|PLANT TYPE||45% Indica 55% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 24%|
|CBD||< 1% CBD|
|CLIMATE||Indoors and sunny climate|
|YIELDS||14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft|
Deep Down The Big Sur Coast… High On LSD (weed that is)
After Jade hunting and medicating down on the beach. It was time to start walking up the 30 min. long trail through the poison oak tunnel. The LSD strain gave me plenty of energy to enjoy the walk up through nature, in all its splendor (scratch, scratch). When I finally made it up to HWY 1, I loaded up the van and drove up to Nepenthe restaurant, where the music sounded sweet, the food tasted better and I was exhausted from having a wonderful day…
The LSD marijuana strain was named for its extreme psychoactive properties… (In case you needed that little piece of clarification). The LSD marijuana genetics, freely waves pots freak flag high in the sky. As one of the more psychoactive marijuana plants out on the market today, theMazar strain was probably best-known about 20 years ago when it was just the “new kid on the block.” LSD has often been compared with its slightly more popular and famous cousin the “White widow” for sharing similar strain traits and flower structure, as well as it’s medicated effects.
As both of these strains are hybrids; meaning that they are a cross between an Indica genetic and a Sativa. The Mazar tends to be a more Indica dominant strain, thereby showing those traits of a deep sedated mind. As one might guess from its name; which is a not so veiled reference to its Afghani Roots. The name Mazar was derived from Afghanistan’s fourth largest city Mazar -E- Sharif which is the home to this wonderful strain.
The flavonoids with in the LSD bud tends to lean towards the earthier / woody side of the spectrum with a musty dank sweetness.
Most interesting of all is how this flower lives up to its namesake LSD! An experience that wasloaded with vivid and euphoric thoughts of bliss and serenity… The elevated nature of this hardy indica strain was deep and profound. While the high tends to be more of the body type in nature, the strongest sensation was the super psychedelic effect it had on my vision. For some reason the purple and blue spectrums of the sunlight were dancing off the oceans glimmer, as I was deep down the Big Sur coast when first trying this strain.
Thanks Big Sur for allowing me to trip on your LSD weed.