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About this strain: Cosmic Glue
Cosmic Glue was created by the late great breeder Subcool in California. He crossed GG #4 with his own Space Queen to get this indica-leaning hybrid.
The top reported aromas of the Cosmic Glue strain are cherries, chocolate, and pungent herbs. And it is said to taste like sweet cherries, spices, and chocolate.
About this strain: Cali Dream
Cali Dream, also called California Dream, is a cultivar of unconfirmed origins believed to be a mix of an Afghan indica landrace and a Mexican sativa landrace
The top reported aromas of the Cali Dream strain are skunk, herbs, and citrus. It is said to taste of herbs and mint.
California Dream, also known as “Cali Dream,” is a sativa-dominant hybrid weed strain made by crossing Blueberry with Super Silver Haze. California Dream effects are reported to be more energizing than calming. Reviewers on Leafly who have smoked this strain say it makes them feel relaxed, talkative, and uplifted. Consumers find this strain is best enjoyed during the morning or afternoon. The flavor of California Dream tastes like citrus with earthy pine undertones. When smoked in large doses, this strain may cause some consumers to feel paranoid. Make sure to take it slowly with California Dream until you know how it makes you feel. The dominant terpene in this strain is myrcene. California Dream is 22% THC and should be reserved for experienced cannabis consumers. This strain is most commonly found in flower form. The original breeder of California Dream is BSB Genetics.
About this strain: Red Congolese
Though the name evokes African origins, Red Congolese originated in California from a blend of Mexican and Afghan roots. Perhaps these global origins lend Red Congolese its decidedly earthy flavor profile. Red Congolese is sometimes mistaken for Congolese Red by SnowHigh Seeds, but the two strains are distinct.
While some argue that Red Congolese is an African sativa landrace, the variety popularized in California weaves in Mexican and Afghani roots, giving it a more indica-like appearance. This colorful palette of landrace strains, which had adapted to their environment over many years, creates a complex profile of effects and flavors. The sativa genetics dominate the physical effects of Red Congolese, resulting in a weightless euphoria that promotes focus and mental clarity. Its energizing properties make Red Congolese perfect for morning treatment of nausea, cachexia, tension, or Alzheimer’s.