Smoke Report: CBD Nordle (CBD Crew)

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What’s the high like? How’s the smell? The taste? You’ll find out by these 2 smoke reports, one by the gardener himself (casual smoker) and one by the every day toker.

Strain Information

Composition80% Indica / 20% Sativa
Yield:500 g/m2
Type:Feminized
Flower Time:63 days
THC:5.5%
CBD:5.5%

Mr. Nice Guy (casual smoker)

What’s the high like?

The Nordle plant between her sisters
The Nordle plant between her sisters

The Nordle CBD is a strain that has properties that aren’t very common with most of the cannabis strains you see today. It has a relatively high percentage of CBD and a very low percentage of THC. This makes it a strain that isn’t really comparable to other types of cannabis I used to smoke. As you would expect, you won’t get very high from this weed but it gives you a really nice buzz. It makes me less tired than most other strains, but that’s probably due to the lower THC percentage.

Taste & Smell

The taste and smell aren’t very special, but not bad either. Just OK.

Mauro (Every day smoker)

What’s the high like?

20130912_215424As a recreational, every day smoker I prefer a high that lasts longer. Mostly because I’m not worried about couchlock. This strain didn’t bring what I’m looking for in a strain, except for a reasonable high, however, that’s less important with this strain since the focus lies in the fact this is a CBD plant. For those looking for a strain with medical values, the high is less important. Most patients seeking pain relief for actually want a plant with only CBD and no THC whatsoever.

Taste & smell

While the plant itself actually grew beautifully and turned out perfect, the smell wasn’t penetrating as some of the other strains are. However, if you’re looking for CBD in a plant, I can see how you would not find the smell important. The taste wasn’t anything new, but was all right.

 

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  • John

    While this strain doesn’t provide an intense high, it’s magic as you pointed out lies in it’s cbd content. Cbd has been bred out of cannabis and we are seeing thc levels in the upper 20% range now. There is nothing wrong with that except for the fact that it’s now almost impossible to find cbd rich cannabis which is where the true medicinal value lies. (not to say that thc isn’t medicinal as well). I feel it is unfair to rate cbd strains on the same scale as thc strains because of course they will never provide the same level of high, because that’s not even the point of them. I think it would be interesting and informative to see cbd strains stacked up against other cbd strains on a medical instead of recreational scale.