle: about 60 to 65 days at most.

Blueberry can be grown indoors or outdoors, but outdoor growing demands restrictive conditions like moderate humidity and consistent daytime temperatures between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Plants are well-suited to indoor cultivation, as they grow short and bushy — rarely exceeding 3.5 feet in height — with strong lateral branching. They also have a very favorable leaf-to-bud ratio, meaning that they require minimal trimming of broad fan leaves. Growers looking to bring out the vibrant lavender to red accents in Blueberry’s leaves should artificially “shock” the plant by introducing cold temperatures late in vegetative stage, just before flowering. Plants flowers within 8 to 10 weeks when grown indoors and are ready for harvest in mid October outdoors. When mature, Blueberry has a moderate to high yield, offering about 1.5 ounces of flower per square foot of plant.

Blueberry Strain Experience

This strain first showed up on the scene in the 1970s and since has become the proud parent of many popular offshoots. Blue Dream is one of them perhaps the most well known to cannabis consumers. An award-winning Indica, this lovely lady took home a High Times Cannabis Cup award back in 2000. You can also find Blueberry listed as DJ Short’s Blueberry. 

It’s tasty, easygoing, and moderately sedative. The healthy combination of both indica and sativa landrace strains provides a unique hybrid experience. Though, the body high takes heavy predominance, which is why Blueberry is classified as an indica strain.

Overall, Blueberry offers a deep physical relaxation and a general feeling of peace and contentment. The Thai heritage provides a decent dose of mood uplift and euphoria. The effects tend to be long lasting and do not overpower the consumer, which are two excellent reasons to love this strain.

Some find Blueberry to be quite lung expensive, so watch out for a cough or two. It is also a known appetite-booster, so having some snacks on hand will make the experience even more enjoyable. It’s not uncommon to find yourself ready for bed as the effects begin to wind down. But, this strain isn’t your classic couch-locking indica. Rather, it’s a laid-back, calm, and contented flower.

While this flower has a bit of a cult following, it’s important to not underestimate its overall strength. Moderate cannabis consumers can get by with lower potency samples. Yet, experience with cannabis is recommended for flowers that reach over 20 percent THC.

Don’t be surprised if you find a goofy grin spread across your face shortly after consuming. This strain often kicks off with an upbeat, happy-go-lucky kind of high. After about a half an hour, you may find that your eyelids begin to droop and some of the blissful, euphoric sedation takes hold. While the strain might be a little on the drowsy side, it can certainly help you unwind and let out a few laughs.


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Big Smooth Strain

Are you on the lookout for a cannabis flower that is flavorful, fragrant, attractive, and potent? If so, then you ought to give Big Smooth a try. This 70% indica, 30% Sativa strain is a seasoned fit for tempering minor pains while improving moods. Boasting dessert-like flavors and aromas, it looks just as good too. This strain’s dense, furry nugs beautifully contrast against a fine layer of snowy trichomes and dark pistils. 

Exotic Genetix designed the Big Smooth weed strain by crossing Cookies and Cream with the ever-popular OG Blueberry. No wonder Big Smooth has all the right terpenes for a delicious blueberry pancake appeal! Unlike other exotic hybrids, this one also has a pretty decent kick.

Depending on the phenotype, the THC levels on this beauty can range from 20% to 26%. High THC content makes for some serious “feel-good” power — just ask the fans. The CBD levels are on the lower end. The generous cerebral high builds over time, leaving you awash with wave after wave of relaxation. The Big Smooth weed strain is a great choice for experienced users and novices alike. However, the uninitiated better stick to evening sessions. That is, assuming they don’t plan on sleeping through the day!  

  • Effects: Aroused, Creative, Giggly, Happy, Relaxing
  • Taste: Blueberry, Nutty, Pine, Sweet, Vanilla
  • Side Effects: Dizzy, Thirst and dry mouth, Low blood pressure
  • Helps with: Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Headaches, Insomnia, Mood Swings
  • Aromas: Berry, Earthy, Sweet, Vanilla, Woody
  • Lineage: OG Blueberry and Cookies and Cream

Big Smooth Strain Effects

Is the Big Smooth strain indica or sativa? This is a question many seem to ask, given its  wide-ranging effects. Sure the initial head high creeps up on you, but it brings a very smooth and uplifting feeling with it. The body high starts with a soothing effect behind the eyes and neck before spreading to extremities. What follows is an extremely relaxing feeling, both in the body and the mind. 

Users who have experienced Big Smooth’s effects before will testify to its positively uplifting and euphoric traits. Some might even feel aroused and/or giggly, but that deep sense of physical relief is ever-present. That giggly euphoria combined with mild sedation makes it a perfect strain to be enjoyed with friends later in the evening. Another sweet Indica-dominant hybrid strain with high THC levels, Candy Kush will give you a pleasant feeling of relaxation and uplifting vibes.

The solid THC levels make Big Smooth an effective medical marijuana option too. The strain’s effects on the mind prove advantageous when combating symptoms like insomnia, mood swings, or depression. Similarly, its physical relief properties melt away physical discomforts effortlessly. These include pain and inflammation, aches and spasms, and nausea. Finally, there is the strain’s unique ability to relax the body while elevating the mind. So, couples can make good use of it to spice up their sex life. 

