As commercial cannabis continues to grow, hybrids and high potency strains are becoming more popular due to a high demand for more THC. While hybrid popularity is increasing, the number of new strains being produced is also growing. The industry is growing so fast that it seems like a new strain is introduced every week. Due to this high demand for hybrids and higher potency, strains that we smoked in the 1960s are becoming rare, almost to the point where some don’t even exist anymore. Other rare strains are also becoming less available because the cannabis can only grow in certain regions.
Colombian Gold is one of these strains that was popular during the 1960s but is hard to come by today. In the ‘60s, most people were smoking leaves, stems, and seeds but Colombian Gold revolutionized that with its dense, fresh, and healthy flower buds. When consumed, it produces a classic sativa high that is both powerful and cerebral. Although Colombian Gold was the first strain smuggled out of Colombia’s Santa Marta valley into the U.S., it is rarely found in the U.S. or anywhere for that matter. Those who seek the strain have to rely on their memory of their high from the ‘60s.
They have never been able to replicate hawain maui wowie indoors or grown outside of hawai many classic strains had lower thc but close to zero cbd so they were unique energetic highs many had wonderful tastes by the 80s these strains were being grown seedless and were just as good as todays top weed acapulco gold has even won recent awards
Your so full of %&[email protected] Who are "they", when u say they could get I to grow indoors or outside Hawaii ? Illicit growers, obviously. It couldn't have been universities or gov orgs because the plant has been illegal. It must be a yet undiscovered force making supreme nuggs in Hawaii. Pfft. Lol. U r like 50 yo right?
or u can buy there afghani #1 and skunk#1 and make your own cross and boom there u have it... your very own version of roadkill skunk. or u can source the skunk #1 from dutch passion as well .. i guess they have the skunk version and sensis is more fruity but also more stable as dutch passions skunk#1 tends to hermie. its a pretty basic cross and its still around today u just gotta look for the parent strains .. ones a landrace the other is a IBL.
Thc isnt all that makes a buzz taste and smell do too many of these classics were superb thai and its asian exotic taste and high is in a whole nother ballpark once you smoke thai youll say fuk kush good thais like fine candy the buzz is unique a sativa blast with indica body too bad properly grown and cured tha is rare hard to grow and find
That is true about Nevilles Haze you'll never see that on the street.
By the way if you're interested in rare Landrace strains in their natural environments check out strain hunters channel on YouTube they're amazing.
I just got some last week. It was my first time coming across it after hearing about for years, so I had to get it. It had thick red hairs and gave a mental psychedelic-like high. I was told it came from an oldschool grower. Tasted earthy, sweet and spicy.
I smoked some Panama Red last week for the first time after hearing about it for years. I was told it came from an oldschool grower. It had thick red orange hairs. Smoke was smooth and tasted sweet and earthy, spicy. The high was uplifting in the head and almost psychedelic-like effects after the second joint.
What about kalamata red? This landrace goes back to 500 BC in ancient Greece, where they cultivated this strain for euphoric but also medicinal uses. Later at 200 AD the greek traveller Pausanias as he was exploring Peloponisos, he came across some farmers that were cultivating a cannabis sativa dominant plant that reached 4-5 metres high (13-16 feet high).This strain is said to be extinct since 1980,but some old farmers claim that they possess seeds of this cannabis plant.
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