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Girl Scout Crack by Seedsman

A cross of two perennially popular strains; Green Crack and Girls Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Crack retains the most sought after traits of both its parents.

Combining the invigorating energy and focus of the sativa-dominant Green Crack with the euphoric relaxation of indica-dominant Girl Scout Cookies, this strain enables users to find a perfect balance between vitality and respite.

The phenomenal therapeutic benefits of both parents are also prevalent in Girl Scout Crack, which is suitable for those suffering with pain, nausea, loss of appetite, stress and depression. As an indica/sativa hybrid, it is suitable for both night and day medication.

Girl Scout Crack has a sweet, fruity aroma with purple leaves and a dense bud structure. Like both parents, the strain takes around 7 – 9 weeks to finish flowering.

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Oaseeds is an online store specializing in the sale of cannabis seeds. We have varieties of all kinds: feminized regular autoflowering and rich in CBD. Our catalog has more than 3,000 different cannabis seeds.

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A cross of two perennially popular strains; Green Crack and Girls Scout Cookies, Girl Scout Crack retains the most sought after traits of both its parents.

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Hazeman seeds

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Please share your photos and experiences of all things ‘Hazeman’, I’m no fan boy, but I’ve ran a couple of his strains that I really liked and I’ve currently got his Strawberry Cough and LAPK in the stash.

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Hazeman is a fellow Michigander, I’ve grown his seeds a few times. I don’t think I’ve gotten a seed from him yet that hasn’t popped and they have all been robust plants. My favorite from him is Durban Poison. I’m not convinced it’s the same Durban that went around back in the 70’s and 80’s but it’s still very nice. What’s different is that he’s got two distinct phenotypes, one is more Sativa dominant in it’s growth pattern. The old School Durban smelled more of anise and less of lemon and only had one basic pheno, which was less potent but also a bit more “racy” of a buzz. His seem to be the same seeds as Dutch Passion’s because they also have the two same phenotypes. The Sativa dominant pheno is the better of the two for sure, it’s the keeper. It finishes just as fast, has the same basic taste as buzz (very up and busy, it almost feels like a true long growth Sativa, not quite but it’s close) It grows huge compared with the more indica looking strain. As far as I know this is the fasted finishing Sativa around, although I’d be rather shocked if it’s still an untouched landrace as is claimed. (But who knows, Durban might have gotten some indica crossed into it a thousand years ago).

He also sent me an Aloha White Widow X white shark (white widow X SK#1). I wasn’t going to bother with them because white widow has always been rather blah of a smoke to me. Looks fantastic, but doesn’t really taste or smell all that great and although it packs a punch the first couple times you smoke it, that’s not enough to keep a strain going for me. I almost kept a male from them though because it had the markers for great genetics. Strong early growth like many males, but it also smelled better, it had 13 leaflets (blades) per leaf, which it probably got from the SK#1, which used to get 15 leaflets back in the day. I wouldn’t run this current strain again unless plant limits are undone. As a sea of green I’m sure it would produce just fine, but it’s not a great plant for production with limited plants.

From his more modern seed stock my favorite was a pack of BlueDream X White/Stardawg, which he sent me as testers. They were absolute monsters and I should run them again some day.

Please share your photos and experiences of all things 'Hazeman', I'm no fan boy, but I've ran a couple of his strains that I really liked and I've…

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jesus og strain review

Jesus og strain review

This stuff is rad. Great looking little nugs (bong buddy size) with bright orange spider leg 🕷pistils. Smells exactly like floor cleaner and chemicals. The high was really invigorating for me. Smoked at around 9pm to watch a movie and ended up cleaning my kitchen and doing laundry while the movie was on. For some reason I was motivated to he productive and I like that in a strain sometimes fo sho. Lotsve character in this strain. I’d say the allbud description is spot.

Well, it smells nice and looks pretty but thats all the good things i can say about it. The “high” brings me down. Way down. I feel sadness and a depressive heaviness after smoking it. One site says its indica dominant, others claim its sativa dominant. I dont care for sativa because it affects me negatively. This is definitely sativa. ☹️ I know it’s supposed to be uplifting happy etc., but thats not my experience.

