Indica Dominant

Genetics: Skunk #1 x Mazar

Pros: Very Stoney, Psychoactive high, Powerful body buzz, Cerebral high, Euphoric, and “trippy”

Cons: Not for beginners, Cottonmouth, Dry eye, Dizziness, Headaches, Paranoia

** Keep in mind that all Cannabis is going to effect everyone differently. Therefore, you may get one or two negative side effects, or none at all. 

Medicinal Use: Stress, Anxiety, Chronic Pain, Depression, and Insomnia, Nausea and Vomiting, Anorexia, Spasticity, Movement Disorders, Glaucoma, Epilepsy, Asthma, Psychiatric, Autoimmune Disease, and Inflammation

Growing Conditions: Resistant to disease and mold, and does very well in most growing conditions. Flowering time is approximately 8-9 weeks. The THC content has been measured up to 24% with a CBD of 1.3%. Above average crop yield with an average height of 50-60 cm.

Flavor/Aroma: Earthy chestnut with a sweet musky/skunky smell. Some say it smells like a vanilla cupcake. However, it isn’t overpowering and tends to have a light aroma.


LSD was originally created by Barney’s Farm in Amsterdam. It was a well known Coffee Shop strain before it made it over to the states. It is a hearty grower with little problems. LSD is very resistant to mold, and some say it has a similar smell to Northern Lights. This is not a Strain for beginners as it is very stoney and may come on too strong, especially right behind the eyes. “Lollipopping” is not recommended for this strain, as the stalk does not adjust well to the dramatic pruning. Naturally a disease resistant strain; However, try to keep it drier toward the end of the cycle to make sure and keep that mold out of your buds that can occur with too much humidity. It is also considered a difficult strain to grow for beginners, so keep that in mind as well.


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