White Fire OG Strain

ORIGIN The White mixed with Fire OG
EFFECTS happy – 10
euphoric – 9
relaxed – 9
uplifted – 8
creative – 7
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) dry mouth – 10
dry eyes – 7
paranoid – 4
dizzy – 3
anxious – 1
FRAGRANCE diesel, earthy, pepper, pine, pungent, woody
FLAVORS diesel, peppery, pine, sweet
MEDICAL stress – 10
depression – 10
pain – 9
insomnia – 5
nausea – 4
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS 9-10 weeks
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS October
PLANT HEIGHT Medium
THC CONTENT % 22%-28%
CBD % 0.08%-0.3%
INDICA / SATIVA % 60% / 40%
INDOOR YIELD 21oz/ m2
OUTDOOR YIELD 18oz/ plant
CLIMATE hot and sunny outdoor environment
GROWTH LEVEL medium
RESISTANCE TO DISEASE high resistance to disease

Super Lemon Haze Marijuana Strain

THC CBD LINEAGE
20% 0.1% Lemon Skunk
Super Silver Haze
Super Lemon Haze is a Sativa marijuana strain. This strain has lemon flavors that are both sweet and tart, and an energetic buzz that will leave marijuana enthusiasts feeling uplifted, creative and even a little aroused.
Super Lemon Haze is a Green House Seeds creation. A Sativa-dominant hybrid, this strain provides a light and airy mental cannabis experience with some gentle body relaxation. THC levels tend to hover between 17 and 22%.
Bred by Green House Seeds, this two-time Cannabis Cup winner is one spirited Sativa. A cross between Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze, this strain is all energy. Expect a clear-headed, inspiring, and jolly good time with Super Lemon Haze. This strain’s uplifting effects are matched by its powerful, stimulating citrus aroma. Everything about this marijuana strain is lively, smart, and daring.

This strain is still technically a hybrid, however. This means it has some Indica thrown into the mix. While the effects are mostly mental, this strain does provide some decent body soothing relief. In fact, many marijuana consumers feel this strain in the body first.

With all this mental euphoria and physical relaxation, you may find yourself feeling little frisky. Many cannabis consumers report arousing effects from this strain. So, hoping to get a little lucky this weekend? Super Lemon Haze may help mellow you out. Though, it should be noted that in high doses you may feel the opposite effect.

For those marijuana consumers who prefer their weed in concentrate form, Super Lemon Haze shatter is available from Phyto Extractions, as well as other companies.

Traits of Super Lemon Haze and Super Lemon Haze Seeds

Lemon in more than just name, this strain offers marijuana consumers a sweet and tart lemon smoke just as they would expect. Some might be reminded of Lemonheads, but without that cheek-tensing sourness. With green-brown nugs and a nice thick layer of resinous trichomes, cannabis consumers will know they’re in for a treat as soon as they lay their eyes on this strain.

Measuring a Strain’s Strength

The cannabis plant does not actually produce THC. Instead, the plant produces tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), a non-psychoactive, acidic cannabinoid.

When the plant is heated, it undergoes a process called decarboxylation, where THCA is converted to THC.

Lab testing of marijuana is now commonplace in areas where medical or recreational marijuana is permitted. Marijuana labs test for a number of things, including total cannabinoid content.

Labs test for THCA, and use a mathematical formula to determine the THC content. This is because the conversion from THCA to THC involves a loss of molecular mass, and strain potencies are measured as a percentage of the total weight.

But the figure produced from these mathematical conversions can often be misleading, explains Alec Dixon, co-founder of SC Laboratories, a large laboratory facility in Santa Cruz, California.

The equation uses a mass weight correction of 12 percent, which would only occur “in a perfect theoretical vacuum,” he says.

Labs have not developed a reliable, consistent method for testing for THC value, so THCA is the more accurate and routine way to discuss cannabis potency.

For this reason, Dixon says it’s the better figure to pay attention to while selecting a strain.

“Looking at the THCA value will give you the best idea of how much THC will be there when you use it,” says Dixon, “without the lab doing any math to see how much will convert, which could potentially be wrong.”

THC Risks and Overdose

Over the past few decades, the average THC content of cannabis has increased as well as the potency or strength of the cannabis being used today.

Stronger strains of marijuana may increase your exposure to THC and the risk of adverse side effects.

Ingesting THC as an edible or concentrate can also increase the chances of an overdose. While you cannot die from a THC overdose, it can cause some unpleasant symptoms.

Severe side effects such as dizziness, hallucinations, and, in rare cases, an extreme psychotic reaction may result from ingesting THC and may lead some to seek treatment at a hospital emergency room.

Psychotic symptoms resulting from an overdose of THC generally last for a short duration. However, some cases of overdose have been known to last for several days.

Signs of THC overdose include:

Dizziness
Increased heart rate
Shortness of breath
Turning pale
Anxiety or paranoia
Hallucinations
Vomiting
Inability to move
Disorientation
Trembling

THC is the primary ingredient in marijuana responsible for the high

Marijuana is identified by its two active ingredients or chemicals: THC and CBD. THC is the psychoactive chemical that affects how you feel by creating the “high.”

But getting high is not all that it’s good for. THC also has a wide range of medical benefits, and is commonly reported to relieve pain, nausea, and depression, among other things.

THC was first isolated in 1964 by an Israeli scientist named Dr. Raphael Mechoulam. Since then, many other cannabinoid compounds have been discovered.

The amount of THC in marijuana depends on the strain type and the conditions in which the plant grows. Today, the average strain contains between 10-30% THC.

increase your female to male ratio

Get more female plants usingNitrogen and potassium
Changing the level of these two nutrients in the soil can create an environment that is more conducive to female marijuana plants. Raising the levels of nitrogen in the soil is proven to encourage more female plants, and the same is achieved by lowering the levels of potassium. You can alternate between raising the nitrogen levels and lowering the potassium levels during the vegetation cycle of your plant. For example, a week or two with either adjustment. Remember not to go changing the environment too drastically, because a stressed plant is less likely to be a flowering female plant!

Get more female plants usingTemperature and humidity
These two can be tricky to get right, because female marijuana plants like lower temperatures and higher humidity. You don’t want to sacrifice humidity with a ventilation system where the air is cycled from outside, so a fan is perhaps a better way to lower the temperature during vegetation.

Get more female plants usingLight
Light can be manipulated in two different ways during this special period of the vegetation stage to increase female plants. Female plants tend to favour growing under lights with a blue spectrum. Red spectrum lights are favoured by male plants. The second tool is to decrease the amount of hours of light that your plants are exposed to. It is better to expose the seedlings to about 14 hours of daylight.

It’s possible to manipulate your growing environment to encourage the growth of female plants rather than male. Of course, this doesn’t ensure that 100% of plants will grow up to be flowering females, but these techniques have been tried and proven. Because of how complex the gender selection process is for marijuana, it can be challenging to interfere in a process we don’t know much about. However, these methods come from research involved in creating feminized seeds, and so encourage a greater female to male ratio. Good luck growing luscious female weed plants!