jesus strain

Jesus strain

This stuff is rad. Great looking little nugs (bong buddy size) with bright orange spider leg 🕷pistils. Smells exactly like floor cleaner and chemicals. The high was really invigorating for me. Smoked at around 9pm to watch a movie and ended up cleaning my kitchen and doing laundry while the movie was on. For some reason I was motivated to he productive and I like that in a strain sometimes fo sho. Lotsve character in this strain. I’d say the allbud description is spot.

Well, it smells nice and looks pretty but thats all the good things i can say about it. The “high” brings me down. Way down. I feel sadness and a depressive heaviness after smoking it. One site says its indica dominant, others claim its sativa dominant. I dont care for sativa because it affects me negatively. This is definitely sativa. ☹️ I know it’s supposed to be uplifting happy etc., but thats not my experience.

High off this Jesus OG right nurr, only a few hits though whereas I get paranoid REALLY bad REALLY easily! I feel more chilled out and sort of “in the zone” while typing this review 😳 Last couple times I smoked it I ended up sleeping for mad hours! lol but it was much needed DEEP sleep! I’m gonna smoke a little more and write another review in a little while! 🤣 Good strain, I find it more Indica though. Good to relax, zone out and sleep!

Makes me behave. Reminds me of Mr. Nice Guy. Lives up to the Jesus part not sure about the HELL?? LOL some interesting cross breads. It feels more like Indica?? But then again my doctor just adjusted my med’s and you always have to take things like that into factor. I’m a little drowsy but not from this. Great strain

Yummy Lemon Nugs roll up quickly and hits just right for the perfect body high. Wake up an smell the OG.

Jesus OG is a sativa dominant hybrid with a 20:80 indica/ sativa ratio. It is a cross between Jack's Cleaner, Hell's OG and Space Queen. The nuggets are dense light green buds, which are completely covered by trichomes. Its smell is quite different from what you would normally expect, and is simi…


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peach og strain

Peach og strain

I’m sure many have seen this line it’s sort of become cliche but I have never written a weed review until now I can’t accurately describe how amazing this strain is it’s become my new #1 favorite stealing the crown that fruity pebbles has held for a large portion of my smoking career the smell is beautiful I just want to hang nugs around my house so I can always smell it and the taste is delectable it’s much more zesty and spicy than the smell would have you think but all this pales in comparison to the buzz the couch lock you get from this strain is unlike any I’ve felt it isn’t couch lock so much as it’s just being completely satisfied so why move you don’t feel heavy you can move whenever you want and you are complete functional this strain has none of that stoner brain effect the best way I can describe the buzz is someone walks up to you and tells you tomorrow every dream you’ve ever had will come true it feels you with hope but it’s a very specific hope a hope of anticipation like something fantastic is just around the corner I’ll leave you with this try this strain now or never try it because if you end up trying it years from now you’ll regret not trying it now for the rest of your life

Peach OG is an incredibly rare indica dominant hybrid (85% indica/15% sativa) strain with relatively unknown genetics, although it is commonly agreed among cannabis users that it is a cross between OG Kush and another unknown strain. This dank bud boasts a moderate THC level that has never been t…


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How Long Cannabis Seeds Germinate?

If you’re one of those people that have to have control over everything you might find yourself wondering how long cannabis seeds germinate. The long and short of it is that it usually takes 24 to 48 hours for the cannabis seeds to germinate. If they are placed somewhere moist, warm and dark, like a cupboard or in a propagator. These are ideal places for the Cannabis seeds to germinate and they will crack out of their protective shells.

So now you know how long cannabis seeds germinate, what will happen after?

After another two days, they should have a pair of leaves then continue growing for another two weeks until they begin the vegetation period. If you are concerned that the seed cover is still on the leaf or concerned about how long the cannabis seed germination will still take, just remember the more warmth and moisture (not dampness) will accelerate the process for the Cannabis seeds to germinate and within 24 to 48 hours it should be completely out of its shell.

You could also find our FAQ Submission Where To Find Cannabis Seeds? useful.

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Why ‘The Strain’ Series Finale Ended With a “Glimmer of Hope”

[This story contains spoilers from the series finale of FX’s The Strain.]

After four seasons of sacrificial deaths and the biggest infestation of worms television has ever seen, FX’s The Strain came to a close Sunday with a series finale that closed the door for good on Eph’s (Corey Stoll ), Zach’s (Max Charles), Fet’s (Kevin Durand ) and Dutch’s ( Ruta Gedmintas ) ultimate fight against the Strigoi .

