This Guerrero Mexican sativa was sourced from a Peace Corps worker in the region during her time there in the mid-1970’s to early 1980’s. The seeds are from the farmed drug line sativas in the Guerrero highlands. Shorter statured and with wider leaf pattern than other central american sativas and earlier flowering times as well. If the rumors of a Lebanese hash plant being introduced into the drug lines of the region are true this would definitely be the seed stock to look at from the region to look at.
Guerrero DJ Short Quote: "This strain from Mexico's coastal mountains came in famed green, seeded spears and cost $60 to $120 per ounce in 1977. It had a spicy, almost wintergreen fragrance compared to the other Mexicans with a very clear head high and a most pleasant smoke. It was not as strong as most, but this herb still had a way of satisfying all its own.
There was a legend about a group of entrepreneurs who imported seed from Lebanon to Guerrero and grew the famed Lebanese Upper Mountain (LUM) from the late 1970's to 1980. The LUM was electric, psychedelic and slightly sedative as well. A unique herb that I wish there would have been more of.
The seeds from the Guerrero were medium to large in size and grey to green in color. The plants from these seeds grew similarly to other Mexican and Colombian strains: a medium to tall, bushy, productive plant. The Guerrero Green, however, is where some of the famed onion and garlic flavored bud of the Pacific Northwest originated.”