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About this Hybrid Strain
Duct tape doesn't sound like the most attractive name for a strain and it's funky smell, reminiscent of polyethylene, may not entice everyone, but its genetics and reviews suggest it is absolutely worth a try if it fits your target effects. Archive Seed Bank out of Portland is believed to be the original breeder of Duct Tape by crossing GG #4 (Original Glue) with Do-Si-Dos, both highly reviewed strains.
The Duct Tape buds are made of purple, lime-green, and olive-green leaves that blend evenly together. Fiery-orange pistils are generously littered about. Golden trichomes give the illusion of the buds having moss growing on them, and add patches of yellow. Combusting this strain brings to life some pungent cheese flavors in the mix of gas, pine, and YES more duct tape!
And you can count on Duct Tape for being reliable in terms of lab results, with THC levels consistently between 23-25%, making it a well-balanced and reliable hybrid.
The Duct Tape experience has been described as an initial cerebral rush followed by smooth crescendo of energy. As the terpenes work their magic on the muscles and nerves of the body, users are reportedly moving about lighter and more freely. Energy seemingly levels off for many users as the psychoactive properties of the plant express themselves. This reportedly allows for the type of free-range creative thought and comfort that users appreciate when brainstorming or enjoying a yoga class. Some suggest that medical users, seeking relief from chronic pain, who can't afford to be drowsy or sedated, might find Duct Tape helpful. This strain has outstanding reviews for pain. Reliability and versatility are the two qualities we've heard most often about this strain, making Duct Tape definitely worth a closer look.
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- What is Duct Tape?
Duct Tape is a balanced hybrid cannabis strain known for its sticky trichomes and funky odor.
- Where does Duct Tape come from?
Duct Tape is believed to have come from Archive Seed Bank out of Portland, OR by crossing GG #4 (Original Glue) with Dos-Si-Dos.
- What does Duct Tape smell like?
A funky odor similar to old cheese or adhesive, with gassy notes and hints of pine.
- What does Duct Tape taste like?
Duct Tape has a funky cheese flavor, with hints of gas and pine.
- What color does Duct Tape have?
The Duct Tape buds are made of purple, lime-green, and army-green leaves that blend together. Fiery-orange pistils are generously scattered, while golden trichomes give the illusion of moss on the buds.
- What effects does Duct Tape have?
Users report an initial cerebral rush followed by smooth crescendo of energy. As the terpenes work their magic on the muscles and nerves of the body, users say they feel lighter and move more freely. They suggest their energy seemingly levels off as the psychoactive properties of the plant express themselves. This reportedly allows for free range creative thought.
- Is Duct Tape an Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?
Duct Tape is an evenly-balanced hybrid, approximately 50% Sativa and 50% Indica.