Following Setrakian’s (David Bradley) death, the resistance fighters teamed in one last bid to take down The Master (Jonathan Hyde), as led by Mr. Quinlan (Rupert Penry-Jones ) and the giant nuclear bomb Fet and company snuck into the city. In the end, The Master took out his son, Quinlan , but not before walking into an underground trap with Zach where the nuke was waiting. Although Fet had every intention of sacrificing himself and detonating the thing, it was Eph who launched himself down to the basement and faced off one final time against The Master — just as Zach realized he had been on the wrong side all along.

Although Zach shot at The Master and tried to take him out, in the end The Master transferred to Eph’s body in a gory rainfall of oozing worms. It was the last straw Zach needed to take the lead Strigoi out himself as he apologized to his father for what he had done, said “I love you” and then detonated the bomb.

Below, showrunner Carlton Cuse — who co-wrote the finale with co-creator Chuck Hogan — talks with THR about ending The Strain with a bang and what he learned from other series enders.

Was there ever a version of this finale where everybody just died in a glorious blowout?

We felt like there had to be some glimmer of hope at the end. We did actually discuss bleaker versions, but it just didn’t seem like that would be very satisfying. The audience would feel too depressed. It was too hard to contemplate not having some sort of consequential victory at the end of the series.

Was the plan to always have Zach come full circle and detonate that bomb in the end?

We embraced this idea of making this kid truly a villain, and that’s something we felt we hadn’t seen before. Yet it was fair to have him have just enough of a self-realization at the end to decide to participate in The Master’s demise. The audience was waiting for us to do some sort of massive redemption for the character and it didn’t feel that that would be fair given how villainous the character was. But this was a little bit of an unexpected twist and a bit of a more believable and earned turn for the character.

When was that conceptualized, and did recasting the role with Max Charles in the second season have anything to do with it?

We had a lot of conversations about it; it’s fair to say you can’t really construct a finale in the abstract way ahead of time. Everything is informed by the creative journey that takes you to the end. Over the last two years of the show we had a lot of conversations about what the ending would look like — it moved around a little bit. We eventually got a place where we felt like we’d made the right choices. I’m not sure people took me at my word when I said back then that we had expectations that the character was going to be a darker version, and that it was really not about the actor, it was about finding a different type of actor who could go to a much darker place. I think we proved that was true. No one expects kids or grandparents to be villainous. It’s like storytelling convention 101; those characters are supposed to be good or ultimately good. We really wanted to change that up and make Zach a horrible antagonist. Max embraced it and did a great job of bringing that character to life. With Setrakian , we also tried to avoid having him be the sentimental grandfather figure. In a lot of movies those characters play mentor figures and guides who are wise. Ultimately Setrakian was revered by his compatriots, but he certainly was not sentimental or kindly in the traditional way we see those characters.

As a fan favorite, was Fet’s survival inevitable?

We love Fet . Ultimately it felt that his survival was biblical. The first shall be last and the last shall be first. Here’s this guy who was a rat catcher, whose status was low in the world before this epidemiological crisis and yet somehow when this convulsive event strikes he’s almost the best-equipped person around to not only survive, but to help other people survive. For all that he gave he deserved to live and to win in the end.

Usually heavily serialized shows like this result in talks of spinoffs or movies; were you purposefully closing all doors to that kind of talk here by resolving all of the characters’ stories?

We never spoke of any spinoffs; we wanted this to be conclusive. And I guess in being conclusive you shut down many of the avenues for sequels. It felt like the story had an ending that was fully resolved. The Master had to be defeated at the end of the journey and once he was defeated that was kind of the end of the threat.

You’ve probably crafted more planned series finales than most showrunners , having recently wrapped A&E’s Bates Motel, too. What have you learned about that process that you wanted to convey to the rest of the team in ending this?

Particularly now in the streaming environment where shows have a life well beyond their traditional linear broadcast life, endings are really important. People watch shows and invest in them hoping they’re going to end well or at least end conclusively. So for the history and legacy of The Strain we had to define what the journey was. We had originally sold the show as being three seasons and added a fourth along the way. At one point there was talk of it being five seasons, but it really felt that four seasons was right. We wanted to bring it to an end while we still had the appropriate amount of narrative velocity going.

What I’ve learned about doing finales is that you have to try to think about your story at a 30,000-foot level and decide what kind of ending the show deserves and what kind of an ending you can craft given the type of story you’re telling. Obviously there’s controversy about the Lost ending, but I promise there was no version of the Lost ending that was about answering the unanswered questions of the show that wouldn’t have been didactic and much worse than the ending that Damon Lindelof and I crafted. Kerry Ehrin [who was the co-creator and co-showrunner on Bates with Cuse ] and I found our way to a beautiful ending with Bates Motel and it was something we had thought about for a long time — a Romeo and Juliet ending that was appropriate to the romantic tragedy of the show. And with The Strain, this epic graphic novel thriller-adventure, it needed to end with The Master being vanquished. But given the tone of the show and the way the story played out it felt that it needed to be played out at a high cost and a lot of characters had to be sacrificed for that goal.

