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More Than Just Potency: Top 5 Cannabis Strains With The Best Aroma

There’s nothing quite like opening a fresh jar or bag of marijuana and being treated to some sweet-smelling weed. In fact, cannabis has one of the most recognizable and pungent smells of all plants. Whether you’re a beginner user or cannabis connoisseur, different smells of weed can be one of the most exhilarating parts of growing or purchasing. But do you know what makes weed smell or the best smelling strains overall? Let’s sniff our way into the world of cannabis and find out more about these unique scents.

Why Does All Weed Smell Different?

By now, you probably know that cannabis is a complex plant, with each genetic or strain having its own particular cannabinoid content, growing style and effects. So, it should come as no surprise that all weed smells different as well. But why? The answer lies in each specific plant’s terpene profile. Terpenes, or terps for short, are found in all plants, fruits and vegetables, and are the aromatic centers of cannabis. Depending on the individual plant’s genetics or growth quality, every strain produces a different cannabis smell.

A Plethora Of Scents To Choose From

Of course, most strains share similar scents, since there are some terpenes that are more prevalent in cannabis than others. Myrcene, for example, makes up over 20% of terpene profiles for most commercial strains. Myrcene by itself has an earthy and musky scent, with hints of cloves and fruity aromas. Other common terps and flavor profiles that produce varied weed smells include:

  • Limonene – Zesty & Citrusy
  • Caryophyllene – Spicy & Woody
  • Pinene – Refreshing & Piney
  • Linalool – Floral & Herbal
  • Humulene – Earthy & Hoppy

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Herbies’ Picks For Strains With The Best Aromas

Even though we don’t discriminate against any different smells of weed here at Herbies, there are a few that really stand out from the crowd. From sweet-smelling weed to unique and fragrant aromas, here are our all-time favorite best-smelling strains.

Super Lemon Haze

Super Lemon Haze, or SLH, is a potently refreshing strain that tingles your senses from first scent. The irresistible aromas aren’t that hard to guess at based upon the strain’s name. Super Lemon Haze bursts with invigorating citrus smells that have hints of candy-like sweetness. Many describe the strain as being similar to a popular hard lemon candy that you’ll keep coming back to for more. In addition, the Sativa energy of Super Lemon Haze is quite exhilarating itself.


Like blowing up deliciously sweet bubblegum bubbles, BubbleGummer pops with lusciously rich weed smells. Uniquely, not only does BubbleGummer taste like the candy it’s named for, but it also boasts hints of sour balsamic notes. You’ll be treated to layers of fruity goodness that solidify BubbleGummer as one of the best sweet-smelling weed strains on today’s market. This Sativa-dominant strain is also as highly euphoric and motivating as it is alluring for its uncommon cannabis smells.

Bubblegum Strains

Strawberry Cough

You’ll be coughing with fruity delight from the pungently sweet and satisfying Strawberry Cough. Widely known as one of the best-smelling strains out there, its genetics are abundant with exquisite aromas like the fresh fruit it’s named for. However, Strawberry Cough isn’t just a one-note strain. Beyond its initial sweetness, you’ll be treated to dynamic hints of peppery spice that ignite the senses. The strain will also treat you to classic skunk-like weed smells as you enjoy the equally delightful uplifting effects.

Strains With Uplifting Effects

Sugar Candy

To put it simply, Sugar Candy has a sweet-smelling weed scent that you’ll practically want to take a bite out of. This somewhat elusive strain is divinely delicious with aromas of mint, licorice and mango. Sound odd? Quite the contrary, as the unique combination bursts with refreshing fruit salad-type smells. Think of it as a five-star restaurant dessert with a sprig of mint on top. The satisfying aromas have a hint of floral sweetness that completes the scent profile of this best-smelling strain.

Do-Si-Dos OG

Out of all of the genetics on our list, Do-Si-Dos OG is the most classic as far as best-smelling strains are concerned – meaning it has that standard and natural plant aroma that smells as fresh as fresh can be. Do-Si-Dos begins with a strong citrusy and fruity scent with a hint of refreshing mint. From there, the strain delights with earthy and herbal aromas that you’d expect from any top-shelf cannabis. Under it all, Do-Si-Dos’ funky and floral notes blend all its fragrances together for a superior cannabis smell experience.

