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LSD

LSD
LSD

Strain Data

TypeHybrid
Strain BreederBarneys Farm
Lineage/GeneticsSkunk #1 x Mazar
Indica/Sativa %Indica-dominant
FloweringPhotoperiod
Yield600 g/m2
CBD1.3%
THC24%
SexFeminized, Regular
Flowering Period8-10 weeks
Height50-60 cm

Overview(top)

An old Skunk variety crossed with Mazar, called LSD by the Farm crew because of its powerful trippy efect. Developed from ancient genetics long established in the Farm seed bank. Crossing Skunk #1 with a potent Mazar we have created a very powerful Indica strain.
L.S.D. is a hardy, disease resistant plant that responds well in all grow conditions. With just a little care and attention, the L.S.D. strain will give the grower high yielding award winning powerful results. The favor is intense earthy chestnut with a sweet musky smell. The LSD produces a euphoric, almost psychedelic experience. It’s a super-trippy and very powerful stone, a Barney’s Farm special.

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Strain History(top)

It doesn't take a detective to figure out how LSD got its name. This variety lets marijuana;s freak flag fly, bringing out pot's most psychedelic qualities. The Mazar parent is a strain that was probably known by name a decade ago, when it was newer to the scene. Mazar has often been compared with the better known White Widow for the cimilarities in plant and bud structure and effects. Both strains are indica-sativa hybrids, although Mazar is more indica heavy, as suggested by the name, which references the presence of Afghani in the parentage and comes from the name af Afghanistan's fourth largest city, Mazar-e-Sharif.

Barney's Farm Seed Bank used these long established genetics in combination with the versatile Skunk #1 to create the LSD variety. These parents have passed along many of their strengths. LSD is a hardy, disease-resistant plant that thrives in nearly all reasonable growing conditions. These plants stay light to medium green with leaves that split the difference between sativa and indica thickness. Flowering takes 8 to 9 weeks. At first the LSD plant may seem dense with foliage, but the buds soon outshine the vegetation. LSD buds form slightly curved corkscrew triangles with large stacked calyxes and a profusion of burnished hairs. While plants remain fairly compact and can be staked or grown successfully in a sea of green, LSD also delivers satisfying yields as a multi-branch plant, often reaching 600 grams per square meter. When grown outdoors, LSD plants finish in mid-September.

The LSD flavor mixes a slightly nutty and earthy palate with a dank sweet muskiness. Best of all, LSD lives up to its name, delivering a vivid, euphoric experience that stands out from the typical indica stone. While the body high has depth, the strongest sensation is the super trippy psychedelia that will blow the cobwebs out of the corners of your mind. This strain is great in a stimulating environment. Music, food, and colorful imagery will all be enhanced under its influence. However, overindulgence or overly hectic situations may cause a sense of being overwhelmed so it can be good to stay somewhere that also offers a sense of comfort and safety. Medical users have recommended this strain for nausea, anxiety, depression, and headaches.

Winner of the 2008 Cannabis Cup in the Indica Category
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An old Skunk variety crossed with Mazar. - Called LSD by the Farm crew because of its powerful trippy effect.Developed from ancient genetics long established in the Farm seed bank. L.S.D. is a hardy, disease resistant plant that responds well in all grow conditions. With just a little care and attention, the L.S.D. strain will give the grower high yielding award winning powerful results. The flavor is intense earthy chestnut with a sweet musky smell. The LSD produces a euphoric, almost psychedelic experience. It’s a super-trippy and very powerful stone, a Barney’s Farm special.
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LSD was named for its LSD-like qualities. This strain brings out the most psychedelic qualities in marijuana. Mazar was a popular strain in the 90s when it first came about. It has often been compared to White Widow. Both strains are Indica and Sativa hybrids, but Mazar is more predominately Indica.
Barney’s Farm Seed Bank took their in creating their LSD weed. They used a versatile Skunk #1 strain and crossed it with Mazar to create a hardy and disease-resistant plant that grows in just about any conditions. Their coloration remains light to medium green throughout the season. LSD flowers in about 8 to 9 weeks. While growing, you’d probably think there’s too much foliage, but as the buds begin to form you’re proven wrong. The buds have burnt colored hairs and form dense, thick nuggets. The plants themselves usually stay compact, they can be staked and grown great in a sea of green garden. LSD also does good as multi-brancher and can yield up to 600 grams per square meter of quality crazy bud. If you grow this strain outdoors, you can expect LSD to finish in the middle of September.
LSD’s flavor is mixture of nuts and an earthy taste that has sweet muskiness thrown in from the Skunk #1 parent. LSD definitely lives up to it’s name. It gives you a great euphoric and very vivid high experience that makes you feel like you’re on LSD. The body high is strong, but the mental trip you take while smoking LSD is the best part of the high. LSD is great for outdoors events, going to concerts, or anywhere with lots of stimulus. Be careful though, because if you smoke too much you might end up getting to overwhelmed and become paranoid out of your mind. Medical marijuana users loves this strain for treatment of nausea, anxiety, depression and headaches.
LSD won the Indica Category in the 2008 Cannabis Cup


May 18, 2012