APRIL: Royal Kush, a cross between the famous Skunk #1 and oh-so-potent Afghani, is an Indica-dominant strain favored by patients with such ailments as insomnia, loss of appetite, pain relief, inflammation, nausea and anxiety.As a plant, Royal Kush has extremely long leaves, making for easy light-absorption. She is suitable for indoor as well as outdoor growth
MAY: Holland's Hope is an indica-dominant strain of cannabis that is popular with outdoor growers, due its resistance to mold and pests. The strain first originated in the 1980s, and was one of the first popular Dutch strains.
The strain was one of the first cannabis varieties designed for tough outdoor conditions. This strain was named for its ability to produce excellent results in a wet and changeable summer, giving hope to Holland's outdoor growers
June: Girl Scout Cookies' plants can be grown indoors or outdoors. This strain is more suitable for growers with some experience. You may take some extra care when growing GSC but the effort will pay off in the end. Buds will have a variety of green and purple shades with orange hairs. There is a fresh minty like smell during flowering. It has a mild, but sweet minty spearmint taste with a hint of sweetness. It has a complex taste so reviews may differ.
July: The A-train is a hybrid between Afghani Mazar i Sharif and the clone-only Arcata e-32 Trainwreck. Trainwreck is one of the more infamous plants; many stories surround its beginnings and its name derived from a train wreck.
October: SOUR GRAPE
Arguably on of the best tasting medications around, Sour Grapes also has a potency that few other strains are able to compete with.
The sweet, sour, grapey and candy-like flavor of this Indica-dominant bud is followed by a most euphoric body high that won't land you in a hopeless case of couch-lock but it will make laying down extremely comfortable.
Snowcap is a potent sativa with a nice lemony scent with a hint of menthol. The effects are decidedly cerebral and should trigger creativity, happiness, and a case of the giggles. Believed to be a hybrid of Humbalt Snow and an unknown Haze.
Grape Ape is mostly an indica strain that crosses Mendocino Purps, Skunk, and Afghani. Named for its distinct grape-like smell, this indica is known for providing carefree relaxation that can help soothe pain, stress, and anxiety.
Similar to the likes of Blue Dream, Chemdawg, or OG Kush, the Green Crack strain has become a staple in the cannabis industry. It is a Sativa-dominant hybrid known to be very racy, with genetics linking to Skunk #1 and an unknown strain.
“Green Crack is a Sativa-dominant Hybrid with genetics linking to Skunk #1 (Sativa) and an unknown strain.”
This strain’s famously compact bud structure, bright burnt orange hairs, and spicy/sweet flavor makes it obvious why Green Crack is so popular among MMJ patients. A good batch of Green Crack will typically produce smooth, sweet tasting smoke that seems to coat your mouth with an intense aftertaste of lemons.
Bruce Banner #3 is a combination of OG Kush (now thought to be Ghost’s OG or perhaps the SFV OG) and Reservoir Strawberry Diesel, resulting in a racy and extremely potent Sativa experience. The OG Kush has a heavy influence on the smell, which is spicy and citrusy, with a light, sweet quality that comes through from the Strawberry D
Casey Jones combines an excellent sativa mother, a Trainwreck x Thai, with an outstanding male from Rezdog’s Sour Diesel v3 line. The mother originated from Billy Goat Seed’s Oriental Express cross. She has a very sweet flavor, and a heady transcendent high.
Her short, blocky frame screams “Indica”, Killer purple defines the meaning of the word. She will weigh you down until you’re forced to submit, her midnight purple flowers are a force to be reckoned with. Killer Purple is a pure indica of an unknown origin. Not much is known about this plant since its first appearing in the British Columbia Area in the Early 1990’s. She had managed to get into several gardens of leading Washington State cannabis activists and gained popularity quickly for her intense high and ability to turn purple in all weather conditions. Since the rise in seed distribution Killer Purple has become something of an urban legend, unable to survive the competition in most gardens it has become a plant of unicorn like notoriety.
Bob Saget is an interesting Sativa in that it has such a strong Indica influence genetically, but the plant itself is extremely Sativa in growth pattern. This dichotomy shows in the effects, which start off very Hazy, cerebral, visual, and energetic, and then covert into a stoney, sedate, mind-wandering state that borders upon a "crash" later in the duration. Bob is one of those strains that you can smoke again an hour later and get right back to where you were, and the ceiling is rather high as well, with little tolerance buildup due to regular use. Due to the relaxing second half, it's normally best as an early evening strain, though smoking on it all day will keep the user's mind active and stave off the typical Sativa crash which often comes as the 2nd hour of effects approaches.