Strain Name: Lavender (also known as Lavender Kush)
Nose: AAAA – spicy, sweet, floral
Taste: AAA – floral, spicey and kushy.
Burn: AAA – Burns well. Easy to smoke. Appears to be flushed.
Visual: AAA – Small to large buds with a fairly open structure and lots of orange pistils. Stem snaps, product is dried properly
Info: Lavender by Soma Seeds was bred from strains around the world – most notably from Super Skunk, Big Skunk Korean and Afghani Hawaiian. This strain gets its name from the dark purple colour on the leaf tips and from its floral, spicy smell. The high is an all around relaxed and happy one, with no couch lock. Good for stress, pain & insomnia.
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The Lavender Indica strain of cannabis, also known as Lavender Kush, is a combination of different strains from around the world. Super Skunk, Big Skunk Korean, and Afghani Hawaiian all come together to create this wonderfully purple plant. The Lavender Indica strain is well-known for its floral yet spicy aroma, and the plant itself also features a dense collection of buds.
The effect that this particular Indica strain of cannabis has on the user is an extremely relaxed high. Lavender is great for relieving stress, but it can cause dry mouth in some users. People have reported that using this plant results in a tingly feeling, but it does not impair your ability to concentrate. It’s great for studying, but also great for treating insomnia and falling asleep quickly. The flavors from Lavender Indica include lavender (obviously), and flowery yet earthy tones. The plant itself is moderately difficult to grow, and it reaches a height of up to 78 inches.
The flowery flavors in the plant allow for a mellow taste that is smooth to smoke. The taste is long-lasting, so if you don’t like it it will tend to linger for a while. Some users have reported that the first 30 minutes of Lavender cause you to go back and forth between an anxious and a relaxed state, but then after that you fall into a deeply relaxed physical feeling. The head high is almost instantaneous, which can be effective for pain relief purposes.
This strain is most popular in Oregon and Washington.