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Best Smelling Strains – The Nose Always Knows

In the cannabis world, they often say ‘the nose knows’ when it comes to choosing a strain. With this list of best-smelling strains, you can help point your nose in the right direction. Whether you’re into earthy and natural cannabis smells or different smells of weed like citrus or berries, keep sniffing until you find the sweet-smelling weed that perfectly suits your tastes.

Here's the list of top 5 best-smelling marijuana strains. Let’s sniff our way into the world of cannabis and find out more about the unique scents. ]]>


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32 Best Hiking Movies and Outdoor Documentaries

From old classic hits to new independent films, here is a complete list of the best hiking movies for some outdoor inspiration. In no order, we broke all films down into four main categories: hiking movies, hiking documentaries, outdoor movies and outdoor documentaries.


Based on the true story of Christopher McCandless, a young man who walked out on society to live alone and survive in the Alaskan Wilderness. Story made famous from the book written by Jon Krakauer.
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A girl takes a nearly 2,000 mile walk across the Australian desert with four camels to keep her company. A great, lesser known, hiking movie.
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The most well known film related to the Camino de Santiago. Follow a father (Emilio Estevez) in search for inner peace after the death of his son.
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Based on the true story of Cheryl Strayed hiking the Pacific Crest Trail as a path to recovery. Made famous from the popular book.
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Another true story. This one is about a group of men escaping from a Siberian labor camp and trekking a dangerous 4,000 miles to India.
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Somewhat similar back story as Wild. An abused young girl looking for a way out escapes to rural Alaska. Beautiful scenery.
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One of the most iconic “trail books” that made it’s way to the big screen. Bill Bryson (Robert Redford) hikes the Appalachian Trail in this lighthearted tale. The movie received less than stellar reviews. But, the profound impact of the book deems it worthy a spot nonetheless.
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A great snapshot of the thru-hiking experience. Half a dozen hikers document their journey along the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. Get to know the famous hiker “Billygoat”.
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One of the more well produced thru-hiking docs, funded from a Kickstarter campaign and featured on Netflix. Five friends take on the 210-mile long John Muir Trail in California.
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A homemade documentary on the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. Raw trail footage and interviews. Does a nice job showcasing the states, hikers, history and the “feel good” hiking community vibe.


My personal favorite Appalachian Trail documentary. Well produced, beautiful shots, brief historical accounts and a down to earth hiking couple.
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An American classic. Set on the Great Plains during the Civil War. Vast landscapes and a heartfelt story surrounding Native Americans.
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An amazingly true story about an Austrian mountain climber who ran away from his military duties in World War 2. Heinrich (Brad Pitt) finds refuge in Tibet along side the Dalai Lama.
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Too slow. or interesting and thoughtful? Either way, this is a great film about a man (Tom Hanks) surviving on a remote beach with his precious volleyball.
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Be prepared to want to learn how to fly fish. If the plot alone is not enough to entertain, the Montana (and part of Wyoming) scenery will.
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Filmed in the Appalachian hills of North Carolina and set mostly in deep lush wilderness. Daniel Day-Lewis is the adopted brother of a dying Native American tribe during the French and Indian War.
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Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller) daydreams at his day job about epic adventures all over the world and ends up on a real-life adventure of his own.
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The story behind the political icon Ernesto “Che” Guevera. This reenacts his motorcycle journey from Brazil to Peru which influenced his Marxist views.
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21. 127 HOURS

A riveting and true survival story about a rock climber (James Franco) trapped by an arm-crushing fallen boulder in a remote Utah canyon.
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You might be shivering cold as you watch this wild film about a fur-trading frontiersman in the 1800’s. The bear scene is epic.
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If “Jaws” made people fear sharks, “Deliverance” made people fear mountain people. A classic river movie, famous dueling banjos. and a famously disturbing ‘squeal’ scene.
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A real cliff hanger. The true story about a pair of climbers attempting to summit an impossible alpine peak in the Peruvian Andes.
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A personal favorite outdoor documentary. One man joins a small boat crew and sails south in hopes to go climbing in Patagonia after being inspired by Yvon Chouinard and Doug Topkins.
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Insane ultramarathon distances across some beautiful deserts. This series of races is considered one of the toughest running events on earth.
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The Mumbai Xpress – a 12-day rickshaw race across India. An American and a Canadian take a hilarious stab at it.
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Another world-famously-tough ultramarathon race. Except. you don’t know when the race starts, if anyone will finish or where the course goes.
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One of the most incredible survival stories of all time. This is the true story of Shackleton and his shipwrecked crew in the Antarctic.
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Is this guy looney. or does he really know his Grizzlies? Interesting take on a man obsessed with one of America’s greatest mammals.
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2 friends spend 9 months surfing on a pristine Arctic island off the coast of Norway. Bitter cold, little daylight, and a small cabin.
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32. MERU

