Silver Bubble comes from Skunk No.1, Haze and Northern Lights – the result is a beautifully balanced hybrid strain which delivers the best of both indica and sativa effects.
I first sampled Silver Bubble in Amsterdam in November 2016, picking it up from Gray Area Coffeeshop shortly after it won the Sativa Cannabis Cup that month.
Today I got my hands on some more Silver Bubble to review for ISMOKE, so here we go!
This week we are taking a look at Headbanger, a Sativa-dominant hybrid strain bred by Karma Genetics.
Headbanger is the result of crossing a Sour Diesel female with a Biker Kush 2.0 male, resulting in an extra gassy OG-inspired offspring that is known as Headbanger.
We were lucky enough to get a sample of the Gman_Grows420 cut via East London Cannabis Club, which I had previously smoked and so knew was going to be a strong one!
This bud looks great, with a good trim job and dense buds packed with lots and lots of trichomes.
I also got to see and include some videos of the headbanger plants themselves. This showed just how many trichomes were dotted about, covering the buds and leaves (see the video for more details).
This bud smells like one of the strongest instances of OG that I can remember. It is a really strong smelling strain, and again, doesn’t disappoint in this area. One of my favourite things about the Headbanger is the smell.
This gets top marks for taste in my opinion. The gassy, earthy OG taste came through a treat through my bong, a lot more than 99% of other strains I’ve smoked through it. Reminds me of the quality from B28’s Green Crack – top notch.
From the trichome coverage I guessed this was going to be a strong one, and yes, it was. The bong itself was quite intense, causing me to cough a bit before the effects kicked in. When they did I got a mix of intense uplifted, relaxed and possibly creative (although I felt too high to be sure).
Welcome back to ISMOKE Magazine! Today we are proud to present episode two in our bud facts series, in which we take a detailed look at the history of a world-famous cannabis strain and share it with the world.
In this episode, we are talking about Jack Herer, which is one of the more well-known cannabis strains. We first encountered this strain when we visited Amsterdam years ago, and since then have always made a point to pick it up whenever we could.
In this strain review, we are taking a look at Purple Mother of Berries (MOB). Mother of Berries is known as the strain of Maine, having arisen in that area of the US. Today we are reviewing a purple cross with half unknown origin.
Join us for another cannabis strain review this week in ISMOKE Magazine. If you want to catch up on previous episodes, you can view all our previous strain reviews here.
This week on ISMOKE we are taking a look at a strain which has quickly risen to become one of my favourites after I first sampled it a couple of weeks ago.
OG #18 is a powerful Indica cross of Chemdawg and OG Chem. This strain comes from Reserva Privada. The plant apparently gives the yield of Chemdawg with the power of OG Chem, all the while with a more sour/fruity taste than traditional OG Kush.
This particular phenotype was grown by Kush Family Collective, who traded their 2015 Dopefiend Cup Winner Blues and their Grapefruit strain for cuttings of OG #18 and Casey Jones.
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Each episode of Bud Facts will take a detailed look at a cannabis strain to uncover some of the history, as well as all the info you need to know about the strain itself.
Chemdawg is a cannabis strain that is so classic that it gave rise to other classics such as OG Kush and Sour Diesel. Today on ISMOKE we are taking a look at this strain in a bit more detail in our exclusive Chemdawg strain review.
Today on ISMOKE we are taking a look at the Lemon Blues Cannabis Strain. Lemon Blues is a cross of Blues and an unknown Haze Strain, originally bred by UGORG as a test strain named “UGORG Beta-C”.
This particular phenotype was found in a bag of UGORG Beta-C seeds by Roadrunner, who then gave the cutting to Kush Family Collective at the 2015 Dopefiend Cup.
S5 Haze is a clone-only strain from The Netherlands. We take a look at this strain in this week’s ISMOKE Cannabis strain review.
Join ISMOKE for our weekly look at a UK cannabis strain as we delve into our Stardawg Strain Review.
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This fantastic strain is known for its thick, white trichomes that blanket the bud like stars. The THC content varies – from crazy to crazier, as Stardawg tips the scales as one of the most potent Chemdawg crosses. Grown from a cross of Chemdawg #4 and Tresdawg, Stardawg doesn’t fuck around. She’s also not the best wake and bake companion, but that didn’t stop us..
This week we are focusing on a cannabis strain which is popular across the US, originating from the West Coast (California). Blue Dream is a blueberry Cross with a hazey kick and a dreamy aroma.
The Blue Dream cannabis strain retains a sweet berry aroma redolent of its Blueberry parent, delivering swift symptom relief without the heavy sedative effects.
Each week ISMOKE releases a new and exclusive strain review, giving our take on the world of cannabis one strain at a time. This week we present another classic strain, this one having its routes in late 80’s Holland as one of the first Hazes on the market. Ladies and Gentlemen..Neville’s Haze!
Named after it’s creator, cannabis breeder Nevil Schoenmakers, Neville’s Haze is a great morning / daytime cannabis strain as it has potent cerebral affects that could be utilised for medical use, for example for treatment of depression. As a recreational user I found Neville’s Haze to be an enjoyable strain.