Reggie Marijuana Strain

Sativa Dominant Hybrid Strain Sativa Dominant Hybrid 70% Sativa / 30% Indica

THC: 18% - 20%

Reggie is a Sativa dominant grade C medicinal marijuana strain that has a leafy outlook and is dark green in color. It is bright green in places and has reddish orange hair as well. It has a moderate to high THC level. It has a strange and sweet smell that is a blend of skunky and perfume like odors. The aroma is quite strong at times and has a strange effect. Its taste isn't bad, but does feel quite strange at first. It is a suitable strain for people who can handle strong marijuana strains as its smoke instantly hits your head. It is most appropriate for treating stress, anxiety and depression of all kinds. It relaxes your system completely and calms your tensed nerves. At first, you begin feeling hungry after smoking it, but soon you fall asleep. Some users have also rated it as a grade B and B++ strain. As it has the ability to induce hunger, it is often employed for treating a lack of appetite in people. You begin feeling quite hungry after smoking Reggie. Reggie does not have any drastic side effects, but tends to leave your eyes and mouth dry soon after you smoke it.
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Reggies will always be near and dear to my heart. When I was a rookie I started out with Arizona and Mango Pina and oh man i used to get smacked. Eventually i graduated to better strains but if you have a low tolerance and are on a budget this is the way to go. Not the best weed by any stretch but it will get the job done

Reggie is bottom of the barrel flower in terms of potency. If your a consistent smoker you won’t feel much from it at all. I only recommend it for first time smokers who want to get into smoking flower and don’t want something powerful

What's described here as "Reggie" is actually hundreds of different lower grade strains. Few are 18-20% THC however, and the sativa/indica ratios can cover the entire spectrum. with most of these varieties you're looking at somewhere between 5-15% THC. These lower grade strains rose to prominence in the 1980's and 90's when a large amount of acreage was being grown outdoors in Northern Mexico by the Cartels to supply the United States. What these strains lack in potency they make up for in being very easy to grow in many different environments and require less care, hence why they were chosen by the Cartels for their mass outdoor grow operations. It usually had lots of seeds which took away from the potency, as not much care was taken to eliminate the male plants in the large crops being grown.

I dnt think all Reggie is Sativa dominant

A pretty nice strain to smoke when u don't have much money, but it still gives u a good high. Takes me back to my high school days.

Another favorite of mine and a classic at that. When you want to space away from high grade for a while, this is a great strain to have. Gives a faded buzz, and does have the lingers of skunk to it. Good stuff!

I live in Denver, CO and I prefer Reggie, I have been searching for it for years. Where to get? vkl001@hotmail,com

There some Reggie strains I wouldn't mind smoking right now mango Pina Arizona chocolate

I honestly think it’s great for beginners. It’s cheap. At least where I live. And it gets the job done. But not the strongest in my opinion

Maybe I'm biased since it was the first strain I ever smoked, but it gave me a pretty strong buzz in my early days and I absolutely love this strain. It made for an excellent first strain and it's very cheap.

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