Given that there were talks of five seasons at one point, was there anything left on the cutting room floor that you had really wanted to incorporate?

In the last season of a show you can really do anything; we wanted to not have everything finish at the end, which is why Setrakian’s story wraps in [episodes] seven and eight. So we spent all our bullets, we told the story we wanted to tell and we’re happy about it.

Looking toward the future, what is the status of the Jack Ryan series that you’re doing for Amazon?

Jack Ryan will be on sometime during 2018; it’s going great but it’s a huge and complicated show with a lot of visual effects and elaborate postproduction . It’s really good but it’s going to take us until sometime early next year just to finish all our work on the show. And then Amazon has to decide when they want to put it on.

Has the lawsuit with Paramount affected anything in the meantime?

That hasn’t had any effect on the production of the show.

You’ve also got a huge overall deal with ABC Studios. Is there anything you’re already working on that you can discuss?

I’m really excited about the new deal; I love everybody at ABC Studios, ABC and Disney but the deal is really just starting so it’s too early to talk about the specific projects. There’s going to be some cool opportunities that I’m really excited about getting going on though.

Do you have a preference between building out shows based on popular source material like Bates Motel, The Returned and The Strain or original series like Colony and Nash Bridges?

It’s really just all about good ideas, whether it’s finding a good idea from an existing IP or that a writer has or something that pops into my own brain. I don’t have any particular prejudice to one over any of the others. I love, love, love storytelling and it’s just about finding good stories.

Why ‘The Strain’ Series Finale Ended With a “Glimmer of Hope” [This story contains spoilers from the series finale of FX’s The Strain. ] After four seasons of sacrificial deaths and the


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Outdoor Mix

Having troubles deciding what to grow outdoors? Let Royal Queen Seeds make the selection easy for you with our Outdoor Mix. In each pack you will find some of our finest outdoor strains ready to handle the tough environment of outdoor guerrilla grows. These plants are especially suited to be grown outdoors due to their strong, stable structure, which prepares them for the wind and rain expected with outdoor crops.

Offered in our mix pack are Northern Lights Automatic, Royal Bluematic, Royal Moby and Power Flower. These four form the basis for our most popular outdoor varieties, which is why we felt this combination would be perfect for our outdoor mix. These plants can be grown outdoors anywhere between 47° North to 47° South. Any further north or south might require a greenhouse for the colder climates.

The two Autoflower strains will be easily noticeable from the colour of their buds, which should show tints of blue. The Royal Bluematic is the shortest plant amongst the bunch, growing under 1 m, whereas Northern Lights Automatic will grow over 1 m. Both Autoflowers will begin flowering before the other normal plants; this should be the most noticeable difference between these plants.

Royal Moby is one of our largest plants and will grow up to 3 m outdoors. Its long sativa branches combined with its overall size should make Royal Moby the easiest to identify amongst the bunch. Power Flower is an average-sized plant growing to about 1.5 m tall. Unlike the Royal Moby which will have lots of little buds spread all over the plant, Power Flower will generally grow with one giant cola in the middle. With flowering beginning later than the Autoflowers, the size of the plant as well as bud structure is the easiest way to discriminate between them.

Whether you get an Autoflower or a normal outdoor plant, we are sure you will be more than happy with the results accomplished with our Outdoor Mix. The combination will not just provide you with a variety of smoke, but also provides an excellent learning process for identification of different strains, as any cannabis connoisseur should be able to perform.

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sinmint strain

Sin Mint Cookies

Taste & Smell


  • Calm
  • Sleepy
  • Tingly

Pairs Well With

  • Going Out
  • Social Events
  • Walking in the City

About this Hybrid Strain

Sin Mint Cookies is a Sin City Treat for sure. It’s a cross between GSC and Blue Power, being a signature strain of Las Vegas’s and reported by reviewers as being incredibly potent.

Its effects have been described by many of its reviewers as heavy and euphoric, allowing social interactions to be more enjoyable which is perfect for touring Sin City, as well as keeping stressful thoughts at bay. It is a hybrid with indica dominance and many users have noted that it can cause sedation as the high wears down. Some have said they’ve used Sin Mint Cookies for inflammation, insomnia, stress, pain, and depression.

The buds of Sin Mint Cookies emit a deliciously sweet scent reminiscent of baked goods with a sharp note of mint and undertones of herbs.

