Quickly growing to become one of the more popular strains on the cannabis market, Slurricane brings indica lovers everything they could ever ask for in a bud. By crossing Do-Si-Dos with Purple Punch, the team at In House Genetics has developed something of a legend. They’ve experimented with a wide range of phenotypes and it seems as if we might see Slurricane crossed with other strains to create some pretty amazing plants in the near future.
Most would agree that this strain is ideal for more experienced users as her THC levels can reach as high as 28%. Nugs are large, fluffy, and dark in color, yet have a thick layer of white trichomes that take on a bit of a purple hue in just the right light. Both flavors and aromas mirror each other pretty accurately, and users can expect a mixture of berries, spice, cream, and even a bit of tropical fruit to dance along their palate as they smoke. Given that Slurricane is recommended for use during the evening, she could make for the perfect dessert bud.
Your tolerance will largely determine your exact experience with this gal, but in general, individuals can expect to enjoy your typical rollercoaster high that’s associated with hybrids. Initially, a surge of euphoria could enter into your mind and is often accompanied by a set of tingles that start in the back of the head and work their way down to your toes. Just when you think you couldn’t get any happier, the real effects start to kick in. Most report that Slurricane brings on heavy feelings of sedation that often lead to sleep, so make sure to grab some snacks and get comfortable before you settle down on your couch because you likely won’t be getting up any time soon.
Home cultivators might have some mixed feelings when it comes to Slurricane because while In House Genetics does partner with quite a few online seed distributors, it seems that everyone has been and always will be sold out of this particular bud. Assuming you can place an order, it’s recommended that you partner with an experienced grower on this one. Preferred environments, maturation time, and even harvest sizes are all largely unknown, making this gal a bit of a mystery in her own way.
We’ve all had those days that were just so long and grueling that we’d do anything possible to forget about them, and for most people, Slurricane is just the thing to take on that challenge. It’s recommended that you know your tolerance before indulging in any bud, but it’s even more strongly advised here as her levels of sedation could reach completely new heights.
What Is Craft Cannabis?
Craft Cannabis is the outcome of many years of hard work and significant hands-on experience growing cannabis with precision and a lot of heart.
Maximizing the capabilities of a cannabis strain to enhance its effects or medical attributes are the primary goals of any true cannabis enthusiast. Craft cannabis is grown with this mind. The pungent smells and varying tastes are just a few of the things cultivators attempt to perfect with this ongoing challenge.
Growers have been using their own tricks and traditions for years to improve the outcome of their craft strains. These tactics include everything from estimating the highest levels of terpenes, judging plants by appearance only, or even playing music to crops during feedings.
The dedication that goes into growing craft cannabis is immense. Before growing even commences, the perfect strain needs to be found. In most cases, this search for premium genetics can result in a new strain needing to be created which can be even more of a challenge.
Breeding new strains for craft cannabis use can be very complex. Managing to perfectly combine the positive traits of each strain while avoiding the negative aspects is a fine art. With this in mind, multiple phenotypes of the new strain are created while seeking out the best taste and effectiveness. These are not the only crucial determining factors either. While a phenotype that combines both of these aspects is desirable, a high yield is also essential due to all the hard work this process can be for independent and small growers.