What is the cannabis LSD strain?
LSD Strain is an indica-dominant hybrid of Mazar-I-Sharif and Skunk #1 lineage. It was bred by Barney’s Farm out of Amsterdam, who is also famous for creating the legendary G13 Haze, Liberty Haze, Amnesia Haze, Willie Nelson, Cookies Kush, Pineapple Chunk, Tangerine Dream, Dr. Grinspoon, and Critical Kush.
LSD strain delivers a vivid and psychedelic experience with a powerful body buzz and cerebral high. The THC content has been measured up to 24% with a CBD of 1.3%.
How does the LSD strain smell and taste
LSD’s terpenes are just as enticing as its effects. However, it’s worth noting that LSD can smell, taste, and feel a variety of ways depending on who’s growing it.
On average, LSD has an aroma resembling earthy, sweet, and skunky scents. On the taste, the flavor comes through with slight sweet notes, but for the most part, you’re getting those earthy skunky flavors. It truly tastes like some good weed from the ‘90s.
According to Marijuana Grow, a seed bank, the top three dominant terpenes of the LSD strain are myrcene, terpinolene, and pinene.
You can easily smell the potent pine scent along with skunky notes that dominate your senses. Yet if you can get past the potency, you may be treated to a delightful sweetness.
LSD tastes similar to how it smells. You get a heavy pine taste with a dank skunkiness, but some berry notes linger on the tongue, along with a slight bubble-gum taste at the back end.
LSD has the classic indica appearance insofar as it has round and cone-shaped buds. The dense bud structure means you need to be wary of excess humidity, and the color ranges from dark to wintergreen. LSD also has rather small trichomes, and it isn’t all that easy to see the pistils change color.