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Northern Lights

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northern lights

Strain Name: Northern Lights

Breeder: Peak Seeds

Grade: A+

Type: Indica

Looks: Dense, smallish, popcorn sized nuggets. Bright green with dark orange hairs, and heavily frosted.

Smell: During flowering smell was quite acrid, with an almost chemical scent of ammonia. After curing for 4 weeks, the chemical smell vanished and was replaced by a wonderful classic skunk scent. The strongest skunk smell of any strains I’ve grown (which I absolutely love). Breeder’s notes said this was not a strong smelling strain, which was totally false (at least with this particular pheno).

Taste: Not much in the taste department, just typical earthy taste, with hints of lemon on the first couple puffs.

Effects: Very much a body stone, almost entirely felt in the chest, and legs. Very mellow, no racy or cerebral effects. This strain works wonders for my nausea and stomach pain, and provides a very nice muscle relaxant effect. Legs get a little jelly-like after a few hits, and it makes me feel quite weak due to the potent muscle relaxation. This is a perfect night time strain for me, and ticks all the important boxes: helps me sleep, no raciness or paranoia (I suffer from panic attacks, so this is important), gives me a great appetite boost, relaxes my muscles, and helps me sleep.

Potency: Medicinally, it’s very potent, but is not an overpowering stone for those looking to get really torched. As far as reliving symptoms I rate it’s potency an 8 out of 10. For mind-altering effects, not very powerful, and I would have to give it a 6 or 7. However, for my needs, this is my favorite meds right now.

Grower’s Notes:
This particular northern lights was grown from seeds purchased from Peak Seeds BC. They claim this version is Northern Lights number 5, crossed with another NL from europe. Out of 10 beans, 50% were male, and about 3 of the females had problems with very weak and floppy stems that could not even support the weight of the plant itself. Not the greatest numbers, but I still got two great keepers out of this batch, and selected this plant as my mother. Yield was less than staggering, but nothing to be ashamed of either. However, the medicinal value of this plant more than makes up for the issues it had. Will be keeping this one in my regular rotation for some time to come.

Reviewed by: Buggins

Good Strain For: Nausea, appetite stimulation, muscle relaxant, stress reducer, sleeep and insomnia.

northern lights

Strain Type: Indica, Northern Lights

White Russian

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White Russian

Strain Name: White Russian

Genetics: AK47 x White Widow

Grade: A

Type: Mostly sativa hybrid.

Looks: Very dense dark green buds with dark orange hairs. Some purple hues sprinkled throughout, and absolutely coated with resin.

Smell: Straight up cheeze-whiz. While growing it smelled a lot more fruity, but after a month of curing, it morphed into this absolutely rank cheese and skunk smell. Take one whiff, and you know this bud means business.

Taste: Inhale tastes cheesy and spicey, exhale is very earthy and hashy.

Effects: The first time I smoked this, it scared the hell outta me. Felt totally removed from my body, almost like a half-way OBE. This mellowed out after about an hour, and was much more pleasant. Very cerebral and spacey – DO NOT drive on this one, you will run red lights (though I hope you don’t ever drive after smoking bud – take care out there folks). Pretty good appetite stimulation, and worked really well for my stomach pain. Not sleepy at all, so don’t use it late at night as it will probably keep you up. Made music EXCELLENT!

Potency: Scary powerful.

Grower’s Notes: This one yielded more than anything else in my garden. The buds were heavy and the stems kind of weak, so tying the colas up was a must. I had buds bending the branches over after only 5 weeks. Although this is sativa dominant, the plant grew very much like an indica, with rather wide leaves, and extensive branching out. The sativa showed it’s traits in a fairly lengthy stretch during the first few weeks of flowering. Easy to grow, and was very nutrient tolerant. Took doses that would burn anything else in my garden like a champ. Plant was nearly all bud, so trimming was a breeze. This was an amazing plant to grow. Seeds were from Joey Weed. Germinated 10 out of 10, with 100% females, and very little variation throughout.

