Green weed with orange hairs
Green Dream Strain
Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 23% – 24%
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Too light of a bud.
This strain is great. I’m new to knowing what strains I’m smoking . had lots of trouble finding a good sativa . love to get high and watch movies but the great indica were too much and the straight sativa were not enough . Thank You Green Dream for letting me that Hybrids Sativa Dominants are my go to .
Incredible strain, especially for those who have to perform activities and responsibilities. I like this strain very much because of its very talkative energetic and amazing day high effect. Taste like green tea, sour and fruity buds, I often use this to get rid of my psychological problems.
This strain is energizing, effective for pain relief, and smells like grapefruit zest. The main downsides were dry mouth, slightly dry eyes, and a case of the jitters comparable to caffeine.
Great mix. I’m a fan of blue dream and green crack and their baby is bomb. It’s really a great wake and bake or good for after work. Gives you that little extra energy to get things done. My top 5
A sativa dominant hybrid, Green Dream is a cross between Blue Dream and Green Crack. It is termed as Green Dream due to its taste which is kind of like green tea and also because it has been formed out of Blue Dream that is one of the most prevalent strains available. The buds of Green Dream smel…
What are Orange Hairs on Cannabis Plant?
You ever wondered what those orange hairs on cannabis are? Are they indicators that your buds are highly potent, or do they have any other important role? Let us find out.
Well, first things first. Those orange, red or brown hairs on the cannabis plant are called pistils or stigmas. But they’re also quite known for their nickname “cannabis vaginas.”
The colour depends on the strain, however, when they start growing, they’re usually white, sometimes light yellowish colour. As the cannabis plant matures, the darker shade they become.
Are They Important for Us?
Pistils have two main benefits or factors that we should be happy for. First of all, people gave them a nickname “cannabis vaginas,” because they’re actually female cannabis plant sex organs. Therefore, discovering pistils early in the growing process confirms that you have a female plant, which is yay for you!
And another important role of pistils is that they indicate whether our plant is mature or not. When 75% or more of pistils become darker it means it’s time to harvest.
It’s crucial you do harvest at that point since if pollen gets in contact with pistils, they become pollinated and seeds begin to produce. Of course, this is something you want to avoid to because later, the plant starts focusing on producing seeds rather on producing buds.
Do They Indicate That Weed is Strong?
There’s a common misbelief that buds covered with colourful hairs are more potent, however, that’s not the case. While pistils are very important in the flowering stage, when it comes to consumption, we should keep an eye on white crystals or trichomes since they are full of THC and therefore, indicate THC-potency of buds.
Next time someone asks you what orange hairs on the cannabis plant are, make sure to tell them. Now you know!
What are Orange Hairs on Cannabis Plant? You ever wondered what those orange hairs on cannabis are? Are they indicators that your buds are highly potent, or do they have any other important role?