THC levels can vary, so if you purchase this strain be sure to check its levels.

Sin Mint Cookies is a Sin City Treat for sure. It’s a cross between GSC and Blue Power, being a signature strain of Las Vegas’s and reported by reviewers as being incredibly potent. Its effects have been described by many of its reviewers as heavy and euphoric, allowing social interactions…


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Leafly’s cannabis strain of the day for the month of 420

Welcome to Leafly’s Strain of the day! In celebration of 420, we’ll be highlighting a new strain every weekday in April until the 20th.

Find a new favorite and be sure to pick some up on Leafly Pickup or Delivery.

This article was originally published on April 1, 2020. It was updated April 20, 2020.

Hannah Espina, Leafly Contributor

GSC, formerly known as Girl Scout Cookies, is a classic West Coast strain that needs no introduction. This OG Kush x Durban Poison baby looks at social situations through a pair of rose-colored glasses; people become more intriguing, casual attempts at jokes are a hell of a lot funnier, and it just might make you loosen up as well.

GSC is my go-to when I want to trade in my anxious, somewhat introverted, overthinker self for the chatty, happy-go-lucky, social butterfly just waiting for her moment to shine. House party with mixed company on the calendar? GSC turns my awkwardness into a good time. The icing on the cake (err, cookie) is its earthy, slightly sweet flavor profile. It hits the spot, much like a certain beloved mint cookie.

A little definitely goes a long way for me with this old standby. Just a couple of puffs is enough to kick up the euphoric vibes all evening. GSC is the best of both worlds—it stealthily straddles the line between a relaxed body high (maybe a little bit of couch lock if the moment’s right) and happy, uplifting feels. It’s like that friend who manages to be fun without overwhelming you.

I’ll be honest, my best hangouts consist of doing as little as possible with people I love and a hefty dose of stimulating conversations. And giggles. Lots of those. GSC is the strain that puts me in a perfect chill zone for many such occasions.

Happy 420 everyone!

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Pineapple Express

Justin Sund, Senior Producer, Leafly

When you work on a cannabis farm, or any farm for that matter, an alarm isn’t what wakes you up in the morning. Chirping birds wake you up. Or the daybreaking sun hunting you down through the blinds of your sweat-baked RV. Or the wafting cigarette smoke, coffee, and chatter of the other farmers outside your window, waiting to tend to a thousand-plus sun grown plants.

Growing weed commercially is tough, unrelenting, and often dumb. I had the opportunity to drain ten years of my lifeforce and joy in a mere two years of sadistic hell. So why the fork did I do it? Because of the PLANTS, man. The plants.

No matter what awoke me each morning in that stanky RV parked just outside our farm’s compound out in BFE, what actually got me out of bed was the plants. I had to see them, smell them, kiss them, hold them. And tucked in the front corner of Greenhouse 5 were my favorite plants by far: Pineapple Express.

There were only ten of them—a measly amount compared to other strains on the grounds—but I just freakin’ loved them. I loved them so much. They were tall, not too bushy, and the hue of a perfect Bartlett pear.

The buds were plump and juicy like ripe green blackberries. And the smell? Jesús Cristo—the best! If opening a fresh jar of Pineapple Express nugs is like cracking a cold, crisp Mango White Claw on a schteamy day, the smell of the full-on plant is like taking a bath in POG juice while sipping a spiced-rum-spiked mango lassi.

If you find Pineapple Express at your local haunt, do not hesitate, buy it! Not only will it smell amazing, but it also has a great high: potent and sprightly (I love puffing PineEx for outdoorsy stuff and group activities).

The nugs are small but dense and a nice bright lime green with tangerine hairs. And remember, somebody loved that plant. That gorgeous lady got farmers out of bed every morning. And they spent 4-6 months tending to her, feeding her, and loving her. Just for you.

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Original Glue

David Downs, California Editor, Leafly

Diesel. Chocolate. THC. Joy.

What’s not to like about the popular modern strain Original Glue (formerly known as GG4, or Gorilla Glue)?

Original Glue is what you take a binger of after a long day of work when you need to zap those memories like the mind-eraser pen in Men in Black.

It looks gorgeous and smells phenomenal—shiny, sparkling, and crystalline, with a pungent piney-fuel smell and a chocolate bottom.

It’s got bling and bag appeal, baby.

Greatness begets greatness, and Original Glue comes from it. The best way to describe it is a triple-back-crossed Diesel to Chocolate Thai, which explains where those fuel terpenes come from.

As for the name, Breeder Josey Whales naturally was reminded of Gorilla Glue, on account of how sticky it is. There he was, trimming a test batch when the phone rang, and the receiver stuck to his resinous hand like in the commercials.