Reviewed by: Buggins

Good Strain For: Daytime pain management and appetite stimulation. Quite stimulating, so not so great for sleep, but certainly helps you relax and mellow out. Probably would be a good one for depression, as it really made me happy.

White Russian

Strain Type: Sativa, White Russian

UBC Chemo

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UBC Chemo 

Strain Name: UBC Chemo

Grade: A

Type: Nearly 100% Indica – Rumoured to have been developed by Dr David Suzuki at UBC in the 70s. Strain developed specifically for treating the symptoms of nausea and pain associated with chemotherapy.

Looks: Very dense and resinous buds. The true Chemo is supposed to look very strange with three point leaves and a bonsai-like appearance – I did not find any of the plants to have these qualities, so I’m not sure if it’s the real thing or not. However, the Phenos were all quite consistent, with basically two slightly different expressions – a dark purple and green. The smoke, smell, effects, and taste are consistent between them however, so likely not much other than the color that is really all that different.

The Buds are absolutely covered in sugar, and will leave a nice pile of keif whenever you break open a nugget.

Smell: Not sure what people refer to when they say “it smells like kush”, but if Kush smells like lemony and pine, then that is what this strain smells like. Very nice aroma – not overpowering, but noticeable. When burning – it has a more distinct earthy and hashy smell.

Taste: Hashy, but if you toke slowly and let the smoke draw across your tongue, it is distinctly sweet- almost like sugar. This may just be a byproduct of my growing methods though as I grow in organic soil.

Potency: Very strong. A couple puffs off a joint and I’m good and medicated for a couple hours. Really easy to overdo it though – take one extra puff and it can really grab a hold of your head for a while and make it difficult to even walk. Lay down and stare at the tv and you’ll be fine, try to move your head, and it feels like your head is on a swivel – this tapers off for about an hour and leaves you very, very chilled out.

Effects: I grow this strain for my nighttime medicine. My problems being stomach pain, nausea, and trouble sleeping due to the pain. This is a wonderful plant for boosting my appetite, and turning the dial down on my stomach pain. I am prone to anxiety and panic attacks, but this bud never gives me a hint of paranoia – and it works wonders for helping me sleep. I can function during the day fine if I take small tokes as needed, but one extra hit though, and it will lock you to the couch – the line is that fine. No sativa qualities at all, except it does seem to make me laugh at things much easier. If you suffer from stomach troubles like me, or you want just a really good indica plant that is super easy to grow – this is your girl.

Reviewed by: Buggins

Good Strain For: Nausea, Appetite Stimulation, Insomnia, Stomach Pain, Muscle Relaxant

UBC Chemo 

Strain Type: Indica, UBC ChemoComments (2)

Blueberry

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Blueberry

Strain Name: Blueberry

Grade: A+

Type: Indica

Looks: Dark, airy nugs, almost golden, with really dark orange hairs.

Smell: earthy, but sweet. not much of a blueberry smell, but definitely has a hint of some kind of berry

Taste: very sweet. you can taste more blueberry on exhale. great aftertaste

Effects: this is a creeper. first couple hits you can feel it coming on, but after the the third of fourth it hits you like a rock. started behind the eyes then takes over the rest of your body. your body gets very droopy feeling, with waves coming and going in various body parts. this lasts awhile, then mellows out to a relaxing tired feeling. you will be ready for a nap.

Potency: Very strong. Creeper. 2-3 hours

Reviewed by: Henskerz

Good Strain For: insomnia, body aches and pains.

Strain Type: Blueberry, Indica

Hindu Kush

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hindu kush

Strain Name: Hindu Kush

Grade: A++

Type: Indica

Looks: Lime green buds with orange hairs, decently hairy.

Smell: Amazing, like running through a field of flowers.

Taste: Just like smell, very pleasant taste, I love it.

Effects: All Pain is released from your body in waves. Switches off body parts one at a time. Intense feeling. Truly amazing.