Beautifully filmed and beautifully told. Follow three famous climbers (Conrad Anker, Jimmy Chin, and Renan Ozturk) as they attempt the first successful summit of Meru.
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Even Once-a-Week Pot Smokers Have More Cough, Phlegm

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MONDAY, July 2, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Smoking marijuana once a week can cause coughing, wheezing and phlegm, all signs of chronic bronchitis, a new evidence review reports.

Pot smoking doubles a person’s risk of developing a regular hacking cough. It also triples the risk of coughing up phlegm and suffering from wheezy constricted breathing, researchers found.

“We know that smoke from tobacco and other entities — including burning wood in your fireplace — causes chronic bronchitis, so it’s not at all surprising they found chronic bronchitis in prior marijuana research,” said Dr. Norman Edelman, senior scientific adviser to the American Lung Association.

Edelman said he’s concerned that heavy marijuana use could lead to larger health problems for those who develop chronic bronchitis.

“You would worry about people being more susceptible to pneumonia, and of course, the end result of chronic bronchitis, if it persists long enough and is severe enough, is what we call COPD — chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,” Edelman said.

About half of tobacco smokers get COPD, he said. “It will be interesting to see what percentage of regular marijuana smokers get COPD,” he added.

Paul Armentano, deputy director of NORML, a group supporting reform of marijuana laws, said the study findings are “consistent with prior data.”

“It is hardly surprising that the habitual inhalation of combustive smoke may be associated with specific, though generally mild respiratory symptoms, like cough,” he said.

“However, unlike the inhalation of tobacco smoke, cannabis smoke exposure — even long-term — is not associated with the kind of serious respiratory effects that are often identified with long-term tobacco use, such as COPD, emphysema or lung cancer,” Armentano said.

About 13 percent of adults and 21 percent of young adults are believed to be regular pot users.

Marijuana legalization has led to the development of many alternatives to smoking pot, such as cannabis-infused edibles, oils and concentrates, Armentano said.

For the evidence review, researchers led by Dr. Mehrnaz Ghasemiesfe, from the San Francisco VA Medical Center, analyzed data from 22 studies of the effects of pot smoking on lung health.

Analysis of two prospective studies (ones that watch for outcomes such as disease development) found pot smoking associated with a doubled risk of cough and a nearly quadrupled risk of phlegm, the results showed.

Combined analysis of other studies revealed an increased risk of cough (4.3 times); phlegm (3.4 times); wheezing (2.8 times); and shortness of breath (1.5 times).

Some are concerned that as more U.S. states legalize pot, more people will develop lung problems.

“Because some of the worst effects of smoking take years to show effect, it took time until we had established clear and undeniable risks of cancer, heart disease and other major medical problems that were caused by smoking tobacco,” said Dr. Adam Lackey, chief of thoracic surgery at Staten Island University Hospital in New York City.

“I worry that we are looking at a similar situation with marijuana,” he said. “People need to realize that we just don’t know yet what the long-term effect of marijuana smoking is. This study shows that marijuana smoking certainly isn’t totally benign.”


At the same time, Edelman, the lung association adviser, doubts marijuana will be as harmful as tobacco, simply because it’s not smoked as much.

“My guess is that not many marijuana users smoke 20 joints a day, which would be equivalent to a pack a day for a cigarette smoker,” he said.

“I don’t think the smoke of marijuana is necessarily less toxic than the smoke of tobacco. It’s just that in general, people who use marijuana smoke fewer marijuana cigarettes than people who smoke tobacco,” Edelman said.

