LSD Marijuana Strain
LSD is a special treat for marijuana enthusiasts who seek the psychedelic thrill. The strain is named after a hallucinogenic drug dubbed Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD) that causes visual and auditory delusions.
Although LSD does not give its users audio or visual hallucinations, it hits hard with its cerebral and psychedelic effects. It delivers an intense head-high coupled with a powerful full-body relaxation.
Origin, THC levels, and genetic composition
Barney’s farm seeds company bred it by crossing Mazar-1-Sharif with the classic Skunk #1. LSD has 24% THC levels and CBD content that ranges between 1% and 5%.
Due to its strong psychedelic effects, LSD is recommended for advanced users. Inexperienced consumers may end up mentally stuck and trippy with this strain.
At first, the user experiences feelings of happiness, coupled with some mental stimulation. As the effects soar higher, the Indica effects present themselves, and users are hit with heavy body feelings that send them straight to the couch.
The result is a unique combination of soaring mental activity and physical slowness that leaves users feeling mentally and physically grounded.
Consuming high amounts of LSD may lead to a state of confusion, whereby a consumer might be unable to identify their surroundings due to altered thoughts.
Appearance, aroma, and flavor
The buds take on a classic Indica appearance. They are conical in shape and very dense. The leaves have a dark hue, while the pistils are orange-red. The crystal-like trichomes form a thick layer that is sticky on the touch. The LSD nugget is best broken down with the help of a grinder.
A seasoned consumer will quickly identify the pungent earthy aromas of LSD. They may also detect some sweet and skunky hints.
The taste is similar to the aroma. It can be described as Skunky, sweet, lemony, earthy, and citrus.
Many users love the diverse flavor of this strain. It stimulates the palate.