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best strain u ever smoked

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mine was a organic skunk from judad squere in cape town south africa

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hmmm, i think mine will be Moby Dick from GHS, very close too, the original berry from Kannabia and the Exodus deserves a place there too i think :)

It's hard to have only one favorite strain lolol

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South African Kwazullu is perfect sativa to smoke for taste(contain the earty taste) :) but i personaly like the Brazzilian Amazonia cuz is indica and give you the couch lock right away :) :)

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its like tokage & Dust have said,

a very hard question,

and hard to have only one favorit Strain.... but the one of the best i have smoked is original Durban poison imported from SouthAfrica

was an amazing smokefull of resin!!!! xtremly up lifting and speedy high one of my top 5 on my "I HAVE TO GROW LIST"

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Can't really think of just one, as I love em all in their own way. Over the years though favourite's have been Greenhouse seeds Ladyburn 1974+Exodus Cheese, Sensi seeds Jack Herer, paradise's sensi star, big buddah cheese...... as i say there are just too many great strains to give credit to just one.

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Jamaican sensi with a couple monster seeds, never seen a single so called sensi ith zero eeds in it. A tie between an all pink Sativa and an all green strain, buds reminding me of rye somehow. That pink colored tasted amazing and had a strong uplifting high, while that greenish Kings Bread was just perfectly well rounded and good for all day activities, parties and esp. peace of mind. Tasted even better. Each strain I got from that dealer in Negril in 79 and 81 was something special in it's own way- These long flowering outdoor strains just have that extra balance, that sets them apart from the strong stuff grown indoors.

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Vietnamese strains are killer. Thai Stick (you'll be higher then a kite) in Thailand - highly recommended. So much average stuff in California. In Hawaii you can get some of that Alaskan grown imported - kick ass 2x.

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Mine was Mako Haze from kiwi seeds. A Nice sativa with a snowey white layer of realy fat and sticky resin :-) love the sweet taste from the smoke and the narcotic high. 100% my frist choice every day.

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Im a big fan of a rock solid indica the type that just kills you, im loving chemdog atm thats a good one. But ooh i love a bit of cheese, UK Cheese by Buddha was amazing, hell knows where it went tho :( there were a lot of clones floating around until he won a cup with it then it just disappeared. But ye cheese and a bit of dog never does any harm :) well.... Unless u let the dog out amongst first time smokers then that is funny :D

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At home my guy told me it was psycosis cheese. Blew my head off never had a bag last so long. In dam I loved the hawiian snow from gh and pineapple kush from somewhere else.

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Guys, m keen to hear more about the strawberry haze. On the Greenhouse www. Arjan showed us 1 plant he grow & yielded 900gr or so wet. then he cured it for about 4-6 months shrinking this fine bud to 150g.

What are your yield after drying? Many thanks in advance

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Unfortunatly I don't have any personal experience with growing it, I've smoked it a couple of years ago at the GH

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for me till today best i have spoked was blueberry :P I just love that plant !

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Greenhouse Seed Co White Widow,hands down,beautiful earthy indica flavors,very stoned,peace

Kush :drag:

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Love original Skunk 1, but my fav would have to be Chocolope. :music: Cant wait to try some Green House strains.

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jilly bean - not the strongest iv smoked by far, but the most enjoyable happy upbeat get shit done high.

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and the taste was phenomenal .. orange tic/tac, skunk, candy sweet citrus yumminess, made my mouth water lol

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so far got to be vanilla kush when i was in dam recently never had something taste exactly like the name. has the small and taste of a vannilla sented candle. Kandy kush is a favourite too :)

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sour d is my all time fave...heavenly

anything skunky as fuck tho

friend of mine gave me pineapples express..tasted so good was hard to putaway

good mexican red hair sensi

peace

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