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  • Champagne Kush is a cross between Hashplant and a Kush that had been pollinated by a male Burmese plant. This strain grows short, rarely reaching above 55 centimeters, and flowers in between eight and ten weeks. Outdoors the strain is ready for harvest in mid-November. Champagne Kush can provide a medium to high yield that has been tested at a 15 percent THC level.

  • Some strains become nearly legendary for their effects, others for their rarity and some for their history. In the case of UBC Chemo, it is a little bit of all three. Providing to many a powerful Indica stone, of the sort that leaves users unable to crawl to the fridge, many believe UBC Chemo to be pure Indica. The rarity of this strain comes from the fact that it is clone only, though both Federation Seeds and BC Bud Depot have crossed the strain to release their own seed versions. As for the history, it was supposedly developed by a Dr. David Suzuki at the University of British Colombia in the late 60s to 70s. Dr. Suzuki is said to have developed it to help cancer patients with the detrimental side-effects of chemotherapy

  • Buds of Do-Si-Dos are typically small in size and adhere in small, popcorn-like clusters. Like many predominantly indica varieties, the flowers have a dense structure, with the small leaves curling tightly inward toward their central stems. What these flowers lack in size, they make up for in color. The leaves themselves are a deep shade of forest green and hold an abundance of bright orange pistils. Sometimes, the leaves also boast hints of purple, which come about when pigments called anthocyanins in the strain’s genetics are activated by cold weather during the growing process. Finally, a thick, even coat of icy white trichomes covers these buds and accounts for their psychoactivity. Unlike Girl Scout Cookies, Do-Si-Dos smells nothing like its namesake — the flowers explode with an overly sweet, almost fermented odor. Also present are some dank, earthy notes. Meanwhile, grinding up these tight buds gives off some skunkiness, providing evidence of the OG Kush in this bud’s lineage. These strong-smelling flowers can give off a harsh, acrid smoke when combusted. This smoke is said to taste simultaneously fruity and skunky on the exhale. Discreet consumers should keep in mind that Do-Si-Dos’ pungency can carry for quite a distance.

    Do-Si-Dos hits the consumer quickly with both barrels of psychoactivity — at almost the same time as they detect a tingle in the upper face, smokers may notice an uptick in cerebral functioning. Thoughts may flow in free association and can aid concentration on task-based, analytical kinds of work. This bud may also open up creative avenues and set the stage for brainstorming. A calming body high keeps this cerebral mindset from becoming too buzzy. Rather than agitation, smokers typically begin to feel progressive relaxation that spread down through the core and limbs. This sensation can be a great way to kick back and enjoy some introspective solo time with a drink or some atmospheric music. Alternatively, Do-Si-Dos’ vibe can be uniquely social, sparking conversation and some laughs when shared with like-minded friends. The strain’s combination of mental and physical stimulation makes it a good way to enhance activities that involve full-body coordination, like exercising, dancing, and in the right set and setting, sex. As the high progresses or as dosage is increased, couchlock becomes more of a possibility. Because it tends to taper down into an immobilized state of calm, Do-Si-Dos is best enjoyed during the late afternoon or early evening.

    Do-Si-Dos may also have several applications for medical cannabis patients. Its physical effects can be an analgesic for aches and pains, whether they’re temporary, as due to injury, or chronic, as due to conditions like lupus or arthritis. Furthermore, the strain’s anti-inflammatory properties may numb everyday irritations like headaches and nausea. Psychologically speaking, this bud’s calming vibes can temporarily improve the troubling symptoms of stress and depression. Because it can inspire some intense, recursive thinking in its early stages, Do-Si-Dos is not recommended for patients who are prone to panic and paranoia or who have a low tolerance for THC.

    Fortunately, seeds of Do-Si-Dos are available for sale online. Once obtained, it can be grown indoors or out, although successful outdoor cultivation requires a semi-humid climate with daytime temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Growers looking to bring out the colorful purple potential of these flowers should temporarily expose their crops to cold (but not freezing) nighttime temperatures just before flowering begins. The strain is said to produce an average yield at harvest time. Finally, just as it is a pungent smoke, Do-Si-Dos can be a very pungent grow; indoor growers looking to keep their operations under wraps should invest in odor control measures like carbon air filters or exhaust fans.

  • Larry OG strain is derived from a cross between the beloved OG Kush and the SFV OG Kush. The THC count of Larry OG is high at around 21%. Its CBD is usually around 0.5%.

    The Larry OG nugs are visually appealing. With a minty green texture covered with an abundance of trichromes and orange-brown hair, the dense nugs seem to retain the right proportions of moisture, thus is lucrative to marijuana enthusiasts. Lemon is the dominant aroma of the Larry OG, thus justifying its alternate name “Lemon Larry.” You might notice the earthy and pine undertone scents upon subsequent sniffs.

    The taste of the Larry OG is what you’d expect from its smell. The citrusy taste of the kush doesn’t irritate the throat and is quite smooth. But it is quite powerful, and a little heavy on the lungs.

    The effect of the hits doesn’t take much time to settle in. The Larry OG completely relaxes the body and makes you feel productive, happy and euphoric. As a result, it alleviates stress almost instantly and is a good companion for those suffering from depression. In fact, many users have reported that they feel stimulated and relaxed at the same time while high on this strain. It can also help you increase your focus.

    Since it relaxes the body, the Larry OG helps in relieving you of physical pains. The high THC content may make you quite hungry. However, you might experience dry mouth and dry eyes while the buzz is on.

  • Purple Skunk delivers high THC levels, averaging 19% or more, and an 85/15 blend gifting users with an upbeat, albeit intense, high. The small to medium-sized nugs are rich in purple color with a delicious wine like berry taste and a pungent skunky aroma. These dank buds are perfect when paired with a grape blunt wrap, and can please even the most discerning of cannabis connoisseurs.

    Users can enjoy a full body rush with Purple Skunk, packed with invigorating tingles and a tireless high that in most cases will last all day. This bud is best smoked in the morning or midday when you’re in need of that extra giddy-up and just can’t make it through the day alone. Though the body high is most apparent, the head high is not to be forgotten, with a light airy buzz and imparting a cheerful demeanor. Take this strain outdoors and enjoy the added moxie in your day.

    For users that require a bit of extra love in the feels department, Purple Skunk is a great alternative to big pharma. With mood-enhancing properties, this strain is perfect for those who suffer from depression, chronic fatigue, or stress disorder as it washes away worry and gives you the added energy to get through your day with vigor. Those that suffer from chronic pain have also reported that the numbing effect in this strain was quite effective and welcome.

    Cultivating Purple Skunk is a great choice for growers of all experience levels as it flowers in both inside or outside temperatures. Growers often prefer to keep the plants outside because of their strong, pungent odor, however, if you live in hotter temperatures you may want to keep this Oregon beauty indoors as she appreciates a brisk climate.

    If you want to have a productive day filled with activity and fun, this all day bud is a great choice. Between the sweet berry wine on the tongue, the earthy dank flavors in the nose, and the deep purples hues that make it so easy on the eyes, it’s no wonder Purple Skunk is so loved by all.

  • Bred by Nirvana Genetics, Strawberry White Castle was developed by crossing the legendary White Widowwith a male Ice plant from Nirvana’s own genetic line. The dense bud structure from Ice mixes with the sometimes wispy White Widow buds, resulting in large yields of full, happy flowers that express strawberry, pine, and earthy tones. A well-balanced strain, White Castle retains uplifting effects that may offer pain relief.