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Mick jagger og cannabis seeds

Envy Genetics

Ordered these on Monday morning and was here by noon Thursday from Untied Seed Bank. Very satisfied!

EnvyGenetics
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Man I’m so stoked for that Olaf. I just ended up ordering one pack and it should be here either today or tomorrow. Pack banditz ships so fkn fast.

EnvyGenetics
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Just got these gems in, and holy shit talk about expedited shipping! Definitely not going to knock any other seeds banks, but would highly recommend Pack Banditz if you’re looking for Envy’s gear! Zuddz and either Zmartiez or BakersDozen are getting wet the second i chop down my current run. Got Fang!, another pack of The Glove, and Georgia Cry. Came with Freebies of MickJagger, BakersDozen, and another Zuddz. Most likely won’t get to the regs until i lock down a bigger spot, because i definitely don’t want to miss out on a stud like i found out of the CaliMints.

Nate Dogg
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No problem man, thanks for keep dropping this heat on us. Got two Olaf’s on the way with one of each freebie. Definitely looking forward to hunting through all these!

Flatrate
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Order from Harvest Mutual just out of the box!

EnvyGenetics
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Order from Harvest Mutual just out of the box!

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Still haven’t gotten to any of the calisunset crossed. Only one pheno of CardiB looks decent and I got rid of the rest to make room for something else, namely Xs n blowz, which 5/6 germinated. I might also pop the cherry sukka since that’s also a blowpops bx cross that I have a half pack of. Xs n blowz in on top. The other cluster of 10 is pure Michigan F2. Above the Xs n blowz is some trapqueen from savage which I got wet yesterday and haven’t sprouted yet.

jdoeanon
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Man, these tropical popsicles are some big ass plants! Def gonna be a nice yield, got a few phenos of tp and this gilroy (gmo x calisunset) at week 3 flower almost.. all super nice. Far as smells go thus far, stem rubs smell more like sherb leaners

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Man, these tropical popsicles are some big ass plants! Def gonna be a nice yield, got a few phenos of tp and this gilroy (gmo x calisunset) at week 3 flower almost.. all super nice. Far as smells go thus far, stem rubs smell more like sherb leaners

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GetRektInc
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Almost thought I may have lost my cash but nope seedsherenow.com are stand up people, after a month (no idea how it took that damned long) FINALLY I get confirmation my payment made it and my gear was shipped. Thank you seedsherenow.com.

Only thing weird is the box from Aficionado which I emailed Leo about so hopefully all good . can’t see it being fake but had to ask as it looks different the color of wax on vial to stamp on paper and with Leo’s gear it is usually an EXACT match. Hopefully I am paranoid and it is nothing.

Anyone know what this Cake mix x Lickz is? I know Lickz is a runtz (ss x og) cross but what is Cake mix . hoping this is the lemon cakey freebie guys were mentioning.

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I wanted to buy more Envy like about 4 other ones BUUUUUT my old lady never tried SD before and wanted to since high school so yeeeears. THIS Aficionado rare one popped up snd I HAAAAAD TO. Myself was looking for one and was going to go with Top Dawg (JJ) or if Lucky Dog (SunkVA) had but when I saw this one it was INSTA BUY. Plus pretty limited 100 boxes so figured we HAD to have it.

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Flatrate
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Mine were too! When I grew that ppl went bonkers, it is still talked about and ppl want it again. Starting this coming fall I am running nothing but Envy gear till the following spring, so I might drop a few more TP for a little surprise.

Nate Dogg
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Almost thought I may have lost my cash but nope seedsherenow.com are stand up people, after a month (no idea how it took that damned long) FINALLY I get confirmation my payment made it and my gear was shipped. Thank you seedsherenow.com.

Only thing weird is the box from Aficionado which I emailed Leo about so hopefully all good . can’t see it being fake but had to ask as it looks different the color of wax on vial to stamp on paper and with Leo’s gear it is usually an EXACT match. Hopefully I am paranoid and it is nothing.

Anyone know what this Cake mix x Lickz is? I know Lickz is a runtz (ss x og) cross but what is Cake mix . hoping this is the lemon cakey freebie guys were mentioning.

