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Green Magic cannabis flowers are compact and elongated buds marked by a characteristic forest green hue. All along their length, a copious dusting of silvery trichomes is interspersed with fine, long pistil hairs. In grower terms, Green Magic marijuana seeds blend the positive aspects of sativa and indica strains. Sativa influences should be respected by allowing some extra time in the vegetative phase of the plant’s life cycle. In most circumstances, Green Magic will return the favour by speeding up the flowering stage.

The taste of Green Magic cannabis would make a fine entry on a star restaurant’s desserts menu. Laced with tones of chocolate derived from mother White Choco, uplifting hints of spicy caryophyllene and mint enter the melange. The abundance of myrcene terpenes tops it all off with a pleasantly herbal aftertaste. If myrcene’s high-boosting capacity isn’t enough for you, then perhaps you will appreciate its added potential for pain relief and sedative effect. At any rate, the myrcene belongs in the bouquet just to ensure the taste of Green is not lost underneath all of the Magic.

Green Magic cannabis seeds are a prime example of how all good things start with good genetics. Green Magic is the enchanting offspring of Amsterdam legend White Choco. Het other parent is Green Manalishi, bringing some serious G13 oomph to the mix. The resulting strain is a 60/40 indica dominant beauty. She holds a 19% average THC content and an interesting touch of CBD. Together, they culminate in an intensely narcotic body buzz. Don’t worry, though: Green Magic leaves your head free to wander euphorically – and that’s before you discover the medicinal potential…

Medicinal Potential

Green Magic cannabis seeds take unsuspecting connoisseurs by surprise as if by magic. They bring a powerfully sedative, intensely narcotic body buzz that lasts and lasts. Green magic is reported to work like a charm for chronic pain, migraines, and sleeplessness while reducing stress and tension as she tingles her way down the spine.

In recreational terms, the effects of Green Magic are reported to arrive in a two-stage sequence. Those who consider a 19% THC average mild, be advised. First, the headbuzz announces itself with a tingly, giggly sensation. As happens often, where the head goes, the body must follow. Consumers note a hefty body stone creeping in after the cerebral buzz settles in, bringing couch lock and potential for sleepiness in its wake. Expect the Green Magic experience to last; fans of this strain soon learn that planning activities often proves futile whenever this strain is around.

The longevity of Green Magic’s deeply narcotic headbuzz makes this a well-appreciated bedtime strain for those troubled by insomnia. This is partly due to a near-magical balance of terpenes and cannabinoids; beyond THC, CBD (1+%) and CBG (1+%) are most prominent. The sedative and analgesic potential of this strain has made it a trusted ally in the fight against chronic pain, headaches, and migraines. Uniquely, this is where the mixed indica and sativa influences really come into play. Green Magic’s usefulness against pain appears to work both for body aches and cranial pain symptoms. This goes a long way towards explaining why Green Magic cannabis seeds are such a popular choice for medicinally inspired home grown cannabis seeds these days.

Indoor results tend to be slightly more robust and reliable than outdoor grow yields, but the added genetics of the parent strains basically equips Green Magic cannabis seeds for high survivability both indoors and out. The relatively short flowering time in fact suggests a knack for northern outdoor grows, since an early start may well see the buds ready to harvest just before those risky early autumn weeks arrive. In terms of yield, Green Magic produces an ample load of bud which will live up to their heavy narcotic effect if carefully dried and trimmed.

After countless selections we have been able to create a cannabis variant, which we think is going to kick in the cannabis world. The Blue Magic is an Indica dominant hybrid, featuring a unique aroma and taste and a very high THC percentage. Due to her spicy taste, the extremely Dolce “exhale” and the awesome potential, many consumers experience this strain, a “magical” experience. The effect of the Blue Magic is almost immediately noticeable and gives the user a heavy, physical “Body Buzz”.

The New Spicy Hybrid With Incredible Power

After countless selections we have been able to create a cannabis variant, which we think is going to kick in the cannabis world. The Blue Magic is an Indica dominant hybrid, featuring a unique aroma and taste and a very high THC percentage.

