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Channeling the Great Willie Nelson

It’s a slow burn.

It’s only fitting that one of the greatest recognized artists in music would also become one of the most known and liked strains of marijuana. We purchased Willie Nelson, a Sativa strain, grown by Canna Herb, and joined a revolution. It’s thick, rich and spacy. You sink fully into anything you do and swirl around in your mind for hours.

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Info to Know:

Type: Willie Nelson, Sativa

THC Content: 20.42 percent total THC

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Nugs: Light green in color, very dense with lots of crystals and orange hairs.

Odor: Smells like the fresh fruit at a lovely brunch, very citrus-y

Taste: Thick, fire-y and rich in the back of your throat. Exhale tastes like a bonfire

High: A slow burn, thick and head heavy. Very deep high

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Willie Nelson

It’s a slow burn. The high almost feels like it’s lagging behind your mind. You feel the smoke going in and the high set over you a moment after you expect it to, but once it arrives it hits you with full force and you’re left at its sweet mercy.

And isn’t it one of the ultimate signs you have made it in life getting a weed strain named after you? Willie Nelson sure has achieved this feat. Parent to strains like Cher-Willie’s, Willie Nelson is a popular genetic line with a huge stoner following.

After the initial high sets in, you wonder what you were ever waiting for at all. This strain produces a deep, thick and spacy high that you will need to fully embrace and zone out in, and you won’t want to look back. Every moment is noticed and appreciated like never before.

 

Photo: @wewon31, Toke Tank

 

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