Josey and Lone Watty, founders of GG Strains, brought the 4th child Gorilla Glue (hence GG4) to market in the late ‘10s. Clone-only and closely held, it swept Cups thanks to its stand-out gas notes and test-topping THC. Original Glue punches through the haze of other competitive cultivars all day, judges will tell you.

As for effects, they’re intense and hybridized . The high THC and peppery, citrus, and herbaceous terps can make pulses race. A keening, euphoric, anxious high settles into long-lasting relaxation and sedation for veteran tokers only.

Bubbler and bong loads are in order. Joints seem decadent. Fat joints—dubbed donks—seem downright depraved.

It’s for all these reasons and more that you can find Original Glue from coast to coast and continent to continent—in loose flower, prerolls, vape pens, and seeds. It’s the botany of desire, 2020 edition, running $60 for a good eighth-ounce, ideally $45 out the door. But what’s the price of nirvana?

New GG strains continue to hit big, but throw it back to a top shelf, stanky, gassy, dense, shiny nug of the original on 4/20. Put on that new album. Turn off your phone. You’re welcome.

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Pat Goggins, Senior Editor, Leafly

I love a sweet-smelling weed strain. The fragrance jumps out of the bag and travels down to your mouth, and you can taste it before you even spark up. Keep your diesels and glues far away from me—I want the cookies and kushes.

So Do-Si-Dos is a match made in heaven—a mysterious GSC descendant crossed with a rare OG Kush pheno (its name comes from the GSC). It’s bright and warm, light green in color, with dark orange pistils that almost look red. It’s also full of sweet limonene , known for relieving stress and anxiety. And with all that kush in there, it’s got that classic heavy indica feel.

This strain is danky, earthy, and comes on quick, gently flowing into your head. It’s great for getting creative or having a philosophical chat with a friend.

I wish I had some amazing story to tell you about Dosi. About the time I saw my favorite band with a joint of it, or the time I trespassed to check out a view of the city, only to be chased by a rabid dog.

No such experience.

But not all weed has to be a crazy wild time. Sometimes you just need a daily driver at the end of the night to take you around your own thoughts and imagination.

All my best experiences with Dosi have been in the comfort of my own home, reading, writing, listening to music, just generally chilling out; or at a friend’s place, coming to mind-blowing realizations about life and the world around, only to forget them in the morning.

If I did confront that rabid dog with Dosi, I probably would have tried to use telepathy to talk it down, or imagined I had wings and could fly far away from it. I don’t think it would have ended well.

So for those nights when you’ve had a long day, or for rainy days when you’re stuck inside and looking to take a journey without going anywhere, or those times when you just want to chill the hell out, check out some Do-Si-Dos.

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White Widow

Emily Resling, Creative Lead, Leafly

I hit weed for different reasons in different seasons, but when I want to feel emotionally and physically relaxed, and still be functional, focused, and able to hold a conversation? I reach for White Widow .

If something aches and I want relief? White Widow.

If I want a head high and a body buzz, and want my brain to wind down, not up, and I don’t want spikes of frenetic energy (but sometimes I do!)—White Widow.

In this hugely different season of isolation, White Widow is my most constant companion (besides my husband and our two cats).

As a bonus, she has a great earthy spice flavor, a big aroma, and the flower is beautiful, a bright lime green dusted in white crystals. The kind of bud you can stare at forever if you happen to find yourself with nothing else to do.

It’s pretty easy to find White Widow in any legal market. Now is a good time to support your local cannabis retailer, and you can send an order for pickup through Leafly. Enjoy!

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Durban Poison

Christie Brydon, Leafly Contributor

With a name that’d make your mother cringe and with descriptors like “energizing” that conflict with typical stoney expectations, Durban Poison might not be the first strain you try.

When I got my first vape pen, I knew it’d mostly come into play during the daytime while out and about. I looked for an upbeat strain and followed an excellent recommendation for Durban Poison. Famously uplifting and energizing, this sativa is rich in fruity terpinolene. In more relatable terms—it’s supercharged sunshine.

This plant magic perks me up every time. A day with Durban Poison is pleasantly hazy, with effects like increased attentiveness and focus, which can lead to buzzy conversations. It’s the kind of weed you bring to a picnic or a day hike—and it loves a Saturday with no agenda. Brew a Chemex and load a bowl and enjoy the sunshine however you want.

Durban Poison really showed up for me on an afternoon when I was drinking alcohol, something I rarely do. After a long cycle of eat, drink, repeat (the only way of life in Portland, as far as I know), the day was desperate for a pivot. The promise of a lively night was fading quickly. Fortunately, I had a joint in my pocket and a quiet neighborhood to wander.