Hell yeah, that Baker’s Dozen is one hell of a score especially with the P562. Definitely popping some of the Lickz fem crosses after this harvest. Zuddz is definitely getting popped because I was lucky enough to get two, and either MickJagger or Zmartiez. Was thinking the Baker’s Dozen, but might have some plans with some of those ladies, and setting them up on a sexy date lol.Well still definitely a possibility of all the other Lickz crosses getting hit up by a nice stud. Also plan on a hunting through some of the Sugar Rush #6(Grape/Cherry Pie dom geno) x CaliMints #3 cross i made myself, because there was no way in hell ibwas trashing that beast of a stud(well hopefully stud, haven’t haven’t seen any of his offspring yet, but i’m not worrying at all that it could be a bunk male. He definitely had the same structured leaves as Sherb, extremely tight flower clusters just like Cookies, the structure of a way more sturdy and way more vigorous Sherb, and just reeked like Gassy OG. So Hopefully he passes on those same characteristics(preferably the best attributes of each cut used in that cross, And he definitely has potential). Also still have all the pollen i collected off of CaliMints #6. That genotype was more lanky, and had the structure of Animal Cookies. Which definitely isn’t a bad thing the Animal cut is one of my favorites.

EFF Acapulco Gold Pre-Rolls

Grown by Humboldt Grove and rolled at Emerald Family Farms, our 1 gram EFF Acapulco Gold Pre-Roll is an absolutely legendary Sativa that provides the perfect social high for use any time of the day or night.

The rare and legendary Acapulco Gold, whose origins remain a mystery, is an 80/20 Sativa dominant hybrid originally from Acapulco, Mexico that was first introduced to the US in 1964. The fluffy, light green, buds have a golden brown appearance thanks to the abundance of burnt orange pistils and glistening coating of frosty trichomes.

With it’s moderate THC content, Acapulco Gold provides a balanced daytime high that is uplifting and energizing with a wave of motivated euphoria. The mild body high that follows is calming and relaxing, making this a perfect social strain that can be used any time of the day or night.

Upon twisting off the cap, the room is quickly filled with a burnt toffee aroma with sweet, earthy, and musky undertones. Sparking up this Acapulco Gold Pre-Roll, and taking a deep inhale, will delight your palate with a sweet creamy coffee flavor, with undertones of citrus and pine.

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Acapulco Gold is a true cannabis legend, enjoyed by luminaries like Jack Nicholson, Mick Jagger, and Cheech and Chong. Medical users will love it for relief from chronic pain, migraines, stress, and anxiety. In the words of Cheech and Chong, “No stems no seeds that you don’t need, Acapulco Gold is some bada** weed.”

About this strain

Acapulco Gold is a rare sativa marijuana strain. As one of the most well-known strains, Acapulco Gold has been likened to dinner at a five-star restaurant. This strain produces effects that are motivating and energizing. This strain comes from the area in and around Acapulco, Mexico, and its orange hairs resemble a gold nugget, with gold, green, and brown colors and plenty of resin on the buds. An aroma of burnt toffee lingers when the bud is broken up. Acapulco Gold has a reputation for being one of the best cannabis strains ever created, and it’s becoming more difficult to find.

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Get to Know a Landrace Strain – Acapulco Gold

T here’s a scene in the 1978 Cheech and Chong stoner film Up In Smoke, where Tommy Chong lights up a joint the size of a paper towel roll. Cheech Marin takes the joint and tells Chong he’s smoked just about everything, “and Acapulco Gold, man.”

Judging by how hard it is to find the Acapulco Gold strain today, you’d never guess that it held such sway over the early stoner scene. Let’s get to know a landrace strain – North America’s very own Acapulco Gold.

Acapulco Gold Cultural References

That “You Wanna Get High” scene, from Cheech and Chong, is only one of the stoner culture’s nods to the landrace strain, Acapulco Gold. Especially in the 1960’s and 70’s, Acapulco Gold was talked about just about everywhere, including books like Acapulco Gold by Edwin Corley, The Savage Detectives by Roberto Bolaño, Norman Spinrad’s Bug Jack Barron, Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s Mission Earth novels, and others by Gonzo journalist, Hunter S. Thompson, and footnote aficionado David Foster Wallace.