The new study was published July 2 in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

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Smoking marijuana once a week can cause coughing, wheezing and phlegm, all signs of chronic bronchitis, a new evidence review reports. ]]>


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Where to Buy Weed in Colorado Springs, CO?

Considering that both recreational and medical cannabis is now legal in Colorado Springs, there are numerous places where you can purchase it. However, with newly-opened street shops and small-scale local dispensaries, you can hardly be sure in the quality of your weed. How to protect yourself and find the best price-quality deal without making too much efforts?

Consider marijuana delivery: it is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to get high quality cannabis for a reasonable price. Potlala offers you more than just weed; this online service allows you to select best organic products with cannabis and to get them delivered to your home or office.

How to Get Weed in Colorado Springs?

With Potlala, you can get access to the wide variety of high-grade marijuana products available in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Buy online to save time and avoid troubles!

Important: Potlala does not deliver cannabis products to school, college or university-belonging territories or other public places that have appropriate restrictions.

If it is your first order, you have a chance to get a special 10$ discount! Just use the code COLORADOSPRINGSCODISCOUNT during your checkout and get a price cut.

Watch Out, There Is Low Quality Weed in Colorado Springs!

You cannot be sure in the quality of your cannabis unless you check the results of the independent lab testing. However, most small-scale manufacturers in Colorado Springs are not likely to invest in these tests. When you purchase weed from them, you step on the thin ice.

Potlala cooperates with brands that understand that quality is not something that can be compromised, so they are willing to pay for independent tests to gain the customer`s trust. Order delivery from Potlala and stay on the safe side!

Is weed legal in Colorado Springs?

Though Colorado is one of the states where both medical and recreational marijuana is now legal, Colorado Springs City Council was long unwilling to welcome cannabis in the city. Just recently, it allowed Colorado Springs residents to get marijuana deliveries, so you can order from Potlala freely.

In order to become a customer, you only need to be 18 or older. There are no other restrictions except those, which regulate the way you get your cannabis experience: no use in public places, no driving afterwards, and keeping weed away from children and teenagers.

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Taste & Smell

  • Fruity
  • Sour


  • Calm
  • Focused
  • Creative
  • Happy

Pairs Well With

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Reading
  • Studying

About this Hybrid Strain

A 2018 Cannabis Cup winner, Melonade is a delicious strain bred by Midwest Best and popularized by Alienlabs. This award-winner emits a scent that’s been compared to watermelon lemonade and produces buds that look fuzzy with loads of trichomes and orange pistils. Its dense light green tones are further lightened by the thick layer of trichomes it’s renowned for.

Melonade gets its mouth-watering terpene profile from crossing Watermelon Zkittles with Lemon Tree. Its scent isn’t as pungent as either of its two parents, which can be helpful for anyone looking for a strain with a more subtle scent.

Effects of Melonade have been described by some consumers as great for uplifting mood and allowing negativity to be lifted after a long and stressful day. This hybrid can either inspire creativity and focus or lead to sedation depending how much is consumed, according to reviewers.

A 2018 Cannabis Cup winner, Melonade is a delicious strain bred by Midwest Best and popularized by Alienlabs. This award-winner emits a scent that’s been compared to watermelon lemonade and produces buds that look fuzzy with loads of trichomes and orange pistils. Its dense light green tones… ]]>


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The 6 Best Places To Stash Weed At Home

Does it ever feel like you have no place to leave your weed? If you’re saddled down with nosy (so to speak) roommates or family members, you may be at a loss for good stash spots. We’ve compiled six of the safest and most secure spots for you to hide your weed, to help you keep your stash safe and your mind untroubled.


In an ideal world, we’d all be able to use pot openly, storing it wherever is most convenient. But unfortunately, weed is still highly stigmatised, and in most parts of the world, criminalised as well. Many cannabis users live with roommates or family members who are hostile to weed, and for these users, hiding their stash is sadly necessary.

There are several strategies you can use to keep your pot safe. We’ll address a few, along with lessons you can pull from different approaches.


Got an old computer that no longer works? Stick a pack of weed inside and toss the machine in a corner. There’s a sense of privacy around electronics, and few snoopers will go so far as to crack open your hardware. Computers and their parts are expensive, and your roommates and parents are unlikely to dispose of your computer without your permission, even if they know it’s broken.

