Duke Nukem

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3G, 7G, 14G, 28G

Although Duke Nukem received its’ namesake after the bad-ass alien obliterator, this hybrid is a lot more mellow and chill than the real action hero himself. This sativa-dominant hybrid is highly regarded for its cerebral head high that’ll leave you feeling happy, uplifted, creative and inspired more than commando and violent.

BUD SIZE Medium – Large
GRADE AAA+
LINEAGE Chemmando x Chernobyl
EFFECTS Cerebral, Creative, Uplifted & Focused
CLASSIFICATION Sativa-dominant
TERPENE PROFILE Sweet, Berries & Earthy
  • 3G
  • 7G
  • 14G
  • 28G
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Duke Nukem

This devastatingly potent hybrid strain received its namesake after the heroic planet saver, but it’s more relaxing and mellow than the name suggests. Cabin Fever Seed Breeders originally created the strain Duke Nukem with the intentions of creating a perfect cerebral, high-energy and invigorating sativa or hybrid strain that would be ideal for day-time use. This resulted in them crossbreeding a male Chemmando plant with TGA Subcool Seeds’ female Chernobyl strain, which were sought out for their euphoric, uplifting and inspiring effects.

Effects & THC Levels

Laboratory tests show that the average THC concentration of this strain range from 17%-21%, which is moderately higher than average for a sativa-dominant hybrid flower. Many medicinal users and recreational smokers revere this hybrid for its happy and creative high, which they find relaxing and welcoming enough to enjoy in any occasion.

Appearance & Aroma

The diversity found within these genetics can be held responsible for creating very unique and rare flavours that are atypical of many sativa or hybrid strains. A berry-like sweetness found within Mendo Purps and fruity notes similar to Jack the Ripper blend well with the pungent, diesel-like aroma of Chemmando to create a bold, pungent terpene profile that is unlike any other.

Quantity

3G, 7G, 14G, 28G

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