Soon, all the undesirable elements of that all-day happy hour faded. The lethargic cloud parted ways, while the Durban sunshine streamed through with a renewed sense of optimism and playfulness. It was like cherry-picking the good parts of day drinking and dissolving the rest.

It turned the night around, and fortunately, we were around the corner from an arcade. You know the claw game, where you make futile attempts to pick up a stuffed animal? Amped in the Durban Poison zone, I absolutely dominated .

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Sour Diesel

Emily Resling, Creative Lead, Leafly

There should never be a legendary strains list that fails to include Sour Diesel.

Actually, I’m fairly certain that couldn’t happen. That’s like excluding Cheech & Chong from a recap of counterculture heroes of the ‘70s.

Sour Diesel, or Sour D, as she’s called by her legion of fans (raises hand), is a beloved strain for all levels of consumers, who enjoy and/or require weed for different reasons, in every type of market from legal, to kind-of legal, to fully hostile.

A lot of amazing strains come into your life when you live somewhere that goes legal. But Sour D can appear in your life no matter what kind of legal environment you’re in. She’s that good. Her appeal is universal.

She’s an alluring bright green with delicate ginger hairs throughout. She smells amazing with complex aromas of strong citrus and spice. The kids (21+) would say she’s gassy (that’s a compliment).

Most notably, she doesn’t make you wait. You feel the effects of Sour D immediately. There are a lot of wonderful strains that reward you for waiting a few minutes between tokes. Sour Diesel rewards you as you exhale your first hit. She’s cerebral, peaceful, giggly, utterly reliable. You go up up up … and then stay up. She’s like magic! Ahhhh, weed magic. Sparkles emoji.

Everyone wants Sour D around. Medical consumers rely on her. Social consumers stockpile her. Talk to your friends and you’ll hear that she’s a go-to, a fall back, a long-time favorite, great for house guests from out of town.

If you haven’t yet enjoyed the dreamy, uplifted, extended bliss of Sour Diesel and you think you might need to go find some (you do), she’s easy to become obsessed with. Love at first light.

You’ve been warned. Now go get her and bring her home.

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David Downs, California Editor, Leafly

Whoever said there’s nothing new under the sun hasn’t smoked Zkittlez.

This fragrant, flavorful, and potent modern cannabis strain demands your attention this 4/20. Go ahead and splurge on a top-shelf cut of it.

An award-winning group of growers and hashmakers—”3rd Gen Fam”—popularized Zkittlez in 2016. But even they admit it was a gift from a grower named Gas Station Bob.

It’s reported to be a three-way cross of Grape Ape, Grapefruit, and something.

My favorite part about Zkittlez is that its looks can be deceiving. Those aren’t the diamonds of MAC or Wedding Cake. Zkittlez looks OK. It can be downright rangy. It’s hard to grow. But it doesn’t matter. Break open a nug and stick your nose in.

Thick, rich, luxurious waves of berry dank-liciousness emanate. When smoked or vaped, gobs of sweet, tropical terpenes will fill your nostrils, and a relaxed, euphoric sedative effect soon follows. It’s not grassy thin, it’s like syrup. It somehow smells expensive; a perfumer’s delight.

This is not daytime, productive weed. It hits the hippocampus like, “Where were we?”

And then, “Where are we?”

For the weed nerds, award-winning Zkittlez tests high in humulene, linalool, limonene, and nerolidol. Plus some rare citronellol. All on a huge caryophyllene back.

Novices will shrug and say, “This smells like good weed.” And that’s fair. Zkittlez rewards all types of smokers.

It’s maybe best as fat joints like they do in the Humboldt hills, where you can face the most direct flavor. Thin joints won’t do. The bud is too oily. Pinners go out.

Zkittlez is great in bong loads or pipes. It’s also superb to vape. The huge terp bouquet really perfumes the vapor.

In 2020, Zkittlez is now a global brand, found from Seattle to Los Angeles to Detroit. It’s grown from Santa Barbara to Salinas to Humboldt and has spawned dozens of new crosses. Cypress Hill rapper B-Real considers it a top 5 strain of all time. Zkittlez’ DNA is here to stay.

For their part, 3rd Gen Fam has moved on to new strain The Gak, another mysterious gift from the remote hills of Humboldt. Another hopeful glimpse of cannabis’ ever-unfurling, gob-smacking, technicolor horizon.

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OG Kush

Christie Brydon, Leafly Contributor

Oh, OG Kush, you worthy legend.

It’s hard to succinctly write about the strain that has inspired so many others. Selected by endless growers for crossbreeding, OG Kush continues to give way to soothing, stimulating, creative strains. Stemming from Hindu Kush (and parent of the equally standout GSC), this iconic lineage is forever a favorite.

