5 Classic Cannabis Strains


In the 1980s and 90s, the weed space was a very different arena. Before the master breeders and advanced cultivation techniques came to the fore, cannabis was certainly available, but the strain choice was a lot more limited. That said, there was some big innovation happening, and some truly classic cannabis strains were created. You hardly hear of these retro strains anymore, but they were the most desirable strains of their day. The five we have highlighted here have a timeless appeal and are widely regarded as ‘cannabis classics’. Each of these is well worth a revisit, not just to wander into a nostalgic haze, but because their quality withstands the test of time. Chocolate Skunk As a result of what was a rare and bold experimental breeding, Chocolate Skunk dared to cross a delicious-tasting cocoa-flavoured bud, Chocolope, with a high-THC Thai Skunk strain. The result was a potent and flavoursome hit that enjoyed popularity in the 1980s. Chocolate Skunk was an uplifting sativa-dominant strain with a smooth, nutty taste that delivered an almost instant uplifting, energising sensation. Still available to this day, it is considered by some to be an excellent medicinal strain for those suffering from fatigue or depression due to its powerful euphoric effects. Chocolate Skunk feminised seeds are available here. Big Bud The aptly-named Big Bud was a big deal back in the 1980s, and with good reason. First rearing its head in the USA in the 1970s, Big Bud was sent to the Netherlands in the 1980s and became a staple smoke in the coffee shops of Amsterdam, where the Dutch Masters would stabilise its genetics. Believed to be a hybrid of Northern Lights, Skunk #1 and an Afghani, Big Bud is an indica-dominant hybrid with a sweet, fruity aroma and a taste to match.…

Excerpt only …
Source : 5 Classic Cannabis Strains

reposted by Cannabis News World

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.