see the way i see it is,why would you want to smoke 41% thc,you would piss ya pants and feel like you had been raped by tyson!!!!
There are a number of ways to answer such a open ended question. For starters, how precisely do you define strength? If strength is simply the THC content, the infamous G-13 has been documented at a incredible 27.2% THC. Authorities such as Jason King, author of the Cannibible series, claims that Heroauna..a cross of Northern Lights x Hash Plant is even stronger than G-13. His estimates put it at a minimum of 25% but probably stronger. Mako Haze from Kiwiseeds tested at 19.7% in 2005. Contrary to popular belief, it is not only indica based strains producing prodigious THC content. Mako is a 75sativa/25indica strain. Arjans Ultra Haze #2 is another sativa dominant strain with a high THC content. Testing at over 20%, it produces a very strong, fast, trippy high with a balanced body hum.
Whenever analyzing the potency of a strain, it is of paramount importance to remember that gland or trichome production is not always an indicator of the THC content. Some strains can be completely frosted with glandular formations and result in only a killer headache. Three main trichome forms are found on bud, but only the capitate stalked glands contain the desired psychoactive Delta-9 THC cannabinoids. Another variable to consider when quantifying strength is precisely when the herb is harvested. Harvested too soon, glands may have yet to produce the Delta 9 all smokers yearn for. Harvested too late, the Delta 9 can degrade into non psychoactive cannabinoids and produce no effects at all. When judging the quality of bud, THC content is but one of many characteristics that should be evaluated before assigning a grade. Taste, aroma, burning qualities and of course the nature of the high all critical areas from which to judge a strain.
well since i grow it for myself i just found that the autoflowers worked good for me.. Since the one i am growing now seems to want to go into a death coma..
lol, yeah. the whole thc % thing just makes me laugh. Ive seen ppl smoke some of the local blue cheeze and get so high they couldnt function. In fact they were so paranoid that every time they get handed a bowl packed with that stuff they wont even hit it because their to afraid of what might become of them(a paranoid mess!). Its all about preferance. These days I feel like just about everything out there that the reputable bean dealers sell is just fine in the thc department. For me thc% isnt even much of a factor anymore, just about everything out there these days has sufficxient thc content. So for me its all about the type of high, and most important to me, the FLAVOR!! I like super sweet candied strains. Like I said the THC % in strains has been up there for quite some time now and I feel like that should be less of a factor than people like to make it these days. Now thats not to say that will work for everyone though, especially med pot patients, they NEED that super high THC, or CBD CBN content. But for the rest of us, well.... the majority of us wouldnt be able to tell the difference between a 15%thc content and 25% thc content anyways. lol
I agree, I hear 22-24% is Top End
and MyTexas Thunder has been OhioStateU lab tested at 20%, on a north Ohio crop
he didn't give me the CBC, CBD or E,L & N numbers and I didn't ask
I think the Texas crop will be a point or so higher (pun intended)