Golden Tiger is a resinous flower created from two Thai strains and two separate Malawi cuts. Bred by Ace-Seeds, this pure sativa flower is a complex blend of Koh Chang Thai and Hmong Thai crossed with Malawi and 3rd Generation Malawi. This powerful sativa is not for beginners, as it offers long-lasting stimulating effects often with a potent psychedelic bent. With a terpene profile that is bright with notes of floral spice and tart lemon, its vigorous physical and mental effects make this a sativa of the highest caliber. This strain's long sativa lineage comes with a long 11 to 14 week flowering time.
Kandahar, named after the homeland of its ancestor, is a 90% indica strain bred by the Ministry of Cannabis. Its Afghani parent, grown near the city of Kandahar, was crossed with an unknown Afghan-Skunk hybrid to help lighten some of the indica intensity. The result is a powerful but functional strain that goes best with relaxing activities at home. Its aroma is a complex blend of earthy wood with nutty undertones that are only fully realized in Kandahar's taste. Kandahar exhibits the typical indica stature: short, bushy plants with thick layers of crystal trichomes. Indoor gardens finish flowering between 8 and 9 weeks, while outdoor harvest falls at the beginning of October.
Supa Don is a 70% sativa strain bred from Oregon Trainwreck (also called -The Don-) and DJ Short Blueberry. Its dark, forest green buds carry a distinct blueberry aroma and a heavy coat of crystal resin. Due to the high amount of the terpene beta-caryophyllene, Supa Don is known to calm anxieties while lifting depression.-