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  • Blackwater’s chunky buds have a classically indica bud structure: leaves are densely-packed and tightly curled in on themselves when properly cured. High resin production makes the leaves adhere in large, solid flowers rather than popcorn-like nuggets. The flowers appear dark green, with some phenotypes showing flashes of purple inherited from the Mendocino Purple parent strain; this latter color comes about when high concentrations of specific pigments are activated by colder than average weather in the cultivation process. Blackwater’s large, colorful buds are covered in a substantial layer of trichomes, often making them difficult to break apart by hand. This strain’s “bag appeal” persists even after the bag is cracked open — users will notice a deeply sweet smell of berry and grape to complement its purple hues. Taking time to break open the flowers will also show evidence of the Afghani landrace lineage, with an unmistakably herbal, hashy smell. When burnt, Blackwater gives off an incense-like smoke that is surprisingly smooth for an indica. The satisfying hit finishes with a fruity and vaguely skunky cloud that may linger for a while.

    Definitely a strain made for staying in and not venturing out, Blackwater offers a palpable indica body stone. Although it mounts slowly, smokers shouldn’t underestimate this high’s ability to comfortably pin them down in their surroundings. Within minutes, a sense of calm envelops the core and spreads down through the limbs, allowing users to breathe comfortably and easily. Although there may be some psychedelic changes in perception like visual distortion, cerebral thinking isn’t common; users should expect a more dreamy high, perfect for unwinding with a movie or some favorite music without bothering to follow along or reflect too intensely. This full body high intensifies as greater amounts are consumed. Medically speaking, these narcotic effects have diverse applications. Blackwater’s physical numbing makes it an effective painkiller for those with aches and pains, whether incidental from exercise or injury, or more chronic caused by conditions like fibromyalgia. It can even relieve some of the negative side effects of chemotherapy treatment. Blackwater is also helpful for stress-related conditions like anxiety and PTSD, temporarily melting away preoccupations and concerns. In large enough doses, this strain can induce deep sleep for those who suffer from insomnia. With a high that lasts longer than average, Blackwater is known to be one potent indica, even for those with a high tolerance for THC.

    Although it may be more difficult to track down, Blackwater can be grown as a clone, from clippings of other plants, or from packaged retail seed. Cultivation can happen in or outdoors. Outdoor growing requires a consistently warm and semi-humid climate, with daytime temperatures around 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Growers have more control over conditions indoors, and the short, bushy plants — which are as classically indica as this strain’s buds — take well to limited grow spaces. Growers are encouraged to “top” plants throughout the vegetative process, by trimming any broad, light-blocking fan leaves to allow light and air to reach the lower flowering branches. Blackwater flowers within 8 to 10 weeks when grown indoors and offers an average yield. Because of this strain’s prized taste and THC content, growers should also take care to properly cure their buds, first hanging them for a week in warm surroundings with 50% humidity and then jarring them (and regularly checking them for mold) in similarly warm conditions with 60-65% humidity.

  • 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.

  • With THC ranging between 22% and 25%, it’s no wonder that this strain is called “the Boss.” This ultra-strong breed is brightly colored with orange hairs and sticky white trichomes that fully envelop the dark shades of green that make up these dense buds. The aromas of this strain are hashy, with earthy undertones and a slight pungency. However, the smells of El Jefe can be deceiving as the flavor palate couldn’t be further from those traits. The taste is a bold blend of spicy lemon and rich pine, sure to engage your senses.

    El Jefe is known for soothing the mind and giving the smoker relief from daily woes, and is quite the opposite of what you might think from the name. It may be a strain that lays down the law, but it isn’t one that will necessarily overtake you. This calming high thrives in both mind and body and is primarily buzzy in the limbs. This creates a numbing feeling that might get you a little bit couch locked. Medicinal uses far outweigh its recreational uses, however after a long day at work who wouldn’t want to unwind with something this enjoyable either way?

    As mentioned before this strain has a lot of medical uses and because it is highly sedative without actually putting you to sleep, it is fairly beneficial for those who suffer from chronic pain. Whether it’s caused by injury or disease, finding the relief you need from pain and muscle tension can be a godsend. For those who suffer from cramps, muscle spasms, eye pressure, or restless leg syndrome, higher doses of El Jefe can stave off even the worst of symptoms. Additional uses include the treatment of anorexia, lack of appetite, depression, anxiety, and ADHD.

    With anything called El Jefe you would assume that it could manage itself in many conditions, right? Well, this plant reinforces that idea with its ability to grow healthy indoors and out. Though the yields depend on condition, you can guarantee yourself at least an average harvest with a flowering time of 9 to 10 weeks indoors and mid-October outdoors. It isn’t necessarily an easy plant, but with its resistance to many molds and common diseases, she’s not a hard one to keep happy either.

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    Our in house Motor Oil is made from the Grand Daddy Purple  strain

    Motor Oil is like a mix between shatter,oil, and wax/budder. It is easy to work with out of our glass jars and packs a powerful hit at 76.82% THC!

    Introduced in 2003 by Ken Estes, Granddaddy Purple (or GDP) is a famous indica cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud. This California staple inherits a complex grape and berry aroma from its Purple Urkle parent, while Big Bud passes on its oversized, compact bud structure. GDP flowers bloom in shades of deep purple, a contrastive backdrop for its snow-like dusting of white crystal resin.

    Its potent effects are clearly detectable in both mind and body, delivering a fusion of cerebral euphoria and physical relaxation. While your thoughts may float in a dreamy buzz, your body is more likely to find itself fixed in one spot for the duration of GDP’s effects. Like most heavy indica varieties, Granddaddy Purple is typically pulled off the shelf for consumers looking to combat painstressinsomniaappetite loss, and muscle spasms. GDP blesses growers with massive commercial yields which are ready for harvest following a 60 day flowering time indoors.