One way to enjoy Acapulco Gold is by burning a joint while watching a movie it is being featured in. photo credit

The strain had a big headway in the cinematic world as well. There’s the 1976 film smuggling film, Acapulco Gold, as well as a mockumentary with the same name, a 1970 film called Performance where Mick Jagger’s character was an Acapulco Gold smoker, and of course, Up in Smoke.

The Roots of Acapulco Gold

So what is it about this pure sativa (aka Mexican sativa) that made it a favorite in books, films, and the celebrity go-to-strain like Jack Nicholson highly enjoyed? First making its appearance on the U.S. cannabis scene in 1964, as its name suggests, Acapulco Gold comes from the mountainous areas of Acapulco, Mexico.

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It’s been said that the sativa turned gold in the strong southern sun and dried to perfection by the winds from the Pacific Ocean, and was much better and more potent than any weed being grown in the U.S. at the time. In more recent years, Acapulco Gold has been used to create strains like Skunk #1 and many of the Haze strains.

The strong high from Acapulco Gold, with THC averaging about 23 percent, is said to be clear-headed and energetic, while the flavor and aroma are rich and toffee-like. Cannabis consumers may find Acapulco Gold beneficial for conditions like fatigue, aches, and pains, depression, and anxiety. It may give a creative and buzzy boost to your day.

How the Classic Landrace Strain, Acapulco Gold, Stands Today

Why Acapulco Gold fell out of familiarity is unknown. As far back as 1975, New York magazine writer Albert Goldman, in his piece “What Will Happen When Middle-Class America Gets the Straight Dope,” opined that the Acapulco Gold strain was already losing its cachet and potency because it was being over planted in response to American consumer demand.

Others theorize that it’s been difficult for Acapulco Gold to grab a foothold in modern markets because its genetics are still a mystery and finding the true landrace is rare, trusting only the seed seller’s word.

Farmers that grow Acapulco Gold today do it both indoors and outdoors. With a flowering period of 60-70 days, it can grow taller than 3.6 feet and may yield up to 500 grams.

However, if you grow Acapulco Gold indoors or anywhere other than Acapulco, Mexico, by definition it is no longer a landrace — a pure strain adapted to its very specific environment — and may lose some of the characteristics that set the strain apart from other pure sativas.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Acapulco Gold Still Available?

Acapulco Gold is considered a rarity, so it may be difficult to find, but some growers are still cultivating it.

Is Acapulco Gold Top Shelf?

High Times called Acapulco Gold one of the 25 Greatest Strains of All Time, and considering its impact on stoner culture and its contribution to other strains, calling it “top shelf” seems like a good fit.

Why Is It Called Acapulco Gold?

This sativa is called Acapulco Gold because it grows naturally in the mountainous areas of Acapulco and its buds take on a golden color.

How Does Acapulco Gold Make You Feel?

A pure Sativa, the high may make you feel energetic, creative, and buzzy.

Have you been lucky enough to smoke Acapulco Gold? Comment below and let us know how it was!

Author

Erin Hiatt is a New York City-based writer who has been covering the cannabis industry for more than six years. Her work – which has appeared in Hemp Connoisseur Magazine, PotGuide, Civilized, Vice, Freedom Leaf, MERRY JANE, Alternet, and CannaInvestor – covers a broad range of topics, including cannabis policy and law, CBD, hemp law and applications, science and technology, beauty, and psychedelics.

Erin’s work and industry insights have been featured on the podcasts The Let’s Go Eat Show, In the Know 420, and she has appeared as a featured panelist on the topic of hemp media. Erin has interviewed top industry experts such as Dr. Carl Hart, Ethan Nadelmann, Amanda Feilding, Mark A.R. Kleiman, Dr. James Fadiman, and culture icons Governor Jesse Ventura, and author Tom Robbins. You can follow her work on LinkedIn, WordPress, @erinhiatt on Twitter, and @erinisred on Instagram.