Sativa

OG Skunk

A cross between OG #18 and Skunk #1, OG Skunk is a 60% sativa-dominant hybrid from DNA Genetics. Flavors of sour fuel and skunky citrus are sure to please fans of both parent strains, while the high offers a nice uplifting head effect along with a relaxing body buzz. Grown @ Grow-to-Heal Farms

Amsterdam OG

Amsterdam OG is an older strain coming from Europe , it's also a pleasant choice for smokers looking to alleviate stress and pain. This strain is a pure sativa, so this is definitely a body-centric strain. This strain is good for treating chronic body pains, inflammation, insomnia, and anxiety. The high is strong and physical, with a calming body buzz and a shot of happiness. Amsterdam OG has a fresh smell, with sweet notes of perfume. Likewise, it tastes of sweet perfume. (photo coming soon)

Matanuska Thunder Fuck

Matanuska Thunder Fuck is a legendary sativa-dominant strain originating in the Matanuska Valley area of Alaska. According to the legend, it was originally a Northern California sativa crossed with a Russian ruderalis, but sometime in the late 70s it was crossed with Afghani genetics to make it heartier. Matanuska Thunder Fuck usually presents large, beautifully frosted buds with incredibly strong odors of pine, lemon, menthol, and skunk. Known for possessing a relaxing yet intensely euphoric high, it is also described as having a ?creeper? effect as well as pronounced appetite enhancement.

Thai

Thai refers to a cannabis variety that grows natively in Thailand and was brought to the U.S. in the 70s and 80s. This pure sativa landrace is sometimes called “Thai Sticks” because of the way its buds are traditionally dried and tied into long sticks. This original Thai variety has given rise to many strains we commonly see on the market today, including Voodoo, Juicy Fruit, and the classic Haze. Thai induces powerful but comfortable effects and has a distinct fruity, citrus aroma. This strain is a challenge for growers outside tropical climates, but greenhouse gardens make this grow possible for experts patient enough for Thai’s long growth cycle and slow flowering.