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The provocatively-named Dirty Girl is a cross between Cinderella 99 and Lemon Wreck, a Trainwreck-derived hybrid. Grown outdoors in Washington state's sunny and fertile Okanogan Valley, it represents the best of what sativas have to offer. It has a complex flavor profile and a long-lasting cerebral high that can be potent even for more experienced cannabis users. Cannabis testing lab Analytical 360 has found flowers of Dirty Girl to have between 17% and a whopping 28% THC.

Dirty Girl's flowers are visually unremarkable, with small to medium buds that have both elongated and spherical shapes depending on the phenotype. The leaves are yellow-green and are threaded through with honey-colored hairs (which are actually pistils, meant to catch pollen from fertilizing male plants). One visual highlight, however, is the high concentration of sticky trichomes that coat the surfaces and inner crevices of these flowers. When properly cured, the flowers give off a hashy, incense like aroma, evidence of grandparent strain Afghani. A tropical citrus tang lurks underneath this musk, and when buds are ground or broken open, they may give off a faint sting of ammonia. When combusted, Dirty Girl yields a smooth smoke that tastes simultaneously sweet and lemony on the exhale.

Dirty Girl (3g)

R450,00Price
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