Durga Mata Strain

Indica

THC: 16% - 20%

Durga Mata is a 100% pure indica backcross of the infamous Super Shiva strain that was named for the Hindu Mother Goddess, the entity of truth and power. True to its namesake, Durga Mata offers the user mind-opening effects with a manageable moderately high THC level between 16-20%. Upon the onset of the high you’ll feel a potent stimulation in your mind that gives you quick ebbing energy and a cerebral clarity characteristic of a heavy sativa strain. This is accompanied by a strong physical relaxation that leaves you couch-locked and utterly relaxed. The combination of physical laziness and mental stimulation makes you both talkative and philosophical, stimulating deep conversation with those around you and leading to heavy introspective thought. Because of these surprisingly heavy effects, Durga Mata is ideal for treating mild cases of depression, fatigue, chronic pain, and paranoia. Durga Mata buds have long tapered neon green nugs with eye-catching dark purple leaves and undertones and a thick layer of fiery orange, bright red, and deep blue hairs. Each nug is packed with a thick layer of sandy milky trichomes and a light drizzling of sticky resin. With an aroma of spicy herbal fruit and a savory taste of spicy sweet fruit with an herbal tea aftertaste, Durga Mata tastes as delicious as it looks!
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I just got this as a RSO. 131.8mg of THC and 689.2mg of CBD. At first I did a rice sized portion late in the evening and waited an hour. Felt it starting to pick up. Decided to take a slightly bigger second portion. Big mistake.... it kicked into overdrive in the middle of the night. I couldn't tell if I was dreaming or awake. Sounds around the house were echoing and I started to get the fear. Stayed awake till early morning riding the wave. It got me in touch with myself. Felt like I was analyzing my life. The greater good and the very bad. I feel conscious now at 3pm the next day. It's amazing on how so little too much of a good thing can turn so bad. Next time one little dose and wait for it for God's sake.

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