L.S.D.

Written by KindReviews on December 7th, 2010. Posted in Anxiety, Appetite, Blog, Body Relaxation, Indica-Dominant Hybrid, Insomnia, Mood, Muscular, Pain, Pains, Strains, Vision

L.S.D. STRAIN INFORMATION

General Information

Type:  Indica-dominant hybrid

Genetics:  Mazar x Skunk #1

Geographic Origin:  Amsterdam, The Netherlands (genetic line of Mazar is from the Mazar-i-Shariff region of Afghanistan)

Seed Company/Clone: Barney’s Farm Seeds

Description: Available in feminized seed form only, this plant was made by crossing Barney’s favorite in-house Skunk strain with a potent Mazar, resulting in a fairly heavy Indica plant that manages to retain some of the Sativa head effects from the Skunk.  A hearty plant that resists disease and mold, it definitely gets its structure and height from the Afghani side of its lineage rather than the Skunk, though it is also a good producer thanks to the hybrid vigor of the cross.

History

Story: The Barney’s Farm crew named the strain “L.S.D.” after experiencing its potent and trippy effects.

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Growing Information

Flowering Time: 60-65 days

Preferred Growing Medium: Grows well in any medium, grows to a fairly standard to short height and produces well for its size.

Patient Expectations

Scent: A tangy lemon-lime musk is the standard smell, but at times there is a sweet, creamy, almost nutty aroma that comes out of certain phenotypes.

Flavor: It varies according to phenotype, but generally it’s a slightly sweet musk with hints of citrus.  The taste is definitely dominated by the Afghani part of the lineage rather than the Skunk.

Effects: Starting off with an increase in visual acuity and a strongly spacey mental state, this strain can seem like it’s a Sativa early on, living up to the psychedelic namesake.  Once those initial effects passed, it still seems to stay mostly in the face but the body presence grows greatly as it progresses.  A creeping numbness and warmth enters the body, leaving the user able to get up and be active or simply sit and relax.  The end of the experience was more sedate and relaxing, bordering on tired-feeling.  This strain is recommended to intermediate users who want a little more adventure in their Indica relief.

KindReviews:

L.S.D. – Delta 9 – June 2010

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