Big Bud has long been famous as a cannabis strain with jaw-dropping yields. Less well-known is the fact that her superior Indica pedigree has been carefully refined and steadily improved over many years. Big Budâs early development occurred in the USA before the strain was brought to Holland in the Eighties in search of political asylum.
How do you improve the best cannabis in the world? That was the big question when working on a new strain from the illustrious Jack Herer line. Since weâve always had a particular love for Sativas, one thing Sensi breeders really wanted to change was the myth that delicious, cerebral, tropical strains were too difficult or low-yielding for the average indoor grower.
As definitive examples of the Sativa and Indica genotypes, prized cultivars from Thailand and Afghanistan represent opposite ends of the psychoactive cannabis spectrum. Attaining the perfect balance between pure Afghani Indica and pure Thai Sativa was a goal that took a very long time to achieve, even by the extra-patient standards of cannabis breeders.
Northern Lights is one of three fundamental breeding strains that have changed the face of global cannabis culture over the last three decades. Apart from Skunk #1 and Haze, no variety comes close to matching Northern Lightsâ influence on the world of weed. Whether youâre a smoker, a grower or a breeder, it’s more than likely this strain has had a direct effect on your understanding of ganja.
This precious Afghani is descended from one of the finest hash-making cultivars ever brought from the Hindu Kush to the west. Cannabis strains known generally as hash plants are found throughout the countries that border these mountains, but very few have the pedigree of this Hash Plant – a living definition of the stocky, chunky, beautifully sticky Afghanica genotype.
There are a couple of meanings behind American Dreamâs name, starting with the obvious link to growing – honest toil, personal improvement, enjoying the fruits of oneâs labour.