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Dec. 6, 2012 01:26

NYC Diesel

Counter to what you might assume, this 60/40 sativa-dominant hybrid is not Sour Diesel crossed with a little something-something. NYC Diesel is thought to be a cross of Mexican Sativa and Afghani with a hint of Hawaiian tossed in. This strain—available at Seattle’s Best Alternative Care in Interbay—sure bears out its New World heritage with loads of red hairs mixed with medium green buds. It isn’t nearly as fuel-stinky as Sour Diesel. Instead, its odor is grapefruity. Effect? Well, this is pretty much the Mr. October of sativa dominants and offers a perfectly lucid head high while its indica side delivers a solid yet light body stone. That means NYC Diesel is an excellent choice for daytime use, particularly to address anxiety issues or overall pain. You’ll also develop an appetite on this one, although it’s not the annoying eat-your-own-arm-off variety of omnivorism.

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