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my husband has health issues, this has been one of the best that he has used. Dark green on the outside of the bud & a amber yellow green on the inside. Fine crystal trichomes are caked on the dense buds that have short burnt orange hairs. As for the scent & flavor well let's just say it is unusual. Sugar Cookie is an indica-dominant hybrid with an aromatic sweetness that is likely to have influenced this strain’s name. You might think this hybrid belongs in the same family as the famed Girl Scout Cookies, but its genetics say otherwise. Sugar Cookie is a three-way cross between Crystal Gayle, Blue Hawaiian, and Sensi Star, together passing on the resinous qualities of a Northern Lights ancestor along with tropical fruit and berry flavors. Your new favorite midnight snack may just be Sugar Cookie, as it delivers a deep, full-body calm before lulling you into deep sleep.

Sohum Seeds (Southern Humboldt Seed Collective) The Mantis. Found a couple packs from these guys I picked up a few years ago in Norcal. I believe I got these circa 2012 right when CBD was just starting to be talked about. Sohum were some of the first guys I found that were breeding for high CBD strains. You started seeing Harlequin and ACDC not to long after. I have a pack of Sour Tsunami and Purple Cheesel from them. There's been so much interest of high CBD strains in my circle that I decided we really need to get these out there. Starting the pack of Sour Tsunami in a couple days. Anyone else have any experience growing this strain or any other Sohum gear? Always want to help and to save someone's life is the best feeling in the world the ultimate good deed. If they're that helpful we'll make sure and make a bunch to give out. How did the cbd change/save your life if you don't mind me asking? My first experience with a cbd strain was in Sebastopol at Peace In Medicine, my fav dispensary. They had a clone and I scooped it up, grew it out, and fell in love with it. Pineapple Thai yielded like crap, grew like a Thai sativa with lanky long internode length but the best tasting pineapple smelling bud that made me feel so calm and serene like being on a beach soaking up a perfect day. I was dealing with some PTSD and anxiety at the time and the pineapple thai really helped. They said it had a 3:2 THC:CBD ratio at 15%THC, 10%CBD and it was some of the best weed I ever had effect wise and taste wise. Are you taking straight cbd only, or a mix with thc? I'll have to look back in my notes but I did grow one pack of a cheese cross from them. Wasn't the purple cheesel that I have, but maybe some other cross. I grew them out to test and remember that I wasn't very happy with the results. If I can recall, the buds looked fine but didn't have much of an effect. I can't remember if it was a cbd strain or what, but I rememb.

Okay so my notes say I had a pack of OG Ringo and Ringo Sour Diesel and the SD died in my super hot greenhouse we were testing. Had a few of the OGR and gave them this guy Will that I volunteered with over at the Burbank farm and never followed up with him to see how they did. Lost contact with him over the years so don't think I'll ever find out. Got them at Mercy Wellness in Cotati that's still there.

Plan is, just like every other pack, to grow them out and see what's good.

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