Mud Bite Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid 75% Indica / 25% Sativa

Mud Bite is a rare indica dominant hybrid (75% indica/25% sativa) strain that is thought to be a descendant of the classic Afghani strain, although nobody can be certain due to a lack of information about this bud. Mud Bite gets its name from its appearance – it has tiny little fluffy nuggets that have a dark purple color to them with dark amber hairs and a coating of matching crystal trichomes. As each little nugget is broken apart, rich floral earthy aromas are released with a sweet herbal overtone. The flavor is very spicy and woody with an herbal touch that leaves your mouth watering for more. The high hits you almost as soon as you exhale, infusing you with a rush of euphoria that launches you into a state of happy bliss. In this lifted state you'll feel incredibly relaxed and happy without a care in the world. You'll soon start to become sleepy as this heady effect turns sedative, dropping you off into a dreamy state for hours on end. Thanks to these effects and its moderate THC level, Mud Bite is often chosen to treat conditions such as chronic fatigue, insomnia, chronic stress, muscle spasms, and chronic pain.
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It’s called Mud Bight Delight. A bight is a curve or depression in the coastline and Mud Bight was/is a “neighborhood” in Ketchikan. Seeds were tightly controlled. I grow it in Interior Alaska. Seeds will be available from Ketchikan by 2021.


Thats not why the Strain is called Mud Bite... It originated in Ketchikan, Alaska in an area known as Mud Bite that had float houses. Part of the day the houses floated and part of the day they rested on the muddy flat. This is where that bud was originated and its still in that town to this day if u know the right people. The true mud bite will have a very nice pine smell to it with some earthy/sweetness. It is INCREDIBLE for lounging, it really was the perfect bud for the region if you are familiar with it.

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