One approach would be to unscrew off the backplate, stash some weed in the machine, and re-screw a couple of the screws, leaving the rest aside. This will hide the weed while also allowing you easy access. Just make sure you don’t do this with a “live” computer, as that could be a fire hazard. Also, you’ll want to pack your weed well, as the smell will travel easily through the computer case.


If you’ve got long hair or dreads, then why not put them to use? Tie your hair in a messy bun, and place your baggie of weed inside. This illustrates a crucial principle about hiding weed: keeping it on your person will generally be the most secure. Better yet, in most places it’s illegal to search you without your consent, unless you’re being arrested. So as long as you can avoid committing crimes, you’ll be able to avoid detection pretty reliably. Bonus: you’ll seem very cool when you pull that primo bud out of your bun!

If you’re using this strategy, you’ll want to have strong-smelling shampoo or hair oil to mask the scent of cannabis.


When it comes to hiding weed, your cat or dog might be your best friend. Just stick your baggie of weed at the bottom of the pet food bag and let it hang out. Pet food smells extremely strong, and will go far in masking the dank smell. Make sure the bag is well-sealed, as a weed-and-dog-chow mess is not something you want to deal with. This strategy obviously has drawbacks if other people will be accessing the food bag, but hey: you could offer to take on full pet feeding duties. The animals will like you more, and you’ll gain the perfect stash spot!

In the case of cats, if someone does find it, you can tell them it’s catnip. Keep in mind, this may not fool someone who has a passing familiarity with weed.


If you have the house to yourself for a day or two, consider going on a baking spree and cooking up some delicious, compact edibles. Edibles will seem like normal baked goods to most non-weed-savvy snoops, and won’t emit much of a smell (though the baking process will—which is why you need to be alone for that part).

With this strategy, your main imperative is to make sure that no one eats the edibles thinking they’re normal baked goods. You’ll need to hide them well, and stick a clear “private property” label on them.


If you have little private space, you’ll need to get creative. Taping your stash to the bottom side of a drawer can be an effective way to hide your goods from others. Note that this doesn’t mean in the drawer: it means under it.

To stash your weed under a drawer, pull out the drawer and tape your weed to the back or bottom. Then, push it back in and close it shut. From the outside, everything seems the same; little do onlookers know that drawer is now hiding some treasure! This spot should remain secure, as cohabitants will have few reasons to pull out random drawers. Make sure you practice proper smell protection for this one—you may want to place something fragrant and innocuous, like an air freshener, inside the drawer.


This one is an oldie, but a goodie. On the outside it looks like a book, and on the inside: weed. You can either buy a premade hollow book, or make one yourself. To make one yourself, start by picking a long, heavy book, preferably of boring subject matter. Wheat paste together all the pages, then paste them to the back cover. Wait for it to dry, and use a pen knife to cut a hole through the now-solid mass of pages.

Now you have a super-stealth stash holder. If you carve out some extra space, you can add an air freshener or two to help mask the smell.


As you may have gathered, the most important part of stashing your weed is to prevent smell leakage. A whiff of weed can lead a suspicious onlooker to start searching places they wouldn’t normally look—and could lead them directly to your stash.
The most important step in keeping your weed neutral-smelling is to pack it in an airtight container. Check out this article for advice on products that’ll lock in your bud’s smell, and help keep it safe.

Looking for a good place to stash your weed? Read on for six ideas for how you can keep your stash safe from prying eyes and noses. ]]>


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Growth and flowering of marijuana: How to potentiate it?

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Growth and flowering of marijuana: How to potentiate it?

Growth and flowering of marijuana. As far as the marijuana cultivation is concerned it is convenient to mention the important thing that is to apply correctly all the steps involved from his sowing up to his development where, in addition, thanks to the use of specialized products, you will be able to guarantee an optimal growth of this plant.

In base to it, across the following paragraphs you will know like to harness the growth and flowering of marijuana and to take thus, the maximum profit of his properties.

