SnowLand Strain

Indica Dominant Hybrid 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

THC: 24%

Snowland, or “SnowLAnd,” is an indica dominant hybrid (70% indica/30% sativa) strain created in the heart of Los Angeles as a cross of the infamous Snowcap X LA Confidential strains. Ironically enough, this bud comes from sunny Southern California and not anywhere that typically sees any snow at all. Snowland gets its name from its super frosty appearance due to a thick coating of tiny crystal bright vibrant white trichomes. Underneath the crystals, dark amber hairs and minty patches can be detected along with dark curly leaves. The Snowland high is pretty well balanced with body head and body highs that are certain to tame any appetite for high-powered effects. It begins with a quick creative onset that launches your mind into deep focus and artistic inspiration alongside a spike in energy. As these effects build and build, a mild body buzz will slowly creep over you without causing sedation or sleepiness. Rather, you'll be completely relaxed and at ease with a touch of laziness. Because of these effects and its powerful 24% average THC level, Snowland is said to be perfect for treating patients suffering from conditions such as muscle spasms, appetite loss, nausea, depression, and insomnia. This bud has a sweet fruity flavor with hints of tropical lemon and spicy diesel. The aroma is incredibly sweet as well, bringing together tropical lemon lime flavors with spicy diesel and a touch of pungency as the nugs are burned.
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I wish i had more of this strain cause it really surprised me. Snowland tastes delicious. a fresh citric with a touch of mint exhales were found in each toke. like a frosty sensation. the effects are described as a mood boost and stress relief. felt relaxed, happy, energized and focused. more talkative and sociable. later it leaves you in a very relaxed and unstressed state. Buds look nice with bright olive-green tones, covered in trichomes and orange pistils. Looks excellent, tastes really cool and its effects are pounding. An excellent pick.


The exhale was very nice and cool like frost, but not like menthol, had an awesome mint flavor. and the smoke was smooth. Tasted like a bit of lemon peel citrus and bitter like a grapefruit like its parent Snowcap. The high itself was pretty invigorating. Bit of a creeper as well again like parent Snowcap. If you smoke with anybody, watch their demeanor change as soon as it hits a few minutes after. This stuff is a GIANT creeper lol. Definately a day time smoke or something to pass around at a party to keep people chill and sociable. This stuff is a straight up STRESS DESTORYER. Cant wait to smoke this stuff again, glad i got a couple grams. All together a B+ grade imo. Not fire, but for sure amazing in its tasty bright green snowball of a little bud nugget. Sometimes I'm not looking for high gas alert when smoking as to still be able to function and even drive if needed, and this is perfect for that. My next time with this I'll probably smoke a gram and see where it takes me, I'm writing this now after smoking .5g. Wouldnt be surprised to get more of an indica high like other parent la confidential.


My first one looked a little weak but after dialing in it's very easy to grow and loves the scrog net. Sealed Led grow was great kept temps low and light low as well. Trichomes looked amazing from week 3 on. I'd say the smoke is lemony with like a sandalwood earthy taste. Definitely locked me into full focus mode.


It's got a great smoothe taste as you exhale....pretty relaxing for the heavy daily smoker


I almost dont want to tell everyone how good this is, as I want to smoke it all myself Its swooshy, like skiing in powder, a soft yet fast high. Like a really good theme park rollercoaster. If you like fast, but with no edge to it, a little trippy, very active and creative, you will love this. Smoke is a bit harsh, tastes kinda dank with hints of spice and pine. But seriously great pot.

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