Red Headed Stranger #14 x Stardawg
Pig Whistle – Tom Hill is a legend in the cannabis industry, both for his “treemason” growing methods (one of the first to popularize growing huge, full-season plants in Northern California) as well as exceptional breeding stock. Tom Hill’s Haze is an homage to the Original Haze, an amalgamation of landrace sativa genetics from Thailand, Colombia, and Mexico. Haze is known for her psychedelic, racing effect that is giggly, extremely euphoric, intense, and sometimes terrifying. She is insanely (sometimes literally) potent, especially for a sativa.
These traits are oftentimes too much for indica or hybrid lovers and are toned down in Red Headed Stranger with the infusion of William’s Wonder. Willie’s Wonder is a pure indica, named after country singer Willie Nelson. WW is a sweeter, tropical-pine flavored cultivar with a relaxing effect, dense floral structure, and great trichome production.
Ultimately, Red Headed Stranger #14 (RHS) is a Haze-like plant with the euphoric, talkative buzz of sativas and a reasonable flowering time (unlike Haze). William’s Wonder tames the wild Haze, giving her density, bag appeal, and taking away some of the jitters.
Pig Whistle combines the soaring, psychedelic effects of RHS with the wonderful funk, bag appeal, vigor, and yields of Stardawg. Pig Whistle should vary in the aroma, with any combination of sweet tropical fruits, black pepper, sandalwood, cedar, skunk, putrid organic matter, and fuel aromas. Guaranteed to be full of vigor, Pig Whistle will yield impressive baseball-bats of cerebrally-stimulating ganja. This is a great compromise between the ascending aspects of a sativa and the pleasantly-sedating effect of our Stardawg.
Pig Whistle (Red Headed Stranger #14) – Genetic Makeup
Tom Hill’s Haze – 25%
William’s Wonder – 25%
Chem 4 – 25%
Chem D – 22%
Affy – 03%
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