Today I’m reviewing a bunch of different strains I’ve tried over the past month. Here’s what I’ve been smoking in July and a short review of each strain.
Today I’m reviewing a bunch of different strains I’ve tried over the past month.
First up is Lemon Skunk. This sativa strain is a combo of two different skunk phenotypes. It has a delicious citrus flavor and energizing effects that are great for fighting stress and depression.
How was it? I liked this strain, but for some reason it didnt stand out as one of my favorites. Maybe the energizing effects weren’t powerful enough for me.
This hybrid strain is a cross between Tres Dawg and Chemdog 4. Stardawg has piney and earthy flavors with uplifting effects. It’s covered in tantalizing white crystals that stand out against the brownish color.
How was it? This was a decent strain but I prefer a more active high. The effects are well balanced and are ideal for a lazy afternoon.
Sweet Cheese is a sativa dominant mix between Cheese and Black Jack. The spicy cheesy flavors produce a relaxing high that’s ideal for kicking back and watching a movie.
How was it? I love the taste and smell of these nugs. The high is great for day or night.
A hybrid cross between Sour Diesel and Lemon Skunk, Lemon Tree is a citrusy delight. The effects are relaxing and uplifting, perfect before a walk or completing errands.
How was it? The high is relaxing but leaves the head clear and focused. It’s a fantastic bud for the body and mind.
Blueberry and U.K. Cheese come together to create this hybrid. The cheesy flavors have a berrylicious undernote that’s subtle, but provides a unique taste. This strain is very relaxing after a hard day’s work.
How was it? I enjoyed this smoke most before going to bed. These nugs help calm the mind for a peaceful night’s sleep.
This sativa dominant strain is a mix between BC Grapefruit and Nectar’s Grapefruit. The powerful citrus and grapefruit flavors are followed by an active and creative high. It’s a wonderful bud to start the day and rrmain productive throughout the afternoon.
How was it? The effects are exhilarating and inspire my inner artist. I loved the crumbly feeling of these nugs between my fingers.
The next strain is a cross between Legend OG and and unknown Orange Apricot F2 strain. All the senses are activated during this high, which is relaxing at the same time. This sativa high is suitable for every time of day.
How was it? The effects are well-rounded but not particularly intense. I found this strain best for boosting my appetite.
This indica dominant strain is a mix of Super Skunk, Jack Herer, and Big Skunk Korean. The sweet mango flavor yields a focused and euphoric high that gets creative juices flowing. The effects are surprosingly uplifting for an indica hybrid.
How was it? I found this strain flavorful, but the effects were too subtle for me.
This hybrid is a cross between Granddaddy Purple, Green Ribbon, and Tahoe Alien. It’s as flavorful as it is colorful, with a sweet tropical berry taste. The sativa/indica effects are about 50/50, for a spacey but active high.
How was it? As you can see, i could barely leave enough to photograph. It was just so delicious! Talk about a flavor explosion. Perfect for morning, noon, and night.
Finally, I tried some hash with a very soft and maleable consistancy. This black afghani has a strong earthy taste and produces a sedative head high.
How was it? I don’t care much for hash and this strain wasn’t anything special in my opinion.
What are you smoking this summer? Got a suggestion for a strain I should try? Let me know in the comments.