Flavor/Aroma: This strain smells of sweet fruit with a strong eucalyptus and pine scent mixed in.
Typical Effects: Dutch Treat is just that, a treat! Once consumed, this flower provides an uplifting, giggly, and euphoric effect, relieving stress in the body and mind, stimulating creative and uplifting thoughts. In heavier amounts, this Indica dominant strain can be great for insomnia, providing a euphoric ease of mind that allows you to drift away into a blissful slumber. Try this strain in the evening to end your day with a happy and relaxed mindset, care-free and pain-free. Try just a toke or two for a social and creative uplift, ideal for a fun weekend out and about.
Appellation: Lake County
Strain History:Descendant of Northern Lights
Light Deprivation (or Light Dep for short) is a method of reducing the light cycle of flowering plants. Light deprivation crops are grown in a greenhouse that can be fully enclosed to block out any natural sunlight for 2-3 hours before sunset each day. This extra “night” tricks the plant into flowering earlier, rather than continuing to veg, allowing them to reach adolescence more quickly than they would if left to mother nature. The method still utilizes natural sunlight to complete the process. Utilizing this method allows cultivators an extra rotation per year, reducing overhead and increasing average yield from indoor growing.
Flavor/Aroma: This timeless OG possesses an earthen, hash-like aroma. It can be rather mild in flavor, with just hints of pine under the earthen smoke.
Typical Effect: This strain can be immensely peaceful. Its effects have the ability to tranquilize an otherwise anxious mind, allowing for a soft relaxation to replace worry. Once the mind is untroubled it is easier for the body to follow suit, which is when the physical effects of this strain come into play. Intoxicating waves of heavy-eyed sleepiness drown out pain and tension, making this an ideal option for aiding sleep.
Appellation: Sonoma County
Strain History: Chemdawg? X Hindu Kush?