About The Vision
The team at Oregon’s Archive Seedbank doesn’t mess around, and while they tend to keep their strains under lock and key, they’ve thankfully blessed the world with The Vision. An indica-dominant bud that’s a cross between Lemon G and Do-Si-Dos, this mysterious plant can help both medical and recreational users to unwind at the end of the day with ease.
Only a select few know the exact THC potency of this strain, but if we had to put money on it, we’d guess she’s at least at 15% on average if not more. Nugs tend to be completely covered in thick resin, so perhaps 20% isn’t out of the question either. Flavors and aromas are breathtaking with a mixture of lemon zest and Christmas trees with just a hint of spice. Great any time of the year, this bud is particularly soothing during the cold winter months.
The Vision, named after the hopes and dreams of the team who made her, offers a great blend of effects that are designed to be gentle from start to finish. Users will experience a small burst in energy along with an influx in creative inspiration but don’t expect this initial phase to last too long. Ultimately, bodily tingles and arousal come to play, and while you may remain rather talkative, the only thing you’ll really want to do is stay horizontal. Whether that involves sleeping or other recreational activities is totally up to you.
One can only guess that this strain contains a decent amount of CBD, as her ability to help with medical issues is second to none. Nearly all ailments can be handled with ease, as stress and depression go right out the window while your level of joy increases. However, her real claim to fame tends to be the effect on physical woes, including cramps, pain, and headaches. Depending on your tolerance level and how much you smoke, The Vision may also be beneficial in fighting insomnia.
Archive Seedbank probably doesn’t want you growing their bud, but they’d never come right out and say that. Instead, they do give the general public a bit of information about how to cultivate The Vision should you ever come across any seeds out in the wild. She takes 11 weeks to flower and ends up being a rather tall plant. Yields are described as average, so you have to really love this strain to wait nearly three months for your stash.
Depending on where you live, The Vision may be readily available or she could be a needle in a haystack, so ultimately it’s anyone’s guess as to just how much you’ll be able to enjoy this bud. If you do happen to nail her down, grab a little extra and keep her handy for those days when you need to unplug from the world and perhaps have a special night with a loved one.