LSD is Mazar I Sharif x Skunk #1
Mazar I Sharif is also know as Mazar. This hardcore strain gets its name from Mazar-I-Sharif, an Afghan city and the site of a massive marijuana farm on the steppes near the border with Uzbekistan. It produces THC levels as high as 20%, making it a very potent strain. Mazar I Sharif is an indica-dominant hybrid, with a sativa/indica ratio of 20:80. The offspring of a local Afghani indica and Skunk #1, a classic indica-dominant hybrid, Mazar I Sharif gives a heavy, relaxing body high with a strong euphoric boost. This strain is thought to contain high levels of CBD, a substance used to treat seizures and other conditions, although the exact proportions are unknown. Mazar I Sharif tastes and smells like earth and flowers with hints of lavender. It's effective at treating pain, anxiety, and depression, but the body high is even better at relieving insomnia. Dry eyes and dry mouth are the most common negative effects, along with limited paranoia. This strain is best used at night, since it can make it hard to get things done. But it's a great tool for relieving stress and improving mood.
Skunk #1, also known as “#1” or simply as “Skunk," actually has less THC than its reputation might suggest: about 15-19% tops. But this remains one of the most famous strains of all time, born three decades ago in Holland, where breeders crossed multiple strains from South and Central America, Thailand, and Afghanistan. The result became a staple in itself and spawned countless hybrids containing its genes. True to its name, Skunk #1 smells decidedly skunky, while the taste is a mix of sour and earthy flavors. This is an indica-dominant strain (35:65 sativa/indica ratio) best used late in the day. Though it comes with a head buzz that belies its indica genes, Skunk #1 also provides deep-body relaxation. The head high is energetic and creative, while the body high is peaceful and soothing. It can be used to treat anxiety and other mental disorders, as well as chronic pain, headaches, and lack of appetite. This strain remains highly popular in Amsterdam, and though it can be found across the United States, it's mostly found on the West Coast, Arizona, and Colorado. Dry mouth is the most common problem associated with this strain, as well as paranoia and red eyes.
Gushers is a slightly indica dominant hybrid strain (60% indica/40% sativa) created through crossing the classic Gelato #41 X Triangle Kush strains. Named for the delicious candy, Gushers brings on the flavors with a combination of sour tropical fruits and rich creamy cookies in each and every toke. The aroma follows the same profile, although with a slightly herbal overtone and touches of spicy grape. The Gushers high isn't quite as bright as the flavor, with super relaxing effects that are best suited for lazy nights spent at home with friends catching up on Netflix. The high starts with an influx of tingly euphoria that fills the back of the head with lightly arousing tingles. This quickly spreads throughout the rest of your body, leaving you pretty aroused and incredibly relaxed through and through. You won't be sleepy in this state, but rather totally at ease with anything and everything happening around you. With these effects and its high 15-22% average THC level, Gushers is said to be perfect for treating chronic stress or anxiety, depression and chronic pain. This bud has elongated olive green nugs with bright green leaves, lots of thin amber hairs and a coating of tiny amber crystal trichomes.