About Magnum PI
A ton of mystery surrounds this pure sativa strain, with many rumors pointing to origins of Hawaii or even the Pacific Northwest. Wherever she came from and whoever her parents are doesn’t really matter though, because Magnum PI is a strain that can hold her own. Great for a gentle lift during the day, she’s ideal for users of all experience levels.
At most, Magnum PI tops out at 12% THC, offering newbies a way to explore cannabis without going overboard. Her nugs are quite pretty and while they may be lumpy and dense, they proudly display bright red hairs and a super thick coating of white trichomes. As you’d expect from a bud that could have Hawaiian roots, her flavors and aromas take on notes of citrus and earth with the occasional hint of skunk and kush just to round things out.
Imagine a room full of smoke that clouds your vision and then suddenly blasting a fan and clearing everything right up - this is exactly what Magnum PI will do to your mind. One of the more clear-headed and focused strains out there, users notice they’re able to be productive and creative without feeling jittery. Many like to use this bud during a workout, but really she’s great for most daytime activities. Your spirit will soar and your body will feel relaxed without the slightest bit of heaviness.
Mangum PI may be gentle when it comes to psychoactive effects, but she is exceptional at handling medical concerns. Nausea is soothed better than you’d imagine and issues of headaches or cramps will also be resolved with ease. Mental concerns including stress and depression tend to lighten up after a few tokes, and if you struggle with daytime fatigue, this bud will literally be your saving grace.
For many, growing cannabis at home just makes more sense, but if you’re hoping to include Magnum PI in your garden you may not be so lucky. Finding seeds online is just as difficult as figuring out who actually created this bud, leaving many to simply try searching for her in a local dispensary. That too can be challenging at times, but as they say, the best things in life don’t come easy.
Newer smokers who are interested in a more introductory strain will find Magnum PI brings the perfect set of effects, and those who want just a touch of medicinal relief without being wiped out for the whole day will also enjoy what she brings to the table. Take this gal for a spin during your next hike or enjoy a few puffs when you have a list of chores to do around the house. As long as you know your limits, this bud can take you through the day with ease.
There's two claims on this one; one is that it was invented long ago, using Murphy/Greg's "Purest Indica", (P.I.), which was also used for the Northern Lights works, and Hawaiian, crossed again to Hawaiian. The other is some claim from a dispensary in WA, who say it's agent orange and blue Hawaiian. Both are probably nothing but stories on the internet, and hold no validity whatsoever. Bottom line, is the name is what sells it, as there is nothing special about the plant itself. High is bland, flavor is mediocre, and yields suck. People need to remember weed is a plant, and a name is only something someone comes up with- there is really no connection, and buying just for namesake, is rather dumb.