High off this Jesus OG right nurr, only a few hits though whereas I get paranoid REALLY bad REALLY easily! I feel more chilled out and sort of “in the zone” while typing this review 😳 Last couple times I smoked it I ended up sleeping for mad hours! lol but it was much needed DEEP sleep! I’m gonna smoke a little more and write another review in a little while! 🤣 Good strain, I find it more Indica though. Good to relax, zone out and sleep!

Makes me behave. Reminds me of Mr. Nice Guy. Lives up to the Jesus part not sure about the HELL?? LOL some interesting cross breads. It feels more like Indica?? But then again my doctor just adjusted my med’s and you always have to take things like that into factor. I’m a little drowsy but not from this. Great strain

Yummy Lemon Nugs roll up quickly and hits just right for the perfect body high. Wake up an smell the OG.

Jesus OG is a sativa dominant hybrid with a 20:80 indica/ sativa ratio. It is a cross between Jack's Cleaner, Hell's OG and Space Queen. The nuggets are dense light green buds, which are completely covered by trichomes. Its smell is quite different from what you would normally expect, and is simi…

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Rude boy strain

RudeBoi OG Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid – 60% Indica / 40% Sativa
THC: 19% – 22%

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This strain is great and lasts forever. I really enjoy the flavor profile of it as well as it has a ton of beneficial medical properties that are undeniable like stress relief pain relief appetite increased greatly as well fun vibes.😁

Great hybrid for pain mood mild energy if needed and used lightly. I feel its a great strain for day or night. Stay up family old or new.

This stuff typifies what made OG so special and drove the nation nuts in the late 90s and early 2000s. I was able to grab some Rosin of this by Bedford Grow from an Illinois dispensary and its one of the best purchases I have made since getting my card. This is just straight gas, diesel, lemon, funk and earth/dirt and indeed has some of that hashy coffee bite. It basically has ever flavor found in the OG except for the marshmellow/sweet. This was my first dab after a 7 day tolerance break so I am getting the full aspects of the high. Rosin really lets the full spectrum shine through. I have 20 years of Cannabis experience and can report its effects are indeed classic OG flexible, low doses are functional and medical. Great focus, mood lift and not very sedating with a good body buzz. Higher doses are going to be more typical of an afghani/hash like high. Cerebral and stony.

RudeBoi OG, also known as “Rude Boi” or “Rude Boi Kush,” is a slightly indica dominant hybrid strain (60% indica/40% sativa) created through crossing the classic Irene OG X Face Off OG strains. Best known for its super potent high, Rude Boi OG is often sought after for its insanely long-lasting …

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Choosing Outdoor Seeds To Grow In Your Climate

What kind of cannabis you choose to cultivate and where you sow the seeds will dictate your outdoor crop’s performance. Our breakdown of the perfect strains for each climate zone will help you grow fire marijuana throughout spring, summer, and autumn.

  • 1. Cannabis cultivation—genetics
  • 2. European climate zones
  • 3. Cool northern latitudes
  • 3a. Quick One
  • 3b. Easy Bud
  • 4. Hot, dry southern climate
  • 4a. Royal Haze Auto
  • 4.b Northern Light Auto
  • 4.c OG Kush
  • 4.d Sour Diesel
  • 5. Warm-wet coastal climate
  • 5a. Amnesia Haze
  • 5b. Shining Silver Haze
  • 6. More great guides for outdoor growers in different climate zones
  • 1. Cannabis cultivation—genetics
  • 2. European climate zones
  • 3. Cool northern latitudes
  • 3a. Quick One
  • 3b. Easy Bud
  • 4. Hot, dry southern climate
  • 4a. Royal Haze Auto
  • 4b. Northern Light Auto
  • 4c. OG Kush
  • 4d. Sour Diesel
  • 5. Warm-wet coastal climate
  • 5a. Amnesia Haze
  • 5b. Shining Silver Haze
  • 6. More great guides for outdoor growers in different climate zones

THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR OF CANNABIS CULTIVATION—GENETICS

Genetics hold the key to your cannabis seeds’ potential and that’s a fact. No matter what miracle nutrient formulation you apply or how perfectly you maintain the garden, results will be genetics-driven. If you start with bunko beans, don’t expect huge yields of high-grade. Only by carefully choosing high-quality, feminized seeds can the cannabis grower avoid the low-ceiling limitations of weak genetics. Outdoor cannabis cultivation requires an even more rigorous selection process.

