Recently Added Rare Dankness Strains

We are please to announce that we have recently added a few strains from Rare Dankness. Rare Dankness was founded in 2010 is has recently found itself in a booming American market. We’ve decided to start with their most popular ones and will be adding several more over the coming days and weeks so keep an eye out.

Lee Roy Regular (12 pk)
Lee Roy
Regular Cannabis Seeds

One of the more potent crosses, that RD has created. Dense, multi colored buds, with Exceptional FROST coverage. The scent is a deep Kush and a hint of lemon and lime, with an identical flavor. Lee Roy is a connoisseur-grade strain. From the first inhale you experience a euphoric high that last. Prepare for the munchies. She does well in cooler controlled temps. A beautiful resinous plant, with medium to large yields. An excellent medical strain.

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Ghost Train Haze #1 Ghost Train Haze #1 Regular (10 pk)
Regular Cannabis Seeds

Rare Dankness’s Ghost Train Haze is an amazingly strong strain. It was featured on the May 12, 2012, cover of High Times Magazine, posing as the poster child for the “Strongest Strain on Earth.” An accolade she gained after stunning the 420 world by testing at an amazing 25.49% for THC during the 2011, Denver High Times Cannabis Cup. A mix of the Original Ghost OG crossed with the Nevil’s Wreck. A devestating amped up high, with the most amazing, sugary trichs. Aromas lean toward sour and hazy. The GHT #1 tested at 25%+ THC. It’s one of Rare Dankness’s most popular creations.

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Scott’s OG Regular Marijuana SeedsScott's OG Regular (12 pk)

Named after the main breeder and owner of Rare Dankness Seed’s is the super dank and insanely frosty, “Scott’s OG”. This fast growing, high yielding and short flowering Indica dominant hybrid is comprised of the well known Triangle Kush and their trusty powerhouse Indica, Rare Dankness #1. The “Scott’s OG” produces well above average amounts of extremely resinous flowers that have a high calyx to leaf ratio and come to completion in only 8-9 weeks indoors and by the end of September outdoors.

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