The AK 47 commences with a heavenly blast of jubilation. The euphoria quickly sets in, escalating with each passing second. Users describe the sensation as gently rocking on a sailboat as the sun saturates the evening’s sky with hues of orange and purple. Now that we’re feeling great, it’s time to use the uplifted mood for a purpose. AK 47 is great for those wishing to add some spice to their creative endeavours. Picture your mind as a treasure chest full to the brim with untapped potential. AK 47 is the key that unlocks the treasure chest; as a result, opening your mind. As the euphoria soars to its peak, the sedative effects start to appear. Within moments, the entire body blankets in what people like to call, “the fuzzy’s.” In low doses, the body-stone is light, while higher ones beginning to produce a couch-lock. Regardless of your experience, It’s an awesome choice for a later afternoon chill session. AK 47 usually gets overshadowed by other strains, due to its affiliation to the recreational market. But, it’s medicinal uses are numerous.
Blueberry is an Indica dominant hybrid strain with unknown true parentage. This bud has been traced back to the early ’70s when the infamous American breeder DJ Short started playing around with different landrace strains, ultimately resulting in this insanely delicious variety. It is thought to be descended from Purple Thai and Afghan, but we will never know for sure. Nonetheless, it is one of the most popular strains on the market and took home the 2000 Best Indica award at the High Times’ Cannabis Cup thanks to its high-powered effects and mouthwatering blueberry vanilla flavor. The Blueberry high has a euphoric and hazy feel to it that creeps up on you slowly before washing over you with a sense of calm and ease. As this high grows, your mind will fall into a state of hazy introspection that immediately erases any negative or racing thoughts and numbs the brain. Up to 22-24% THC
This strain is the backbone of West Coast cannabis. Found a killer OG Kush deal for y'all. 15% OFF already applied to all of the weight variations** OG Kush is perfect for relaxation and/or kicking your feet up on the couch after a long and productive day at work. It smells like fresh pine - the classic Kush aroma. Overall it looked like the definition of DANK. The trim job is a little scrappy but the nug size is medium. Nice little blanket of trichomes too. The terp profile is banging so it has a solid nose. A legendary West Coast strain with links to the ancient world. The strain is orange/red with billowy buds that are heavily dusted with crystals. This cannabis strain delivers more of head high and makes users happy before getting sleepy. A highly effective strain for those ailing with anxiety, depression, digestive problems, migraine headaches and chronic pain. OG Kush Cannabis Strain:
Purple Punch is a rare indica dominant hybrid. With a one-two punch to the head of euphoric lifted effects and a high 18-20% average THC level, you’ll feel the knockout high of Purple Punch almost immediately. You’ll feel a slam of euphoria followed by a heady lift that launches you into a state of pure happiness. As your mind creeps higher and higher, your body will begin to drift away into a relaxing state that is very sedative and heady, often leading to a long and peaceful sleep. In combination with its high THC level, these effects make Purple Punch perfect for killing the effects of insomnia, chronic stress, nausea, chronic pain, and depression.
Thought to be an accidental cross when the DNL hermied, Sour Diesel (or East Coast Sour Diesel, as it's commonly called) is a special plant in the OG Kush/ChemDawg line of strains. Its often "crushing" sativa effect actually seems to hit most people as more of an indica, increasing couchlock and being strong to the point of being overwhelming at times. The plant itself is a fairly lanky one that tends to show lots of foxtailing when finished, practically stinking up the room with its pungent fuel-skunk-citrus bouquet.
Originally descending from a breed between South American (sativa) and South Indian Indica in the Netherlands in 1990’s. With both parents being categorized as landrace strains, it seems obvious that White Widow would turn out to become one potent and pure strain, whose effects can be felt in the exact same manner; with strength and clarity. The white widow can be seen of fat and lose sage green buds that are stacked up together in tall colas, long bright orange pistil hairs curling on their way, joining the long light to dark green water leaves that often express an ombre-like colour gradient in their appearance.