You will also notice when you smoke it that it is even harsher on your lungs than any other type of weed you may have smoked before.
Whereas Reggie is a cheap head rush, a good mid will leave you gradually more relaxed and maybe just a little bit hungry. Depending on the strain a good mid can also be used to help you catch some zzzzs.
It’s not necessarily the worst taste in the world but it does lack the nuanced flavor that some of the top shelf strains are able to boast.
Other low-quality weed names include: Reggie, schwag, ditch weed, dirt, brick bud, shake, wack, bunk
Dreams do come true, right?
hes right though. think of the amount of phenotypes. Also who knows if the strain was pollinated by another strain in the room it was grown (or outdoors for that matter). You could germ and veg 5 seeds and end up with 5 phenotypes. You never know.
One of my favorite moms (which I’ve kept for nearly two years) was sprouted from mid-grade bag seed. Of the handful of strains I’ve grown, she is by far the hardiest strain I’ve ever grown, one of the best producers (her side branches are quite big), she’s not the most potent high but I still happily come back to her for a nice end of the day mellow session, and her buds are the best tasting of all the strains I’ve grown too.
you could also have genetics that are prone to hermaphrodite.
But yes, I’ve grown out bag seed before from some dank I picked up, and yes it turned out great. Not saying thats always the case.
However, all the hermies I’ve ever gotten were grown from bag seed.
Starting at the bottom of the barrel is low-grade weed. Known by names such as schwag, reggie weed and shake, bad weed is, quite simply, really bad. Yet some people buy it – typically either because it’s cheap or the only option available. It can be recognized in several ways, both before and after consumption.
Compared to bad weed, mid-grade marijuana can have relatively high levels of varying cannabinoids. THC is usually between 12-20%, with CBD content sometimes creeping above 1 or 4% depending on the specific strain.
The Look Of Bad Weed
Marijuana is a natural product. While most of the time, this aspect of weed is celebrated and even revered, it also means that every single bud consumed has gone through several stages of life before coming to you. With each of the steps such as breeding, flowering or storing, there’s the opportunity to add quality and value to the product. However, there’s also the chance of something going wrong, with the end product coming out as nothing more than schwag. But what’s the actual difference between different grades of bud? Let us explain.
Depending on the variety, high-grade marijuana will carry strong notes of dominant terpenes and flavonoids, whether they be fruity or earthy, as well as usually having undertones of less dominant scents that require a keen nose to pick up. The terpenes of the consumed flower will also be strong and pronounced, bursting in the mouth at the first hit and lingering long after you’ve finished consuming.
THC, being the most active and also most commonly known cannabinoid, still reigns supreme, with high-grade weed testing at well over 20%, and some strains being cultivated coming in at over 33% THC! However, other cannabinoids are now also seeing the limelight, with CBD content of some strains rocketing up the charts to above 10%, as well as lesser-known cannabinoids such as CBN, CBG and THCV being heavily researched and sought out in high-grade weed.