A Dub will do anything for attention. One of the strongest strains on the planet, A-Dub is the well-balanced offspring of parents Sour Double and Alien Dawg. A California native with chunky flowers, its high potency may be attributed to the high concentration of white trichomes coverage over its buds. The essence of fruity lime underscores an earthy, dank flavour. Well-balanced and good for intermediate users.
In 2014, this powerful cannabis strain was named the second strongest strain on Earth by High Times magazine. A Dub Strain is a potent indica dominant hybrid weed strain. It combines Sour Double (a cross between Sour Diesel and Sour Bubble) and Alien Dawg (a cross between Alien Tech and Chemdawg). Because of its indica dominant genetics and high THC levels ranging from 17 to 30%, A-dub is not recommended for beginners or weed smokers with low tolerance. Smoking even a small amount may induce acute paranoia and dizziness in new users.
This concentrated cannabis strain is crafted to give you a high you won’t soon forget, creating a euphoric, happy buzz. If you are looking for a high that will give you bouts of intense creativity, A Dub Strain in the bud for you. The high has an immediate energized cerebral onset, followed by a mellow body buzz. In the moments after smoking this cannabis, you may experience a rush of blood to your face, that may feel like a pressure in the temples and a flute in your cheeks. The trippy strain can distort your perception giving a psychedelic edge to watching your favourite movie or listening to your favourite album. It is also great for smoking with friends over deep conversations. This smoke can make the most mundane repetitive tasks take on a new and exciting character, with this high even doing laundry can be fun.
A-dub is good for both recreational and medical marijuana use. Patients with overwhelming depression and mood disorders use this strain as treatment. The strain is known to help ADD and increases focus on tasks. The relaxing properties of this weed strain are helpful in treating stress. Individuals who are diagnosed with chronic insomnia have reported this strain helped them immensely. Its strong relaxation and sedation properties make it ideal for an afternoon or evening smoke. Smoking A-dub can bring on a case of the munchies, which makes it a good remedy for loss of appetite. Other conditions this strain is used for are pain management, inflammation associated with arthritis, fibromyalgia and muscle aches. A-dub can bring about some intense and paranoid patterns of thinking in the wrong circumstances, patients who are prone to panic or paranoia should consume this strain with caution.
This bud has a frosty mint green body complemented by iconic fiery orange hairs and glittery trichomes. Its chunky well-formed flowers distinguish it from the rest. The leaves are small and curl tightly inward toward a compact center. It has a strong sweet and sour woody aroma. When smoked it gives a pleasant fruity spicy taste with notes of citrus. A-Dub grows easily inside or out in a warm, sunny, and humid climate. Its plants grow short and bushy and may require occasional pruning. It produces high yields during an eight-to-nine week flowering cycle.
February 23, 2020 8:10 pm
Really enjoyed this strain. The euphoria was fantastic, and I was the perfect mix between relaxed and energized. The taste was also surprisingly really good. I smoked it and the smoke tasted sweet yet Earthy. It was a really good mix. The aroma was nice too. I wasn’t all that big a fan of the smoke, as it was thick and almost hard to inhale. I did notice that I was somewhat couch locked but not enough to stop me from raiding the fridge every once in a while. Even though the weed didn’t put me to sleep right away, I slept great all throughout the night later on. I woke up feeling rejuvenated and honestly wanted to light up again. Too bad I have to work! Would recommend to everyone. Was a truly pleasant experience.
February 19, 2020 8:10 pm
Not even joking, this strain is perfect for the video game lovers out there. I was lighting up while playing Minecraft and it’s like all of a sudden the game was just better. The colours were sharper, the sound was intense, and even the feel of the keyboard beneath my fingers felt great. I was buzzed out of my mind, yet so euphoric I could actually pay attention to the game. Every little detail was not only funny, but actually really cool. This strain made it feel like I was playing a brand new game, rather than one I have hundreds of hours on. I think I did have dry eyes at one point but I’m not sure if that was the weed or me just not blinking for a while. I found that smoking it was easy, just the right amount of smoke. Easy to inhale, tasted pretty good, didn’t smell too bad. All the essentials. Try it if you want to have a good time.
February 8, 2020 8:10 pm
Hi, I want to say that this strain tasted good but I didn’t like anything else about it. The smoke was really thick and I felt as though it was choking me with every inhale. Also my eyes and mouth got like really dry. I washed my eyes out but my eyes took a bit to get back to normal. My mouth on the other hand didn’t stay dry for very long. It was like your typical cotton mouth. A little bit of water goes a long way. Besides all that, all the other things that bothered me were minor. I felt dizzy for a while, but since I was sitting it wasn’t nearly as big a problem as it could have been. More annoying then anything was shivers. The more I smoked the weed the harder I would shiver. I wasn’t cold, it was almost like muscle spasms. I’m a beginner user so I’m not sure if these are normal symptoms but I’m definitely not a fan of this strain.
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