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This strain emerged from the Humboldt County, California and that area’s telephone area code is the source of its numerical moniker. It’s a cross between Sour Diesel, OG Kush and Master Kush. 707 Headband plants flower in 9 to 11 weeks and usually have large yields. An indica dominant hybrid, this strain is known to have high THC levels and can be strong, but it’s balanced enough to leave most users feeling “heady” and creative rather than sleepy. Because of this, it’s often used to treat tension and anxiety.
“this weed takes a while to hit you, so be very careful. you'll take a hit, think it's done its job, then twenty minutes later you'll be fine, but all of a sudden you're way higher, then you get on leafly and warn people because they need to know.”
“Found this in live resin concentrate and it's one of the most complex and subtle tasting strains I have come across. Relatively high levels of humulene, maybe inherited from the sour diesel, along with the familiar kush notes...you just have to try it for yourself and see.
Just like every says, the body is relaxed but the mind is opened up to extremely divergent thinking and a gentle sweeping aside of anxious or tra...”