Potency: 9/10 Really Strong

Reviewed by: thewolfpacisback

Good Strain For: Any Physical Pain, joints,muscles, etc.

Hindu Kush

Strain Type: Hindu Kush, IndicaComments (10)

God Bud

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God Bud

Strain Name: God Bud

Grade: A+++

Type: Indica Hybrid

Looks: Fluffy, covered in trichomes (iced out)

Smell: Pine/Sweet

Taste: Sweet/earthy

Effects: heavy stone, couch lock, pain relief.

Potency: Very strong, topshelf quality.

Reviewed by:
toketron253

Good Strain For: Insomnia, appetite stimulant, headache relief, aches and pains.

Strain Type: God Bud, IndicaComments (4)

The Purp

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The Purp

Strain Name: The Purp

Grade: A

Type: Indica

Looks: Fuzzy, covered in a goldish powder of crystals, purple with a fair bit of green

Smell: Fruity, piney, quite dank but not stink up whole room

Taste: Like pine needles soaked in sugar water, sweet

Effects: Very mellow, good for talking about deep shit, hard time remembering what happened, it was like a dream or like being half-awake, put me to sleep after a few bowls at night

Potency: 9/10

Reviewed by: Picklator

Good Strain For: Insomnia, night time use, chronic pain, stomach pain, migraines, ADD, not moving, sleep

The Purp

 

Strain Type: Indica, The PurpComments (3)

Super Lemon Skunk

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Strain Name: Super Lemon Skunk

From: Patient’s Choice of Colorado

Grade: A

Type: Indica

Looks: This bud is so covered in trichomes that the leaves are barely visible. It looks like it was in the freezer and accumulated a considerable amount of frost over everything. The pistols are a bit stubby and seem to be stuck inside clumps of trichomes, in some instances.

Smell: Very sweet and lemony, as you would expect from the name. The scent is very similar to something like a Golden Goat or Jack Flash, where it has that lemony smell, but it lacks the soapy tones that those strains have.

Taste: Sweet. Lemon. This bud tastes like a lemon drop, when I inhale via my vaporizer. It has almost no sour undertones, which was kind of unexpected for a lemony bud. There is almost no overly heavy feeling in your lungs like a Golden Goat can get at times, this is more light and airy feeling.

Effects: This is a great bud to just zone out with some music on. Worked wonderfully on my stomach pains, although it could do a bit better on the nausea. Also, it definitely helps me wind down to sleep. Thoughts are pretty disjointed, and I seem to be easily distracted, so it definitely provides that cloudy kind of dreamy feeling.

Potency: This one lasted 4-6 hours, so it was pretty potent. I’d have to give this one a 9 out of 10 for potency.

Reviewed by: In The Blue

Good Strain For: Great night time bud.

Strain Type: Indica, Super Lemon SkunkComments (3)

Killer Chem #3

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Strain Name: Killer Chem #3

Grade: A-

Type: Hybrid – Sativa

Looks: Dark green bud leaves, lightly covered in a snow shower of cannabinoids. There are very fine, frail looking whitish-orange pistols making their way out between the leaves at fairly regular intervals around the bud.

Smell: This bud smells very earthy, with sour and nutty undertones. It smells almost like a forest after a rain.

Taste: The earthy scent definitely translates into an intense earthy flavor, with kind of sweet and sour undertones. It tastes kind of like I would imagine dirt would taste, but in a good way.

Effects: This seems to be a great daytime bud. It did a wonderful number on my stomach pains and nausea, and I feel like I can get up and go do things. It is very clearheaded reaction times and vision only seem to be slightly effected, and there is a definite mood improvement, kind of a light euphoric feeling going on through the whole duration. The body buzz is very mild and controllable, but definitely present.

Potency: This bud lasted 3-5, this bud provided relief for a considerable amount of time so I’d give it an 8 out of 10 on potency.

Reviewed by: In The Blue

Good Strain For: Daytime bud.

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Strain Type: Killer Chem #3, Sativa


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