The Argyle strain is known for its woody, spicy overtones. The nugs should be a dark green color covered in amber trichomes. Smoking this particular cannabis plant tastes more like burning stems than smoking lush flower, but there’s a good reason for that.
It’s a rare breed that boasts a 1:1 THC-to-CBD ratio.
This strain is not known for producing a strong psychoactive effect, but it’s not intended to. Its effects tend to be incredibly light, with wispy, fleeting feelings of euphoria that are never too overwhelming. It can generate sluggishness as it wears off, so it’s best to save this one for later parts of the day.
Dry mouth and dizziness are common side effects in high doses.
Argyle can be beneficial for smokers, but it’s ideal for making oils. Argyle extracts, because they’re higher in CBD than most strains, makes an excellent buffer for medicinal oils that need to taper down high amounts of THC.
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Argyle was produced by crossing an Afghani indica landrace and the hit strain Sensi Star.