Lambs Bread

Lambs Bread

A legendary Sativa popularized by the likes of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, Lamb’s Bread (at times called “Lamb’s Breath” or “Lambsbread”) is thought to be a skunk variety but is wholly different, with an extremely uppy and creative Sativa effect.The term “lamb’s bread” is common in the Rastafarian religion, mentioned in many Reggae songs.  As a slang term, it’s also common in Jamaica and simply means great ganja.  Dutch cannabis seed banks have taken to calling the strain “Lamb’s Breath”, erroneously thinking that it was Jamacian being pronounced “bread” or “bred”.Spicy, at times with a slightly putrid smell

 

Maui Waui

Maui Waui

The best Maui Waui we’ve had the pleasure of trying, and it was certainly the most Sativa-looking. Very potent initially, it receded to an evenly energetic and clear-headed state but retained very strong eye effects throughout. It really shined when put under the camera lens, as it’s a beautiful specimen. Fat foxtailed dark green calyxes with sienna pistils, and medium length and medium thickness stalked trichomes with large headsFoxtailed dark green calyxes with sienna pistils, and medium length and medium thickness stalked trichomes with large heads

A bit piney, a bit earthy, but with a unique spicy smell that reminded us of fennel or even holiday spices. It wasn’t very pungent until it was ground up… pine  was the dominant note, but there was also some lemon and a slight sweetness. Expansive yet smooth.

Sour Diesel

Sour Diesel

Thought to be an accidental cross when the DNL hermied, Sour Diesel (or East Coast Sour Diesel, as it’s commonly called) is a special plant in the OG Kush/ChemDawg line of strains.  Its often “crushing” Sativa effect actually seems to hit most people as more of an Indica, increasing couchlock and being strong to the point of being overwhelming at times.  The plant itself is a fairly lanky one that tends to show lots of foxtailing when finished, practically stinking up the room with its pungent fuel-skunk-citrus bouquet.

Sour Diesel displays an extremely pungent blend of fuel, skunk, citrus, and spice that will leak through many jars and bags when the strain is well-grown.  The sharpness gets stronger after breaking it up, adding a stronger kick of citrus as well as a cutting fuel aroma that tickles the nose

The frontal attack of skunky citrus funk gives way to a mentholated lime-kissed spice.