Top 3 Strains For The Winter

Posted on November 23 2016

Winter is here and, quite obviously, it’s really cold. I’m sure there will be a ton of evidence to support claims that this year is either the coldest or the warmest winter in recorded history, but none of this changes the fact that the transition from summer to winter can be difficult. Not difficult in the traditional sense, but you generally feel a bit weaker, you may have a cold and you’ll have to wear a lot of layers. It also means you’ll probably want to stay inside and smoke your weed. With marijuana in many states now legal, it will mean you have a lot of strains to choose from. That is why I have chosen some of the best strains out there to help through winter.

Northern Lights Blue

Northern Light Blue is the result of crossing our own special Northern Light mother with an original clone of DJ Short’s authentic Blueberry.

The fragrance is sweet and slightly acidic like strawberry or forest fruits. The taste is also intense and slightly bittersweet like cherry or even grapes but with hints of incense and pine. A complex taste that reveals new layers with each toke. Needless to say, the taste is enhanced when vaporised. The effect is markedly relaxing though not at all narcotic, making it ideal for undertaking all kinds of mental or physical activity. It might be said that this is a strain without side effects.


Amherst Sour Diesel

This is one for a real lazy day, I wouldn’t recommend smoking this if you have any plans past staying at home all day. This legendary elite clone was gifted to HSO by their Mendocino partners many years ago. It´s the real deal and for those that know, the taste is superb and intense, plus the high is very strong too.



This new strain is one of the new wave of Super Autos which Flash Seeds introduced to the market as a world novelty. Indica/sativa type with relaxing and brain energetic effect. It has a sweet menthol taste. Nice, easy and relaxing, this bud is again perfect staying indoors weed.



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