Genes: Mostly Indica
Genetics: LSD autoflowering
Flowering: 8-9 weeks
Height US: up to 40 inches
Height EU: 70 - 120 cm
Crossing our autoflower genetics with the legendary strain LSD was no easy task. After years of R&D, we finally came across the perfect blend to bring to our fans. Our LSD-25 seeds produce high-THC, low-CBD buds with all the trippy effects of the original, but with the addition of purple coloring that make this the crown jewel of the Fast Buds strain catalog.
Taste & Aroma
Diesel & smoked wood. These harsher flavors will mellow out with proper curing, giving you a rich, full-bodied flavor.
Make no mistake, our LSD-25 strain is a heavy indica-dominant hybrid, despite the trippy name. The body high will hit you first, but slowly, sativa influenced psychedelic mind expansion and thought loops will take hold. Smoke enough and minor visual effects will make themselves known. All these effects seem to last just a tad bit longer than most other strains, so, even if you're the king of THC, we advise a bit of caution. Psychonauts will find this strain well worth the price of admission.
How It Grows
LSD-25 is easy to grow and requires no extraordinary attention or care, making this a great variety for first-time growers. It'll forgive inexperience and mistakes, and offer you a lovely purple bouquet at the end. The stable genetics mean this strain will whither pH swings, light schedule changes, low or high temperatures, and irregular and feeding, and still give you the buds you're looking for. The one thing this LSD-25 strain needs a lot of is water. The strain is a real gulper whether your crowing in coco, hydro, or soil. Plants reach 70 to 120 cm in height (2.2 – 4 ft).
The LSD-25 yield will grow in response training, creating a plant with compact branches that'll grow massive buds when tied down. Eight weeks is all it takes to run from LSD-25 seeds to harvest, making its flower some of the fastest Fast Buds around. As seen in all the strains for sale in our catalog, LSD-25 is good for cultivation outdoor, in greenhouses, and indoor. She tolerates adverse soil conditions.
There’s a reason why this is our team’s personal favorite and will hopefully be yours too!