Here is some diesel dawg. Diesel Dawg is a close relative to Sour Diesel, chem dawg, and ultimately OG Kush. Check out the pics , this stuff is excellent…
Here is some more purple monkey balls. I really like this strain. I find it often to be more potent that most other purples out right now. It has a spicy unmistakable smell and the high is great. Check this indica out.]
Here is another example of Headband. This sour diesel and og kush cross was grown in soil organicly. It’s good to see that this strain can thrive and produce heavy dence thc soaked nugs. Headband has emerged as the most demanded strain in the California Medical Marijuana scene. This hybrid produces the heavy sedating effects of OG Kush with an added head change from the sativa in it.
Here is some Sour Diesel. This is an excelent example of text book sour diesel. The traits I look for in identifying Sour Diesel is usually the color of the hair. Sour Diesel has a distinct orange tint to the hairs. Sour Diesel is a close relative to OG Kush created in the mid-nineties. Sour Diesel while being a sister of OG Kush is primarily a Sativa producing a clear and energizing high. This is some of the best Sour Diesel i’ve seen in years.
Here’s another example of the “707 Headband”. This super potent OG Kush Hybrid is some of the most desired smoke in California. Some users even report a feeling of having a headband on as one of the effects from smoking this flower.
This is the Black Sunday OG Kush. It’s another OG Kush variation that’s found in the San Fernando Valley. These nugs are cured well and are covered in so much THC laden trichomes the texture is “crispy”. When you take a lighter to the nugs they snap and crackle with dankness. This bud is obviously an Indica and lives up to its reputation. The high sets on quick and leaves you tired and burned out after. The only cure is to smoke more or fall asleep. With nugs like these it’s easy to see why this is the king of Marijuana right now, commanding the highest price on the streets and through legal Medical Marijuana Dispensaries.
Here’s a brand new strain coming out of Northern California. It’s called “Chem Band” and it’s a cross of Chem Dawg and Head Band. Chem Dawg is a legendary strain and Head Band is a relatively new strain. Head Band is a cross of Sour Diesel and OG Kush. Head Band is then crossed with OG Kush one more time. You can easily see the Sour Diesel traits in these nugs. From the signature orange colored hairs to the structure of the bud calyx’s, they’re pretty close. The medicating effect or “high” from this bud is out of this world. Your heart starts beating fast, you eyes become red, and you feel like talking and laughing. Look for this strain to gain popularity in the near future…
He some OG Kush grown from the SFV cut. The San Fernando Valley is one of the original areas that OG Kush because popular. There are atleast 20 variations of OG Kush that I have come across in my time. Each one has subtle differences. These nugs have distinct dark green leaves. The trichomes on these nugs are plentiful and very clear. This stuff has a smell that is awesome, smells like fuel and skunks mixed together. The high produced off this strain is very uplifting and long lasting.
Here’s some Tahoe OG Kush. Some people claim that Lake Tahoe California is the birthplace of OG Kush. It’s widely known that chem dawg is the mother of OG Kush. The story goes that a cut of “91 Chem Dawg” came through Lake Tahoe and cross pollinated itself and mutated into what we now know as OG Kush. What ever happened this is some great weed that demands a higher price than any other strain.
Check out this diesel dawg. Diesel Dawg is the building block to many in demand strains that are out today. A Hybrid of Sour Diesel and Chem Dawg this sativa will knock your socks off. With is roots in Northern California this is the strain that made its way all the way out to New York City to create their NYC Diesel. A Close relative to this strain is also the infamous “OG Kush” that is all the rage in southern california.