LSD Marijuana Strain


Barney’s Farm

Origins: Mazar x Skunk #1
Flowering: 55-65 days

It doesn’t take a detective to figure out how LSD got its name. This variety lets marijuana;s freak flag fly, bringing out pot’s most psychedelic qualities. The Mazar parent is a strain that was probably known by name a decade ago, when it was newer to the scene. Mazar has often been compared with the better known White Widow for the cimilarities in plant and bud structure and effects. Both strains are indicasativa hybrids, although Mazar is more indica heavy, as suggested by the name, which references the presence of Afghani in the parentage and comes from the name af Afghanistan’s fourth largest city, Mazar-e-Sharif.

Barney’s Farm Seed Bank used these long established genetics in combination with the versatile Skunk #1 to create the LSD variety. These parents have passed along many of their strengths. LSD is a hardy, disease-resistant plant that thrives in nearly all reasonable growing conditions. These plants stay light to medium green with leaves that split the difference between sativa and indica thickness. Flowering takes 8 to 9 weeks. At first the LSD plant may seem dense with foliage, but the buds soon outshine the vegetation. LSD buds form slightly curved corkscrew triangles with large stacked calyxes and a profusion of burnished hairs. While plants remain fairly compact and can be staked or grown successfully in a sea of green, LSD also delivers satisfying yields as a multi-branch plant, often reaching 600 grams per square meter. When grown outdoors, LSD plants finish in mid-September.

The LSD flavor mixes a slightly nutty and earthy palate with a dank sweet muskiness. Best of all, LSD lives up to its name, delivering a vivid, euphoric experience that stands out from the typical indica stone. While the body high has depth, the strongest sensation is the super trippy psychedelia that will blow the cobwebs out of the corners of your mind. This strain is great in a stimulating environment. Music, food, and colorful imagery will all be enhanced under its influence. However, overindulgence or overly hectic situations may cause a sense of being overwhelmed so it can be good to stay somewhere that also offers a sense of comfort and safety. Medical users have recommended this strain for nausea, anxiety, depression, and headaches.

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6 comments to LSD Marijuana Strain

  • pascoe brock

    Been smoking this for a few weeks and wow what a great strain as for the name no it has little to do with the drug LSD most weed has crazy names but with THC at 24/ I don’t care what its called. The seeds are spot on from b farms all fem no shit I live in the UK time to change the laws one love to all

  • mark

    I would agree with Damian but then we’d both be wrong. Go to Barneys page who created it, it clearly says it was named after the drug. Those three strains have nothing to do with LSD.

  • Damian

    LSD stands for Lemon Sour Diesel.. It has nothing to do with the drug LSD or acid.

    • iGrow

      L.S.D. is ALSO Lemon Sour D. However, from Barney’s… was crossed a mazar and Skunk #1 i believe, that was named “LSD” bc, and i quote, “delivering a vivid and psychedelic experience with a powerful body buzz and cerebral high

  • James k

    Hello im interested in lsd strain and wohld like to purchase lady seeds,please reply for purchase info….thanks.

    Ps are u based in usa?

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