Factors to consider to promote the growth and flowering of marijuana

In the same way that it happens with other plants in relation to the fact of requiring specific conditions to subsist, to propitiate an adequate growth and flowering of the marijuana, it is necessary to generate favorable conditions taking into account the necessities and specifications that this plant demands to complete each one of the stages that conform their development.

In relation to the origin of the cannabis, alternative name attributed to the marijuana, all the varieties come from the mountain range of the Himalayas, Siberia and north of Kazakhstan, although, the Cannabis sativa used with recreational purposes is original of India, where it has been cultivated millenary.

This due to the conditions that presents in part the soil of India which concentrate a high humidity due to storms and air currents from the Indian Ocean and the Himalayas.

In addition, the incidence of the sun in this country is so potent that lately it has begun to be used to generate energy.

It is for it that, to harness the growth and the flowering of marijuana you must offer to the plant certain conditions that favor their growth. How? Choosing a site that replicates the climatic factors of the place of origin of the marijuana or cannabis.

However, in case the region where you find yourself does not provide these conditions an alternative that you can apply is to condition a space in which you can keep the plant subjected to several hours of light, nourish the soil where it is planted with the appropriate components ensuring also that it is permanently wet but without saturating it.

Kit 420 Power: Increase the performance of your marijuana plants

One of the best ways to promote the growth and flowering of marijuana is to use the Kit 420 Power 500ML, composed of three products that you must apply according to the stages of growth of your plants: Growth Accelerator, Jamaican Bloom 28 – 25 and Bazooka Bloom K30.

Each of these products contain the nutrients necessary for your marijuana plants to germinate more quickly, generate a better flowering and develop higher concentrations of THC and aroma.

If you want plants with that density of buds, you can boost them with the Kit 420 Power 500ML

How to apply the Kit 420 Power 500ML?

To ensure the effectiveness of each of these products that make up the 420 Power Kit in the process of growth and flowering of marijuana, it is recommended that you apply in the first week of each stage.

To do this you only need to dissolve 4 ml of the product in one litre of water and then disperse the contents on the plant, which will be enough for it to grow and bloom quickly.

Although these products offer the natural conditions for the plant, to obtain good results will depend largely on the correct application that is made, according to the time stipulated for each, to ensure that its action generates the desired effect in favor of the growth and flowering of marijuana.

Taking into account the effect exerted by each product in each one of the stages that conform the growth and flowering of marijuana, the way in which you will have to apply it on the plant is the following one:

  • Growth Accelerator: Applies during germination and subsequent growth. The nitrogen and amino acids of the Growth Accelerator will make your plants grow faster. In addition, their roots will be stronger and have better color.
  • Jamaican Bloom 28 – 25: Apply during flowering for higher density and concentration. Its high content in special amino acids will make your plant better transport their nutrients. With Jamaican Bloom 28-25 your buds will grow faster.
  • Bazooka Bloom K30: Now that your plants look strong, colorful and beautiful you have to enhance their flavor, aroma and effect. Apply Bazooka Bloom K30 when your plants have finished blooming and get ready for the best harvest.

What are the benefits?

The benefits offered by the Kit 420 Power by Madame Grown for the growth and flowering of marijuana are many and evident, highlighting among them the following:

  • You will not need to have knowledge in botany or chemistry to take care of your plants. We offer you a kit with what you need and the precise instructions with which you can have an easy way to optimize your culture of marijuana.
  • The potassium and other nutrients in the 420 Power Kit are all you will need for your cannabis plants to grow properly.
  • No unnecessary chemicals or pesticides that can affect your health. This means you can enjoy your plants with peace of mind.
  • Your plants will have a longer and better productive life. Plants develop and last much longer if they are in the right environment.

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What are the most popular strains of cannabis?

Cannabis exists in many varieties and sub-species. Cultivators and farmers have long been breeding different varieties with certain characteristics to create hybrids and specific strains.

Each cannabis strain has a different concentration of the cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), as well as other compounds.

Producers grow the plants to have a certain look, taste, and effect on the user and brand them accordingly.

Currently, reports on the effects of different cannabis strains come predominantly from people’s experiences. Although researchers are studying the effects of a variety of cannabis strains on a range of medical conditions, there is still a long way to go in this area.

Keep reading to learn more about cannabis strains, and which are the most popular.

Share on Pinterest Different strains of cannabis can have unique tastes and particular effects.