To me, OG Kush is a safe space. It feels like the comfort of the most welcoming living room, wherever you are. That makes it an easy place to start with cannabis, or with navigating strain names at the dispensary. Add any word (Bubba, Triangle, Kosher, Vanilla) or place (San Fernando Valley, Tahoe) and you’re still holding the promise of a good time.

Now, I’m not saying I brought OG Kush to Burning Man, but it’s possible that OG Kush brought itself to Burning Man and made its way into my lungs, and if that did happen, it might explain how I wandered wide-eyed and free through life-sized artwork and dusty-pillow-lined camps, awash in a swirly appreciation for the sights and sounds of the most engaging (and overwhelming) art festival in the world.

In an environment of extreme heat and constant stimulus, OG Kush provided a soft place to land—and then took off like a magic carpet, flying me around so I could observe the beautiful chaos while calmly nestled into the serene part of my brain.

When the night is winding down but your head is still buzzing, OG Kush is your friend. You know that moment when you get home very, very late and you realize that tomorrow’s going to, um, hurt? OG Kush paves a little runway for your party-going jet to touch down, from high-flying to soft landing.

OG Kush will turn the proverbial volume down, light the incense, turn on the salt lamp, and let your imagination spread its wings—which, IMHO, is the quintessential cannabis experience. Happy 420, OG Kush. We love you.

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Hannah Espina, Leafly Contributor

There are some people who seem to breeze through life without being hounded by anxiety or stress. I am not one of those people. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve collected enough tools in my toolkit over the years to manage the day-to-day pressures of being an adult human in 2020. But let’s be real, there are times that call for a little more than meditation.

Enter Gelato, a heavy-handed strain that feels like getting a hug from Mr. Rogers himself. One hit instantly teleports me into a warm and fuzzy alternate version of this world. It’s a great strain to mentally decompress with while happily jamming out to a favorite record. For me, it manifests as an intense, whole-body buzz, but it doesn’t instantly dismiss going out and being social as a bad idea, either.

Gelato’s enticing, dessert-like aroma and flavor is a sweet result of crossing Thin Mint GSC and fruity Sunset Sherbet. Delicious as Gelato may be, it’s a potent strain that should be approached with restraint if you’re a newcomer. Like a sugar rush from an ice cream binge (don’t judge!), Gelato has an impressively quick onset time. You might even feel its euphoric effects while exhaling your first hit. Tasty and efficient, Gelato is here to deliver happy, relaxed vibes.

Will Gelato make you a happier, less anxious, overall better person? Maybe. But what I will say is that Gelato can help bring out your glass-half-full side when you need to recalibrate.

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Jack Herer

Emily Resling, Creative Lead, Leafly

There’s a small but mighty crew at Leafly known (to ourselves) as Team Terpinolene. Sure, nobody here has heard of us. But if Team Terpinolene could get all of HQ in a big smoke sesh and pass around Jack Herer…Team Terpinolene (and Jack Herer) would find a lot of new supporters. Terpinolene is the primary terpene in Jack Herer. Terpinolene is GOOD y’all. FUN.

But I’m here to honor and gush over Jack Herer, all-up.

If you like your highs focused, energetic, hella creative, with that buzzy “whoa hey” stoniness rolling through your body every so often, Jack Herer is fantastic. I like Jack Herer when I exercise or when I’m on a Zoom call with 10 of my socially distanced BFFs.

Jack Herer is a daytime buddy. Bliss level: high. Energy: high. High: high. I seek out this strain in the 15%-19% THC range, and when I find it, I hit it for a flood of optimism and motivation.

If you discover you L-O-V-E Jack Herer like Team Terpinolene does, you might love other terpinolene-heavy strains, too. Here are some to look for.

P.S. “Herer” rhymes with “terror,” a fact that human Jack Herer enjoyed quite a bit. If you aren’t up on your 420 legends, might I suggest you settle in with this little nugget of history? Preferably while high.

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Wedding Cake

Christie Brydon, Leafly Contributor

Last summer, my best friend got married. In a mind-bending reminder of life before social distancing, this was a five-day affair on a lake with barbecues, boats, and about, oh, two hundred people who traveled from all over the country. Every day held another event, where friends and relatives from all stages of life and all branches of the family tree came together, attempting to connect with the help of alcohol and small talk.

The night before the wedding, a small group of us attended the rehearsal dinner, experiencing all the usual wedding complexities of strangers meeting strangers and night-before butterflies. After the plates were cleared, I gathered everyone in the backyard and brought out some of Seattle’s finest Wedding Cake.