These days, the vast majority of cannabis strains on the market have been specifically adapted and bred for indoor cultivation. Sure, in theory, any weed can grow anywhere. But in practice, this is absolutely not the case with all cannabis varieties. Most marijuana will thrive in a sunny southern climate. However, plenty of outstanding, hardy strains can be cultivated in cooler, northern latitudes.

It’s time to get our hands dirty with some old-school marijuana cropping in the great outdoors. Match up the right cannabis with the local climate and you’ve taken the first step on the route to a successful outdoor harvest.

EUROPEAN CLIMATE ZONES: HOW MUCH SUN IS YOUR GARDEN GETTING?

Job number one is to establish how much daily sunlight your cannabis plants are likely to receive during the growing season. Once you know the timeframe you have to work with, you can begin to consider which strains are the best fits. Keep an eye on the local weather forecast and do a little online research. Find accurate data on hours of daily sunlight, sunrise and sunset times, temperatures day and night, prevailing winds, and precipitation frequency.

Perhaps you are based somewhere around the Mediterranean. If so, you have the luxury of growing late-blooming sativas outdoors from around April to Croptober. Maybe you are living in Northern Europe and only have a short Spring/Summer 8-10 week window to squeeze in some tough ruderalis. Or you could be somewhere in the middle and need versatile hybrids for a summer crop.

Here is a breakdown of different climate zones with recommended cannabis strains you can grow outdoors:

COOL NORTHERN LATITUDES

Northern European growers from the west coast of Ireland to eastern Poland need to go with cannabis strains that can survive in less-than-perfect conditions

Photoperiod and autoflowering strains bred to thrive in colder climates can produce top-shelf quality outdoors. With their fast growth and shorter flowering times, you can harvest them much earlier than other strains. This way, you can beat the rain in fall and avoid mould taking hold of your precious buds. Still, you must time your crop right to avoid the most inclement weather, as no cannabis is invincible.

Remember to reference weather data before choosing your seeds. If you find yourself limited to less than three months total crop time, you really only have time to grow very fast autoflowers during late spring/early summer. To be on the safe side, grow in containers so you can take your plants inside if the weather takes a turn for the worse.

QUICK ONE

Quick One is one of the first market-ready autoflowering cannabis varieties, and was once one of the fastest strains you could grow. She is still blazingly fast, taking only 8–9 weeks from seed to harvest, which makes her an excellent choice for those with a short summer season. This compact plant won’t get taller than 50–60cm, yet will reward you with a decent yield of up to 150g/plant. She may not be the most potent cannabis, but 13% THC still produces a very relaxing stone. She has a fresh, herbal, and citrusy aroma and a pleasantly mild taste.

Quick One
Strong Indica x Ruderalis
275 – 325 g/m 2
50 – 60 cm
5 – 6 weeks
THC: 13% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
10% Sativa, 60% Indica, 20% Ruderalis
100 – 150 g/per plant (dried)
60 – 100 cm
8 – 9 weeks after germination
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Quick One
Strong Indica x Ruderalis
275 – 325 g/m 2
50 – 60 cm
5 – 6 weeks
THC: 13% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
10% Sativa, 60% Indica, 30% Ruderalis
100 – 150 g/per plant (dried)
60 – 100 cm
8 – 9 weeks after germination
Physical

EASY BUD

Another great choice if you need a super-fast autoflowering strain to beat the bad weather is Easy Bud. Similar to Royal Dwarf, but with a few genetic differences, this girls shines with good yields and a moderate THC level. Plant your seeds, and she will soon be showing off her ripe, juicy buds in a short 8–9 weeks post-germination. With 12% THC, Easy Bud is just the perfect strain if you enjoy a mild high that won’t knock you out. Staying at a compact height of 60–100cm, the strain can yield as much as 80g of citrus-flavoured bud per plant.