All strains of cannabis derive from the Cannabaceae family of plants. Some experts consider that Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa are the two main subspecies, although some people think they are separate species.

To create a strain, cultivators select a variety of traits to produce the effects they want. This is a similar process to how breeders create particular characteristics in dogs.

People often describe cannabis strains as being indica, sativa, or hybrid. Hybrid refers to a strain created by combining both indica and sativa strains.

Here are some examples of cannabis strains and the plant they derive from:

Strain name Plant species
Kush Pure Cannabis indica or Cannabis indica hybrid
Afghan Kush, Hindu Kush, Green Kush, Purple Kush Pure Cannabis indica
Blueberry Kush, Golden Jamaican Kush Cannabis indica hybrid
Diesel Haze Pure Cannabis sativa or Cannabis sativa hybrid

Many producers crossbreed cannabis plants to develop new strains with specific characteristics. Experts suggest that there are over 700 strains of cannabis.

One of the most important characteristics of a cannabis strain is the THC content. Some rules exist on naming each strain, but many producers do not name their products according to these rules.

Despite these classifications, hybridization and crossbreeding has meant that people cannot tell exactly how much THC is in a particular plant by simply looking at its physical features.

Experts suggest it is impossible to guess the composition of a cannabis plant by looking at its height, branching, or leaf appearance.

The only way to know the chemical composition of a cannabis-derived product is to analyze it in a biochemical assay.

So far, most research into the medical benefits of cannabis has focused on THC and CBD.

However, researchers and scientists remain unsure of the ideal quantities of THC and CBD that people should use for various medical conditions or recreation.

Although both THC and CBD are cannabinoids, they act differently in the body because they target different areas in the brain.

According to a 2020 article, people who use products with a higher THC content may experience psychoactive effects, such as euphoria and a greater sensitivity to things such as color and taste. However, THC also can lead to anxiety and paranoia.

CBD, on the other hand, is non-intoxicating. Some people report mild physiological effects, such as reduced anxiety when using CBD.

Animal studies suggest CBD may help improve vomiting, nausea, pain, and offer neuroprotective effects on the brain.

However, since CBD can affect mood, some experts describe it as a non-intoxicating but psychoactive compound.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have approved some cannabis-related products including:

  • two synthetic THC medications for the treatment of anorexia associated with AIDS
  • another synthetic cannabis-related product for the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with cancer treatment
  • cannabis-derived CBD for children 2 years and older who suffer from rare seizure disorders

Studies are ongoing to determine whether CBD has other physiological effects. Preliminary human data suggests CBD could benefit conditions, such as schizophrenia and even opioid addiction.

The terms indica and sativa derive from the biolgical classification of these species, which is based on physical characteristics. Cannabis indica plants are shorter and have broad, dark green leaves. Cannabis sativa plants grow taller and develop thinner, pale green leaves.

In the past, people used these terms to differentiate the cannabis plants in terms of their effects and THC or CBD content. An article in Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research seems to dispel these claims.

Previously, people believed that Cannabis indica plants contained higher levels of CBD. As a result, cultivators and dispensaries marketed indica-derived strains as a product that would lead to a more ‘relaxed high’.

Conversely, Cannabis sativa-derived strains that contained higher levels of THC would provide a more energetic high.

Many experts caution against this generalization, noting that even if this classification scheme were true, there is no way to be sure of the accuracy of any strain name.

There is no third-party agency that validates which strain names belong to indica, sativa, or hybrid.

To know exactly what is in a cannabis product, the manufacturers must analyze the product in a biochemical assay.

It is easy to see why this topic continues to cause debate. Cannabis is a complex plant, and, as of right now, there seems no obvious or simple way to categorize the various strains by ‘effect on the user.’

Each person who tries a strain of cannabis may have a different experience.

For example, some people describe the effects of Cannabis indica-derived products as sedating. However, other components of cannabis can also cause sedation, as well as other psychoactive effects. Compounds include:

  • linalool
  • myrcene
  • limonene
  • alpha-pinene

These components are often absent in a description of a cannabis-derived product, which is why some experts suggest that manufacturers should abandon naming their products as sativa or indica. Using these names is misleading and far more complex than people once thought.

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