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XJ-130 out of 5
Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica THC: 22%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%
XJ-13 is a 50:50 hybrid strain with an astounding 22% THC content. It is a cross between Jack Herer and strain G-13 and was bred to produce a flavor unlike anything you may have tasted before. It has a pleasurable taste which is spicy and sweet at the same time. However, you will note hints of lime and pine while smoking the strain. It is true when they say XJ-13 is every wake and baker’s dream strain. The smell is extremely potent with funky undertones. There is more to the taste and smell than meets the eye, it adds to more to the classic taste all the while being hazy and pungent. After smoking the strain, the high kicks in almost immediately. You will feel powerful due to its lifting effects. The cerebral effects are well endowing as you will feel a body buzz unlike any other. It is perfect for individuals who are suffering from anxiety and depression. However, there is much more to it than its countless medical applications. JX-13 is also known for keeping your creative juices flowing.
Lemon skunk0 out of 5
Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 60% Sativa / 40% Indica THC: 15% – 22%, CBD: 1%, CBN: 1%
With THC levels that reach 22% in some tests, this is a very potent sativa-heavy hybrid. Lemon Skunk, which has a sativa/indica ratio of 60:40, is the award-winning descendant of two distinct Skunk phenotypes that were selected specifically for their tangy lemon traits. The aroma is Skunky and sweet while the flavor is reminiscent of sweet lemons and other citrus fruit. Lemon Skunk delivers a heady, peppy cerebral high that comes with a boost of energy and creativity, a dose of happiness, and a euphoric kick. It’s an uplifting yet lazy experience. The sativa genes offer effective treatment for depression, nausea, chronic pain, and everyday stresses. CBD levels are a bit higher than average in this strain, roughly 0.5% in some tests, but not high enough to recommend it as treatment for conditions that respond to CBD, such as epilepsy. Dry mouth and watery eyes are the only widely reported negative effects of Lemon Skunk, though paranoia, anxiety, and dizziness are also possible.
Headband0 out of 5
Strain Name: Headband
Looks: The buds were a darker green which turned me off but after taking a closer look under a magnifying glass the trichromes were enough to sell me. The hairs were a nice dark orangish-brown which sort of made the bud look very foresty as a whole.
Smell: The smell was kind of disappointing, the only reason this bud didn’t get the straight A. I could definitely smell the two kushes in the mix but I guess I was hoping for some more of the sour to pervade the smell. Oh well.
Taste: The taste was fantastic. The smoke expands in the lungs as much as any other strain I’ve tried. Had my face as red as my Redwings shirt, very red, and tasting pine trees every time I coughed again.
Effects: The effects were immediate. This was the first Headband that really lived up to it’s name. It felt like there was a four inch band of the best feeling lava the would drip down the front of your face numbing it for a bit before it would recede again back into the forehead.
Potency: Extreme, definitely one strain that I can not expect to go in public and operate at even 50% speech and motor efficiency, but I always find if you’re nice to people they don’t care how lit you are.
Mango kush0 out of 5
Hybrid – 65% Indica / 35% Sativa THC: 11% – 20%
Mangos and marijuana go together. The fruit is known to enhance the high for many people, and some cannabis strains are bred to evoke the fruit. The taste of Mango Kush, not surprisingly, is similar to mangos and Kush, with notes of pine. It smells of the tropics, sweet mangos, and bananas. THC can make up as much as 16% of this strain, while CBD is much lower, about 0.3%. That makes this a poor choice for treating conditions that respond to CBD, such as severe seizure disorders. Mango Kush is an indica-dominant hybrid (35:65 sativa/indica ratio) that can be used to treat nausea and vomiting, pain, insomnia, lack of appetite, and depression. The high is centered on the body, with deep relaxation, strong euphoria, and a general sedated feeling. Many patients find themselves talking and giggling more than usual while high on this strain. Dry mouth is a common concern, as are bloodshot eyes, but most other adverse effects are limited.
OG kush0 out of 5
Strain Name: OG Kush
Type: Sativa dominant hybrid
Looks: This deep green bud is fluffy, frosty and packed with red hairs.
Smell: Piney, Cedar-like, Citrus
Taste: A very nice earthy and pine taste with a sweet after note . A very smooth and refreshing smoke. Vaporizing intensifies flavor and is a delight to have in the mouth.
Effects: Induces a feeling of euphoria, happiness, and creativity. An uplifting and energized high.
Potency: 10/10 (It’s a 1 hit wonder)