About Dark Plasma
Ocean Grown Seeds has proven themselves once again with this slightly indica-dominant bud that tends to offer an experience unlike any other you’ve had before. Dark Plasma was created by crossing Forum GSC with Obi-Wan OG Kush to develop a strain that’s potent, tasty, and incredibly sedating for most individuals. It should be noted right off the bat that this strain is best for evening use only.
Dark Plasma offers experienced smokers a powerful level of THC that reaches up to 30% in some cases. Buds are unassuming in appearance as they tend to be rather small with a dark green color, thin pistils, and small white crystals. Both her flavors and aromas tend to be similar in nature, blending the sweetness of cookies with the sourness of earth and diesel. Some might consider her to be a dessert strain while others could fight through her taste just to get to the part where they get to experience her effects.
If there’s ever been a strain to impart that classic stoney feeling, Dark Plasma’s your gal. Most users describe that a very heavy sensation hits them after just a few tokes, beginning behind the eyes and spreading through the entire body with ease. While it’s rumored that this strain will make you happy and possibly hungry, by and large, her main goal is to help you to relax at the deepest possible level. Unless you have the tolerance of a superhero, it’s likely that sleep is imminent.
When it comes to treating medical issues, sometimes people need a functional high while others opt for the route of completely numbing themselves. Dark Plasma is definitely part of the latter camp, as many will wait until the end of the day and then indulge in the hopes of vanquishing anxiety and depression. Physical pain is also often soothed and, as mentioned, insomnia typically doesn’t stand a chance. If you can stay awake long enough, this strain could help if you struggle with a loss of appetite or nausea.
Ocean Grown Seeds isn’t too keen on making Dark Plasma available to home growers as seeds can be tough to come by, so we wouldn’t suggest that you get your hopes up too high. If you are able to plant some in your own garden, you may want to talk with an experienced grower. It’s rumored that Dark Plasma takes about 7 to 9 weeks to mature indoors and will produce flower filled with trichomes, but that’s where the information ends.
Dark Plasma can be a tough gal to find in a dispensary setting, so if you have your heart set on her, you may want to call around and plan a road trip if needed. It may be a small niche that she fills, but the next time you’re in the mood for a super pungent strain that will likely knock you out in no time, you know exactly what to look for.