Imagine a wayward circle of friends, uncles, half-siblings, middle school classmates, and parents, cannabis enthusiasts and skeptics alike, passing around two sizable (and pre-pandemic) joints in a half-giggly, half-awkward fashion. Eyes met. Walls went down.

Twenty minutes later, I looked around. The uplifting sparkle of this limonene-dominant, GSC-lineage strain had taken hold. Our once-cautious circle had drifted into two haze-happy clusters, each absolutely doubled over in laughter, talking about everything from apples to outer space. “Sparked joy” only begins to describe it.

In that moment, it clicked: Wedding Cake. At a wedding. Of course. Amidst all the sometimes-stifling traditions of marriage, we managed to subvert one with an ego-dissolving, sociable substitute. And it was perfect.

That year, Wedding Cake continued to dominate.

Every time I asked for it, budtenders would light up (metaphorically speaking), so excited to share a strain they clearly loved. Soon after, a local dispensary ran a promotion that compared the popular strain from three different growers, celebrating its delectable variability. (One of them was absolute fire for intimacy, by the way.)

And of course, soon after, Leafly named it the 2019 strain of the year. This high-THC, stimulating yet soothing strain has earned its place at the top.

“If you love it so much, why don’t you marry it?”

I do, Wedding Cake. I do.

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Blue Dream

Justin Sund, Senior Producer, Leafly

If sculptor Gutzon Borglum was tasked with carving a Mount Rushmore of cannabis, the first chisel would be struck on the face of Blue Dream. You can’t deny it. Look me straight into my dry, bloodshot eyes and tell me that wouldn’t be true.

Here at Leafly nobody wanted to touch this article. Nobody here wants to write a strain review about our friend Blue Dream, and here’s why: It’s not cool to like Blue Dream. We’ve all moved on from that old chestnut, right? We’re more bougie than that now.

But, I think Blue Dream is secretly in most folks’ cannabis pantheon. Ultimately, I think we’re all too chickenshit to admit that Blue Dream could possibly be the most perfect strain of the modern marijuana movement. Certainly one of the most important.

So why are we afraid to admit it’s awesome? I believe it’s because Blue Dream is intrinsically tied to our coming-of-age story with cannabis. It reminds me of the first craft beer I ever drank: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.

As I took my first few sips, the floral bubbles tickled my taste buds and my brain foamed with delight. This isn’t Bud Light or Olympia or Grain Belt, this is something completely different. And in that moment, my eyes were opened so wide that I couldn’t help but look around and notice, “Hey, there’s MORE to this goddamn world!”

I think many of us had a similar moment with Blue Dream—that sesh when you realized there was more out there than dirt weed. Blue Dream, for many, was an important stepping stone on our cannabis journey. Blue Dream was our Sierra Nevada moment, but we just don’t want to look back. To look back at it is to acknowledge a time when we were less informed. Less savvy. Less bougie. As human beings we want to move forward. But a strain like Blue Dream is worth turning back for.

Blue Dream is that beer you hate to love. It’s that fast food joint you sneak to without your partner. It always feels good and always tastes great. Blue Dream is the weediest of weed and consistently consistent. Somebody seriously struck gold when they crossed Blueberry with Haze —it’s a near-perfect mélange of all things cannabis should be.

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Granddaddy Purple

Adam Pallay, Former Education Editor, Leafly

You would think a strain with such a reputation would have a history that dates back further than 2003, but that just speaks to the cultural impact Granddaddy Purple has.

A cross between Purple Urkle and Big Bud, this beautiful purple flower gives me a stony head high and intense body relaxation. This is definitely not a strain you want to smoke when you have important things to get done, but if you are looking forward to a quiet evening on the couch and a good night sleep, it’s perfect!

What I also love about this iconic strain is that you can easily identify it by smell. Heavy in myrcene and caryophyllene, GDP sits at the bottom of your nose, smelling of sweet berries, herbaceous pines, and wet earth. For many, we know it when we smell it.

With so many strains to choose from and new strains coming out all the time, when I see a strain like Granddaddy Purple that comes with over a decade of history, I pay attention. It has something special to offer. It’s a strain that’s so good, it has left a lasting impression on the cannabis community as a whole—we want to return to it again and again.

Even if you can’t find Granddaddy Purple at your local pot shop, there’s a good chance it’s somewhere in the genetics of something else on the shelf: Grandpa’s Breath and Brandywine are two of my favorite strains with GDP in their genetics. Both offer similar effects for me and are just as delicious. Enjoy!

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Variety 80% Indica and 20% Sativa
THC level 28%
Difficulty Advanced
Flowering Time 53 days

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