Easy Bud
White Indica x Ruderalis
275 – 325 g/m 2
50 – 60 cm
5 – 7 weeks
THC: 12% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
15% Sativa, 55% Indica, 30% Ruderalis
30 – 80 g/per plant (dried)
60 – 110 cm
8- 9 weeks after germination
Physical
Easy Bud
White Indica x Ruderalis
275 – 325 g/m 2
50 – 60 cm
5 – 7 weeks
THC: 12% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
15% Sativa, 55% Indica, 30% Ruderalis
30 – 80 g/per plant (dried)
60 – 110 cm
8- 9 weeks after germination
Physical

HOT, DRY SOUTHERN CLIMATE

Southern European growers have a huge advantage over northern growers. An abundance of sunshine facilitates a long growing season that can be productive from March-November. The possibilities are endless. It really comes down to which kind of sticky green is your personal favourite.

Beginner growers can gain experience with some gourmet warm climate autoflowering varieties. In fact, the next-generation RQS auto hybrids are also a great option for more experienced growers looking to double-crop in a single season. Royal Haze Automatic and Northern Light Automatic immediately spring to mind as winners in a warm climate. All you have to decide is whether you prefer indica or sativa-leaning stash.

It would be a shame not to dabble with some fine photoperiod strains in a warmer climate. How about some organic, soil-cultivated OG Kush or Sour Diesel goodness to have your ladies growing into great ganja trees for some truly monster yields? But do keep an eye out when growing in these hot climate zones, as the scorching sun can be too much for plants to handle in excess. Shade, rather than shelter from rain, may be required. Watch out for heatwaves! Here are our favourites when growing in a hot and dry climate:

ROYAL HAZE AUTO

Our Royal Haze Auto brings simplicity to the Haze family! Being an autoflower, she does away with a major inconvenience that growers encounter with photoperiod Hazes—their long flowering time. Instead, Royal Haze Auto moves from seed to harvest in a short 10–12 weeks. She is also a great choice if you want to harvest several Haze crops over one summer season—something you can’t accomplish with photoperiod strains. Get ready for a great smoke with citrus and herbal flavours and a cerebral, uplifting Haze high.

Royal Haze Automatic
Amnesia Haze x Skunk x Ruderalis
300 – 350 g/m 2
65 – 85 cm
6 – 8 weeks
THC: 15% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
50% Sativa, 20% Indica, 30% Ruderalis
130 – 180 g/per plant (dried)
120 – 150 cm
10-12 weeks after planting
Cerebral and uplifting
Royal Haze Automatic
Amnesia Haze x Skunk x Ruderalis
300 – 350 g/m 2
65 – 85 cm
6 – 8 weeks
THC: 15% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
50% Sativa, 20% Indica, 30% Ruderalis
130 – 180 g/per plant (dried)
120 – 150 cm
10-12 weeks after planting
Cerebral and uplifting

NORTHERN LIGHT AUTO

Bred from Afghani genetics sometime in the 1970s, Northern Light has become one of the most popular strains among cannabis enthusiasts. Our autoflowering variant of this popular indica hybrid isn’t just a great indoor strain, but makes a formidable figure outdoors as well. Not that the photoperiod version isn’t awesome already (she sure is!), but there are cultivators who cherish the 9–10-week life cycle of the automatic version. And, let’s be honest, who likes to wait for awesome weed? Smoke Northern Light Auto to enjoy a relaxing physical stone with just the right amount of uplifting stimulation.

Northern Light Automatic
Northern Light x Ruderalis
500 – 550 g/m 2
80 – 120 cm
5 – 7 weeks
THC: 14% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
0% Sativa, 80% Indica, 20% Ruderalis
170 – 220 g/per plant (dried)
130 – 160 cm
9 – 10 weeks after planting
Cerebral and uplifting
Northern Light Automatic
Northern Light x Ruderalis
500 – 550 g/m 2
80 – 120 cm
5 – 7 weeks
THC: 14% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
0% Sativa, 80% Indica, 20% Ruderalis/td>
170 – 220 g/per plant (dried)
130 – 160 cm
9 – 10 weeks after planting
Cerebral and uplifting

OG KUSH

Not much needs to be said about OG Kush, one of the most iconic cannabis strains of all time. This super dank specimen, a 75% indica, is just ideal to grow outdoors under the sun. Here, a single plant can yield 500 grams in a short 8 weeks of flowering. Once you can finally set her buds ablaze, you will enjoy delicious citrus, pine, and fruit flavours. Her extremely relaxing indica effect makes OG Kush the perfect nighttime strain for chilling and watching movies.