Becouse of the high Indica percentage we advise a slightly longer growth period, as with our other Indica dominant hybrids. This strain is ideal for people suffering from stress and chronic sleep disorders. The plants produce thick compact buds that are harvested after about 9 weeks.

Before I did this trip I found a picture of a wave somewhere nearby Playa Grande and I was eager to surf it, hopefully. Seeing I wasn’t renting a car for my stay I was going with the flow. The day came when Antonio announced he’d drive our group to what was to be one of the most beautiful locations I’ve ever seen in the caribbean. I was stoked as the swell was good sized and at a good period. James Carden, from the Isle of Jersey, became my surf bud on this trip. James, a lifelong surfer, local surf contest organizer back on the Isle of Jersey and global surf tripper was keen to revisit the waves at Playa Grande. The week before he told me him and another group drove out to find the waves blown out. Then on the way back sitting in the back of the surf truck were pelted with rain for one hour. When we arrived this time to Playa Grande the waves had some wind but nothing of concern and the skies where void of rain producing clouds. We surfed our brains out. My first wave was a double overhead maybe a bit more sloppy, fat wave. I pearled, as this was becoming something for me to do I guess during this trip, and proceeded to have the velcro on my leash easily ripped off. The fifteen minute paddle out on my 10’3″ log turned into a fairly fast swim/body surf back to shore. I paddled back out and repeated wiping out for about an hour an a half. I must have at that point had enough and began to catch every wave taking them all the way to the beach, kicking out then paddling back out. This lasted for some time as the few people who were out in the line up all left, leaving me to feast.

After doing some research about DR I found several places to stay and the town of Cabarete was closest to where I wanted to be. Ali’s/Cabarete Surf Camp was the only place to complete communication with me and so got the nod for the place to rest my head during my one week stay. The camp’s located about ten to fifteen minutes to the closest breaks and provide a multi time, daily transportation to and from Playa Encuentro, the nearest surf beach. Can’t beat it. Antonio and Elena who take care of all your needs while at the camp help Ali (the man) run this chill vibed place. Antonio once a week takes people to Playa Grande about one hour east of Cabarete to experience and surf the more remote areas of DR.

Since I stayed local and didn’t explore further than the nearby spots to where Antonio drove us too I can’t say how many world class waves exist on the country’s north coast. After doing a closer look through Google Earth I’m fully convinced many gem set ups await those seeking perfection. I’ll be back and will be ready to have a bigger look around next time.

I wrapped 2006 with a super busy work schedule and was overly ready to take time off to surf where ever. California and the Dominican Republic were high on the list. Cold water at home in Florida’s Central Gulf Coast kept me from traveling to a destination which would require the use of rubber. Dominican Republic was the choice this year and a good choice it was. As the time drew near to making the final choice on who’s going to be a part of the trip this year it came down to none. This year I was flying solo. Interesting, I thought as there would only be me there to do what ever. Cool. I was open to it.

I’ve been on my fair share of surf trips to various destinations. Some good some not so good. Most of the trips I experience are with your average Joe surfers except on occasions when shooting my surf films when I’m then in the presence of surfing genius. Simply put most of the time I go on real surf trips with real people who are the majority of the surfing populous, working stiffs saving up money to go on global surf treks.

I’ve been to many other places where the waves were better than what I surfed in Dominican Republic this year but the overall experience of staying at Ali’s/Cabarete Surf Camp together with it’s community feel of free thinking, water minded individuals made this the best surf trip by far. Euphoria happened not the way I planed it and that’s the way I like it. Stay stoked!

The town of Cabarete located on Dominican Republic’s Amber Coast is recognized as one of the world’s top destinations for wind driven board sports primarily kiteboarding and windsurfing. Surfing here doesn’t provide consistent epic waves one finds in other destinations of the world but the vibe is unbeatable. And yeah every dog has it’s day and that one day you roll out to the beach and there it is, a bombing swell lighting up all the reefs. Then you sit there, contemplating if you made the right board choice. I brought my 10’3″ classic single fin shaped by Jesse Timm and my Harbour 9-0, 2+1. I can’t ever get enough of the JT but I tell you what the 9-0 really excelled in the fast reef breaks.