Big Smooth Strain Fragrance 

The sweet, berry, and piney aroma is unmistakable. The marijuana flowers give off an earthy fragrance in full bloom, while more intricate piney notes start to appear once the bud is dried. When finely ground for vaping, many unique terps begin to surface. The aroma is spicy and citrus-filled with overtones of berry. 

The flavors and scent of many exotic strains follow a similar theme. Not so with this hybrid, though. Look up any user-based Big Smooth strain review, and you will find the strain’s aroma and flavor are each distinct in their profile.  

Big Smooth Strain Flavors  

“Incredibly sweet” and “creamy” are two ways that users tend to describe the flavors in their Big Smooth strain review. There is a nutty vanilla flavor on the inhale, leaving behind a rich, creamy feeling inside the mouth. 

On the exhale, the flavors start with piney notes. However, they quickly transition into relatable flavors of blueberry muffins or pancakes. 

Big Smooth Strain Adverse Reactions  

Those new to the whole marijuana experience may want to approach the Big Smooth weed strain with caution and lots of time on their hands because this one gives quite the kick. Its high tends to increase over time. Should you find yourself in such an engaging high, a cold shower should do the trick.  

Some complain of dizziness after a couple of sessions with this hybrid. If you plan to smoke some of this good stuff during the day, be sure to clear your schedule.   Other side effects after consuming Big Smooth include cottonmouth and dryness around the eyes. Keep yourself hydrated during the toking to combat any cottonmouth-like symptoms. Keep some soothing eye drops handy to deal with any irritation around the eyes. Thankfully, these symptoms are short-lived, so there is no need to worry.  

Big Smooth Medical Benefits

  • THC: 22.0 – 25.0%
  • CBD: 0.07 – 0.48%
  • CBC: 0.44 – 1.11%
  • CBG: 0.36 – 1.04%
  • CBN: 0.09 – 0.26%
  • THCV: 0.26 – 1.36%

Mental concerns can drain you of energy and leave you feeling unable to face another day of monotony, so sometimes it’s important to take a step back from your world and drift to a carefree place. Big Smooth does just that, with an ability to dissolve stress and depression easily. Bodily pain including headaches and cramps are also quelled with just a few tokes, making this bud a great one to always have in your medicine cabinet.

Impatient home growers tend to like Big Smooth for her quick maturity and high yield. After planting inside or outdoors, cultivators only have to wait between 7 and 9 weeks to be blessed with delicious smelling buds. Limited on real estate? That’s no problem because even though big is in the name, this strain grows into medium sized plants that can be managed in smaller growing spaces.

Growing Big Smooth Strain 

  • Flowering time: 56 – 63 Days
  • Harvest time: 67 Days
  • Yield indoor: 0.5 – 1 Oz/Ft² (~ 300 g/m²)
  • Yield outdoor: 1 – 2 Oz/plant (~ 400 g/plant)
  • Height indoor: 30-60
  • Height outdoor: 30-60
  • Grow difficulty: Moderate
  • Flowering type: Photoperiod

Growing these hybrid cultivars is rated moderately difficult. That said, impatient growers would certainly appreciate its quick growth cycle and high-yield attributes. The plants themselves have a lovely appearance. They grow into tall, lean structures with lots of dark-green leaves.  

Like most other exotic strains, Big Smooth trades high THC for a rich terpene profile. So, growers should expect a few quirks. For instance, you should top and train your plants early in the vegetative cycle. This practice helps the colas swell out more. Similarly, a trellis netting around the plants helps with supporting its massive flowers. While the strain is hardy, growers ought to be careful with humidity levels during the flowering cycle. Otherwise, mold and powdery mildew can occur. 

However, this strain’s appearance makes new growers wonder, is the Big Smooth strain indica or sativa? Like a true hybrid, it grows some big-sized colas, covered in a thick trichome layer. As each sticky nug splinters from the main colas, it leaves behind dense yet fluffy buds. The buds themselves showcase the strain’s vibrancy, with colors ranging from forest green to gold to minty green before further accentuated by orange pistils. The whole look contrasts nicely against the white crystalline coat of trichomes. 

Flowering 

The flowering time indoors for this strain is anywhere from 55 to 66 days, depending on the grow quality and setup. These plants grow equally well in both indoor and outdoor conditions. However, the size and quality of harvest will depend greatly on your choice of growing method. 

·        Indoors

In constrained spaces, the plants produce medium to high yields, so long as they get the right amount of light during the bloom cycle. For higher indoor yields, growers should take more care with keeping the temperature and humidity under control. 

·        Outdoors 

When cultivated outdoors, Big Smooth plants do well in warm climates. They grow big and produce high outdoor yields. The exact flowering time outdoors is not known

Chosen specifically for her effects and amazing flavor, breeders at Exotic Genetix really created a winner with Big Smooth. Newer users would be smart to approach this strain with caution and completely clear their calendar before indulging, while more experienced smokers will lover her ability to build and build for what seems like hours on end. Try this bud as an after dinner treat to help clear your mind for the coming day, or enjoy it on a lazy Saturday when you don’t have much going on. Either way, we think she’ll become one of your new favorites.