OG Kush
Chemdawg x Lemon Thai x Pakistani Kush
425 – 475 gr/m 2
90 – 160 cm
7 – 9 weeks
THC: 19% (aprox.) / CBD: Medium
25% Sativa, 75% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
500 – 550 g/per plant (dried)
180 – 220
October
Relaxing and full of flavour
OG Kush
Chemdawg x Lemon Thai x Pakistani Kush
425 – 475 gr/m 2
90 – 160 cm
7 – 9 weeks
THC: 19% (aprox.) / CBD: Medium
25% Sativa, 75% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
500 – 550 g/per plant (dried)
180 – 220 cm
October
Relaxing and full of flavour

SOUR DIESEL

Sour Diesel is another legendary cannabis strain that any “serious” cultivator shouldn’t miss out on growing. With roots in sunny California, she’s well adapted to dry and sunny climates. Here, the plant can grow to its full potential. This 70% sativa can reach a height of 2m and flowers over 10–11 weeks. Despite the slightly prolonged flowering period, she can provide an epic yield of up to 600g/plant. Among her highlights is her trademark fuel-like aroma and taste, which is highly sought-after by cannabis enthusiasts. She provides a relaxing but clear high.

Sour Diesel
Original Diesel x (Northern light x Shiva x Hawaiian)
2
90 – 160 cm
10 – 11 weeks
THC: 18% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
70% Sativa, 30% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
150 – 200
Late October
Physical, clear high
Sour Diesel
Original Diesel x (Northern light x Shiva x Hawaiian)
2
90 – 160 cm
10 – 11 weeks
THC: 18% (aprox.) / CBD: Low
70% Sativa, 30% Indica, 0% Ruderalis
150 – 200 cm
Late October
Physical, clear high

WARM-WET COASTAL CLIMATE

Sun, sea, and outstanding outdoor sinsemilla. If you are living around the Mediterranean, you are also spoiled with choices. Although, cropping cannabis strains resistant to bud mould is probably advisable, especially if you’re a novice cultivator. Unfortunately, thick, tight colas and high humidity don’t mix.

For these climates, high-calibre Hazes are recommended. Their slightly looser flower formation and greater tolerance for humidity make sativa hybrids the perfect choice for the coastal cultivator. Of course, sativa genetics will add a few weeks to bloom, even for autoflowering Hazes. Then again, you have from April to October, so you’re not really in a rush. Plenty of time to harvest the finest headstash!

But don’t get too complacent with sativa genetics as they too can succumb to mould and fungus. Check the weather and be at the ready to harvest from September onward should the rain come early. Here are our recommended Hazes to grow in a hot and humid climate:

AMNESIA HAZE

Derived from old-school Haze seeds and considered one of the best variants, Amnesia Haze by RQS is a great choice for growing in hot and humid conditions. This 70% sativa, which can reach a height of 210cm, keeps the risk for mould low thanks to her airy leaf-to-flower ratio. But know that growing Amnesia Haze isn’t something for the impatient. Expect about four months of growing and then another two weeks of drying and curing before you can finally enjoy this outstanding strain. On the other hand, getting 700g/plant in good conditions—and a spectacular head high powered by 22% THC—will absolutely make you forget the long wait. Well, just look at her name. duh!

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Shiskaberry strain

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One of the best around. Tastes just like it’s namesake. Rare flavor, very fun to share and experience.hidden jem that deserves more attention.

Got an oz of this strain on sale a few days back. It doesn’t make me cough even with a deep toke, and it doesn’t take much to feel the effects. Dank scent but in a good way, dank fruity taste. Immediate head rush, then a strong body rush. it leaves me floating in a warm place. It helps with my chronic neck pain. And I’ve been sleeping well the past few nights.

Love the flavour. My bid from OCS was a bit dry. Nice head high followed by a nice come down on the body

Thanks Caitlin, I have some “on order” and should be sampling in a few weeks, hopefully. I was interested to see how this flower will effect my hands. I have had cronic numbness and mild pain especially in my right hand for years, non-stop, And recently I had a round of gout in my right foot. excruciatingly painful to say the least. However that pain has caused me to nearly give up all sugar as it is huge in contributing to the issue. So should be healthier in the long run! I also liked what I have read about anxiety and stress. I also have ptsd. So my patient loving wife is excited too! Appreciate your post.

