Blue Orca Haze - a nice fix for the old ratty NL#5/NL5/haze. Mellower and kinder on the nerves than the NLH, as well as potentially a bit more potent.
For those in the know, this is the long awaited reproduction BO x NL#5/Haze release after previous consumer testing.
This is a serious NL#5/Haze upgrade in taste and effect, and quite successful at mellowing the classic teeth clenching anxiety of the Haze. Coots 71 Afghani x 76 Thai Stick 'Blue Orca' brings on the flavor adding a beefier pre-soviet Kandahar indica and a top notch 70's ‘dealer’s choice’ Thai-stick which meshes very nicely with the 1991 NL#5 x NL5/haze Swami F1 male from Coot.
Very resinous and hardy plants that tend to express uniformity very well, yet some variances still occur. So if one were to prefer a more sativa selection over indica, the opportunity still exists.
Again, this is one of the best sativas most anyone who smokes it has ever encountered as is often muttered after a session. This is not an exaggeration and caution should be taken or better daily planning implemented considering it's long lasting soaring inebriation. Very introspective behavior prone, yet for monotonous boring long-houred jobs, this is the answer to the laborious aspects humans often face.
Also a fantastic medicine as a spiritual sacrament since typical ‘over consumption’ can produce a shamanic type of mental space and in some people enhance already present internal personalities, so better to hold your tongue after smoking most days.
Highly resinous flowers with a subtle hazy, yet more a sweet exoctic incense scent. Smoke is all old school and predominantly Thai/haze, with deep indica bass notes surfacing after. A proper cure delivers some of the finest smoke on earth.