About Mud Bite
If you’re a fan of weird and rare strains, boy have we got one for you! Said to hail from Ketchikan, Alaska, Mud Bite might have genetics dating back to the 1970s. The story goes that this bud was cultivated along a row of floating houses, and when the tide went out they settled to the seafloor known as the Mud Bight. Unknown genetics have created this indica-dominant bud that’s hard to find outside of the cold state she’s from.
Very few know just how potent this strain is, and those that do aren’t sharing any information with others. Small nugs are very fluffy and feature a purple undertone, dark hairs, and deeply toned trichomes. Both flavors and aromas are savory and rich, with earth, herbs, a spicy woodiness, and a slight hint of floral notes all dancing around within the smoke. As it’s best used at night, Mud Bite makes for a great pairing with a sweet dessert.
Ideal after the end of a frustrating day, this bud begins with an intense head high that lifts your spirits as high as the clouds. Users often become a bit more social and come down with a case of the giggles, making it great for going out with friends. However, you’ll want to plan your night very carefully, because although you’ll be feeling great mentally, your attentiveness will tell a different story. As your high progresses, you’ll become deeply relaxed and tired to the point where you might decide to call it a night and turn in. Some find that a case of the munchies hinders their bedtime routine, so make sure you have snacks handy.
There’s nothing worse than not being able to leave the stresses of work at work, so on those days when you really want to escape from all of your mental woes, Mud Bite will do the trick. Stress and depression simply melt away, as do instances of minor bodily pain, making it a great bud for regular use. Given her strong sedative properties, individuals who battle insomnia can often take a few huge tokes and have the confidence that they’ll wake up refreshed and ready to start the day. Even conditions including seizures or nausea have been said to have benefited from this rare bud.
If you want to grow your own Mud Bite, you’d better pack your bags and head to Ketchikan. It’s rumored that less than 10 people are still cultivating this strain, and you’d better believe that finding your own clones or seeds elsewhere simply will not happen. This strain is a true part of cannabis history, and unfortunately, it seems to be dying a very slow death.
Those who are set on trying this bud at least once will have to book a plane ticket, but perhaps you can make an adventure out of it and experience an entirely new way of life for a bit. While we won’t make any promises, the cost of traveling to Alaska might actually be worth it, given how highly people talk about Mud Bite.