Great bud! Good hi. the little bit of sativa in it keeps it interesting and not zombie like. smooth up and smooth down.Keeps me happy, calm and it also helps with arthritic pain. Happy. Caitlin

“The Kish” is one of those strains that’s hard to find, but once you do find it, you’ll want to buy as much of it as you can. The THC level is insane, well over 25% every time I’ve bought it, although the CBD level is pretty much nonexistent. The high itself is very well balanced with both head and body effects that leave you relaxed mentally and physically. I would highly recommend trying Kish to any experienced user, but I would avoid it if I was inexperienced because of its high THC.

Shishkaberry, also known as "The Kish" to many members of the cannabis community, is an indica dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% sativa) strain that is a potent cross between the delicious The Red X Blueberry strains. This dank bud boasts a moderately high THC level ranging from 18-26% on average a…

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Black Mamba

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Black Mamba is an indica marijuana strain and is thought to be a cross of Granddaddy Purple and Black Domina. This strain features d ark green and dense nugs that have a strong perfumey aroma and a distinctly sweet grape taste that is reminiscent of GDP. Many users report an upbeat feeling that mellows into a state of deep relaxation. Touted for its long-lasting effects, this Black Mamba is one to curl up with, not run away from. Black Mamba is believed to be n amed after the deadly African snake (or perhaps the vengeful bride from the movie Kill Bill ), so it’s no surprise that this strain is known for being strong (it might just knock less experienced users into nap time). These plants produce dark green to purple leaves, but it’s the flowers that appear after about 8 weeks that really give a hint to its supposed heritage.

Black Mamba is an indica marijuana strain and is thought to be a cross of Granddaddy Purple and Black Domina. This strain features d ark green and dense nugs that have a strong perfumey aroma and a distinctly sweet grape taste that is reminiscent of GDP. Many users report an upbeat feeling that mellows into a state of deep relaxation. Touted for its long-lasting effects, this Black Mamba is one to curl up with, not run away from. Black Mamba is believed to be n amed after the deadly African snake (or perhaps the vengeful bride from the movie Kill Bill ), so it’s no surprise that this strain is known for being strong (it might just knock less experienced users into nap time). These plants produce dark green to purple leaves, but it’s the flowers that appear after about 8 weeks that really give a hint to its supposed heritage.

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10 Terrifying Facts You Need To Know About Guillermo del Toro’s FX Series The Strain

FX series The Strain was criminally under-watched. Created by Guillermo del Toro, here’s what fans should know about this vampire medical procedural.

FX’s The Strain combines viral outbreaks and vampires in fascinating ways. This horror series, which aired for four seasons between 2014 and 2017, features an ensemble cast navigating a world overrun by a virus connected to an ancient form of vampirism. Set in New York City, The Strain follows these disparate characters as they band together in order to ensure their survival.

The Strain stands apart from other recent vampire dramas. Not only does it take the genre in new directions, but the series also presents itself like a medical procedural ⁠— one with a supernatural edge. Despite being co-created by genre icon Guillermo del Toro, The Strain remains criminally under-watched. Fortunately, all four seasons are currently available on Hulu. Here’s everything you need to know before you binge this unique horror show.

10 It Is Based On Three Novels By Del Toro And Chuck Hogan

Before he developed the show, Guillermo del Toro co-wrote The Strain trilogy with novelist and screenwriter Chuck Hogan. The pair waited until after they finished the books before developing the television show. They decided upon FX because the network wanted to remain faithful to the books.

Even though they hoped to make it a five-season series, under FX’s guidance, del Toro and Hogan condensed their storyline to four.

9 The Series Follows A Viral Outbreak

Corey Stoll plays Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head Centers for Disease Control and Prevention scientist who is called upon when all of the passengers on a large commuter plane are found dead. With his colleague, Dr. Nora Martinez (Mía Maestro), Dr. Goodweather traces the strange virus that affected all the passengers onboard.

Soon, the CDC doctors realize they’ve got much more on their hands than a deadly virus. What they’re dealing with is a contagion that turns everyone infected into vicious vampires.

8 The Virus Is Connected To An Ancient Form Of Vampirism

Dr. Goodweather and Dr. Martinez cross paths with a cantankerous old man named Professor Abraham Setrakian, played by David Bradley. Setrakian’s character pays homage to Dracula’s vampire hunter, Abraham Van Helsing.

