A definite favorite. The effect lasts quite long when smoking loose flower. It will bang you right out of the gate. Wonderful euphoria comes first. It's not very coughy for a strain that has a fair amount of indica. The undertones of indica balances the effects that sativa can have e.g. nervousness or being jittery. The aroma is simply awesome! Light up and let it fill the room. You can't go wrong with this strain. Because it is quite potent new to smoking might want to lay off it. Naw, it's too good to not smoke it, lol. Great strain, certainly a favorite.
Sativa Dominant Hybrid - 60% Sativa / 40% Indica
THC: 20%Lake of Fire is a slightly sativa dominant hybrid (60% sativa/40% indica) strain created through a cross of the powerful Gorilla Glue #4 X Kobain Kush strains. Because this bud is so rare, its THC levels have never been accurately measured, although it is said to be very high, which indicates that it is likely over 20%. Lake of Fire has a crazy delicious taste of sweet chocolate kush with a hint of woody pine that complements the smooth exhale perfectly. The aroma is of sweet and spicy pungent diesel with a slightly woody and chocolately smell that's released as the nugs are broken apart. Lake of Fire buds have long dense cone-shaped forest green nugs with lots of fiery orange hairs and a thick frosty coating of tiny white crystal trichomes. The Lake of Fire high is almost as good as it tastes, with powerfully uplifting and euphoric effects that enrapture the mind and leave you wanting more. Although the THC level of this bud has never been officially measured, its insanely strong potency will easily demonstrate its power. The high hits you fast and hard with an extremely uplifted euphoria that launches your mood into the stars, leaving you blissfully happy but with a slightly hazy effect. You'll feel energized, yet somehow calm, with a sense of focus and purpose that is anchored by a relaxing body buzz. These effects make Lake of Fire the perfect bud for treating conditions such as insomnia, appetite loss, mild to moderate cases of depression, and chronic fatigue.