Today we are taking a look at an Indica strain which combines great genetics from across the globe.
Lavender, bred by Soma Seeds, is a combination of Super Skunk, Big Skunk Korean and Afghani Hawaiian. Also referred to as Soma #10, Lavender has been growing in popularity of late. This is the second time I have encountered it this year. The first was in Remedy Cannabis Club Barcelona, but I missed my chance to purchase it then!
Fast forward to today, and I have a lovely sample here grown by an unnamed Hampshire Cannabis Collective.
It has also ben given a good trim job. The colouration is quite dark, with vibrant pistils that overtake the bud at some points! Good trichome coverage.
Sniffing the bud I get a light floral scent coming from the Lavender. Quite a sweet underlying scent.
While the smell isn’t initially overpowering when ground up the Lavender has a delicious old school skunky and slightly spicy scent.
I am wondering about the terpene profile of this strain. Does it have a high concentration of linalool? (the terpene also found in Lavender). I’m not sure from smoking it, but I get the enjoyable indica feeling. More relaxation than elation, this could be a good one for pain relief (although not speaking from experience).