As the virus slowly starts to transform those it infects into vampires, Setrakian works with the doctors to share his knowledge of this grotesque strain of vampirism, which goes back to his youth in Poland.

7 The Vampirism Involves Complex Mythology And Folklore

As the show evolves, the history and origin of its particular brand of vampirism are explored. The strain originates with an ancient being known as the Master, a supernatural entity that inhabits human beings in order to remain alive. The Master arrives in New York at the behest of some powerful acolytes who hope to take over the world.

It turns out the Master controls all those infected with the virus. There is only one way to kill this seemingly indestructible being: an old tome called the Occido Lumen.

6 The Plot Incorporates World War II History

Thomas Eichhorst, played by Richard Sammel, is one of the Master’s highest-ranking acolytes, a ruthless killer who wants to see the human race consigned to the status of vampire food. Eichhorst was an SS officer in World War II who ran the camp that Abraham Setrakian was imprisoned in during the war.

Eichhorst is a vampire whose fascist ideology persists in the present. The Strain explores the vampirism’s connection to Nazis and World War II. After surviving the Holocaust, Setrakian dedicates his life to waging war against the vampires.

5 It Takes A Procedural Approach, Focusing On Government Response

Chuck Hogan’s experience writing screenplays for procedurals prepared him for The Strain‘s special blend of horror and methodological investigations. In addition to focusing on the CDC, The Strain traces how the government responds to the supernatural epidemic.

Samantha Mathis plays Justine Feraldo, a councilwoman for Staten Island who suspects some high-level government officials are involved in the Master’s arrival in New York. This adds extra tension to the narrative.

4 The Series Also Includes Classic Horror Elements

For those who like to be scared, The Strain doesn’t hold back in delivering plenty of terror. The more intellectual aspects of the plot are balanced out by action, gore, and moments of pure fright.

Kevin Durand’s character Vasiliy Fet serves as the classic action movie hero in the series. This tough Ukrainian rat exterminator brings his fighting skills to the group of the survivors, balancing out Setrakian’s knowledge and the doctors’ medical expertise.

3 Del Toro’s Stylized Approach To Storytelling Is Evident Here

Guillermo del Toro builds believable yet fantastical worlds in his films. That skill is evident in The Strain, too. While aspects of the series are inspired by procedurals like CSI or The Wire, del Toro fills it with horror atmospherics.

From camera work to lighting, every aspect of The Strain fills viewers with the sense that something awful lurks around the corner. The series usually delivers on that promise.

2 Plays On Vampire And Zombie Tropes

The vampires in The Strain are unlike others in cinema and literature. Instead of fangs, these creatures attack by projecting a long, proboscis-like tongue into their victim’s neck. Once turned, these creatures go after their loved ones first.

Abraham Setrakian refers to these beings as Strigoi. The Strain also includes daywalkers and an ancient coterie of vampires the Master once belonged to but eventually broke away from.

1 It Is Currently Streaming On Hulu

If you’re into vampires, procedurals, and the ancient fight between good and evil, The Strain is the series for you. Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s expertise is evident throughout the entire series.

The Strain contains nuanced characters and a compelling narrative that is often hard to predict. Fortunately, you can watch every season on Hulu.

FX series The Strain was criminally under-watched. Created by Guillermo del Toro, here’s what fans should know about this vampire medical procedural.

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Cali gold strain

Cali Gold Strain

Hybrid – 50% Sativa /50% Indica
THC: 19%

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Awesome strain but am I the only person who thinks its tastes like brown gravy?

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I don’t know what the other person is talking about it doesn’t have any diesel in it you probably got some fake Cali Gold

I was told this is some sort of Sour Diesel and Sadly it is NOT ANYTHING close to the real diesel, Original Diesel and Sour Diesel BOTH have a definitive tasty diesel flavor which this strain is missing. It has more of a pine flavor which is nice and getting their cones is perfect

Cali Gold is an indica strain and is quite popular amongst individuals who have been smoking cannabis for quite some time. It offers an amazing kick and an exceptional flavor at the same time. Upon closer inspection, the buds turn out silvery green in color. You may also notice dark orange hairs …