Blue dragon weed strain Blue dragon weed strain is an Indica dominant hybrid marijuana strain with an Indica / Sativa
The sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain Deadhead OG emits a scent that?s of pine and fresh earth, with undertones of diesel. Its buds are an array of mossy greens, having amber and yellow pistils with a thin layer of trichomes. THC levels have been known to reach 25%, so this strain isn?t recommended for the novice consumer. Its high will uplift the spirits almost immediately, cause normal situations to become seemingly funnier ?, so bouts of the giggles are possible ? and alleviate the symptoms of depression and anxiety. This strain lasts longer than most in the system (2+ hours). Your focus may improve as well as introspective thoughts. After the high begins to wear down, the consumer may feel tired. Adverse effects include dizziness, paranoia, and anxiety when consuming above tolerance levels. Dry mouth and eyes are typical. It takes about nine weeks for Deadhead OG to flower fully.
Super Glue is a potent strain, and has a whopping average THC level of 28%. If you?re not careful with a strain like Super Glue, you?ll be stuck to the couch like glue thanks to its heavily sedating effects. Besides that, this strain has a spicy and citrusy flavor profile, for an ultra earthy and refreshing smoke.
White Fire OG (also known as WiFi OG or simply WiFi) is a hybrid marijuana strain known for its uplifting and cerebral effects. White Fire OG is made by crossing Fire OG and The White. This strain features notable aromas that are sour and earthy. Consumers say that White Fire OG is ideal for social and cretive activities without leaving you drowsy. One Leafly user notes "WiFi OG is probably my number one strain. It helps massively with my anxiety. It's a very energetic and bubbly high for me." Medical marijuana patients choose this strain to treat anxiety, depression, cancer, glaucoma, pain and appetite loss. The appearance of this strain resembles a dusty snowfall of crystals. According to growers, many phenotypes of