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  • Cannabis CHEESE Strains

    Cannabis CHEESE Strains

    <p>After its introduction in 1988, Cheese has been passed for many years around a network of growers until one clone came into the hands of the Big Buddha. The Big Buddha realized that it was important and set about crossing the clone with a suitable father, a purebred landrace Afghani that a friend had brought back from Afghanistan during travels in that area.</p> <p>The result was a <b>cannabis strains </b>CHEESE strain that takes about 8 weeks to flower and was consistently a higher yielder than the original that preserved the flavor and taste well with an appealing citrus cheese strong smell, an uplifting effect.</p> <p>All of the <b>cannabis strains</b> within this list are all crosses containing a portion of this original gene.</p>

    <p>A strain is said to be "WHITE" because White Marijuana seeds varieties produce a magnificent amount of white THC crystals/pistils in the flowering stage. When the marijuana plants are ready for harvesting the buds/flowers are covered with loads of white crystallized sticky resin. Some marijuana crops have so much sparkly and shimmering THC crystals and dense hairs, that it is hard to see the green of the marijuana buds/leaves at all. Even after drying the marijuana buds/flowers are covered with a white glow.</p>

    <h2>KUSH STRAINS</h2> <p><b>Kush</b> refers to a subset of strains of <a href="" title="Cannabis (drug)">cannabis</a> <a href="" title="Cannabis sativa">indica</a>. The origins of Kush cannabis are from <a href="" title="Landrace">landrace</a> plants mainly in<a href="" title="Afghanistan">Afghanistan</a>, Northern <a href="" title="Pakistan">Pakistan</a> and North-Western <a href="" title="India">India</a> with the name coming from the <a href="" title="Hindu Kush">Hindu Kush</a> mountain range. "Hindu Kush" strains of cannabis were brought to the United States in the mid-to-late 1970s and continue to be available there to the present day.</p> <p>Kush strains were among those cultivated by the British firm GW Pharmaceuticals for its legally licensed commercial trial of <a href="" title="Medicinal cannabis">medicinal cannabis</a>.</p> <p>All of the <b>cannabis strains</b> within this list are all crosses containing a portion of this original gene.</p>

    <h2><font color="#000000">Blue Cannabis Strains</font></h2> <h3><font color="#000000">Best Blueberry Cannabis Strains</font></h3> <p><font color="#666666">When a strain is said to be a '</font><b><font color="#666666">Blue Strain</font></b><font color="#666666">', the Blue is referring to </font><b><font color="#666666">Blueberry genetics</font></b><font color="#666666">. The </font><i><font color="#666666">Original Blueberry</font></i><font color="#666666"> is an original from </font><b><font color="#666666">Dutch Passion</font></b><font color="#666666"> first developed in the late 1970's. It produces a high yield under optimum conditions and is a dense and stout plant with red, purple and finally </font><i><font color="#666666">blue hues</font></i><font color="#666666">. It is known for it's euphoric high and long shelf life, and, not to mention, its fruity skunk aroma and </font><i><font color="#666666">blueberry taste</font></i><font color="#666666">.</font></p> <p><font color="#666666">All of the strains within this list are all crosses containing a portion of this original gene.</font></p>

  • Citric Lemon flavour

    <h1>Marijuana Citric Lemon flavour</h1>
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