June 17, 2011

White Diamonds Marijuana Strain Review

June 17, 2011
White Diamonds Cannabis

Marijuana Reviews

White DiamondsSubmitted By: necros (Member and Editor)

Name: White Diamond OG

From: Reseda Discount Caregivers (Dispensary — Tarzana)

Grade: B+

Type: Hybrid

Price: $20/g, $60/8th

Looks: A very middle-of-the-road green color, large flowers, frosty with a smattering of orange hairs here and there.

White Diamond
White Diamonds

Smell: Spicy perfume-like smell, very much like OG Kush.

Taste: Strong. Nice resin taste if you can avoid coughing.

White Diamonds

Buzz Type: Mild head buzz. Appetite stimulant. Minor uplift. Just didn’t seem as potent as it looks.

Buzz Length: Short-Medium. 1-2 hours.

White Diamonds

Overall: Those expecting an indica kush high will be disappointed. If you look at it as a sativa it’s OK but not nearly as good as something like ATF, or original OG Kush. It was advertised as a sativa by the dispensary.

White Diamond Review by Culture Magazine

White Diamonds CannabisThis is a bud with both heavy resin and a smooth smoke–some might be tempted to call it a smoker’s joy. The White Diamond strain is a rock-hard and nicely balanced bud. A hybrid made up of 70 percent indica and 30 percent sativa, White Diamond also sports 19-21 percent THC. This is a bud that sports cool colors; a frosty light green with dark freckly patches and phenomenal clumps of hairs. White Diamond looks great and has an unforgettable aroma. This strain comes to us from South Gate Herbal Healing Center in South Gate and can be used to treat the following medical conditions: arthritis, multiple sclerosis, anxiety, migraines, insomnia, anorexia, glaucoma and chronic pain. Also noteworthy is the fact that White Diamond affects both body and head and should be considered very potent.


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