707 Headband is like its siblings: one potent strain. The Breeders Lab lists its parents as the favorite and infamous Sour Diesel, OG Kush, and Master Kush. Depending on who grows this hybrid strain, it could land slightly on either side of the sativa/indica spectrum. Its CBD content is not much to talk about, but its high THC content makes this strain worthwhile for people.
Overview of 707 Headband
707 Headband is said to be bred by The Breeders Lab. Its 707 code derives from its hometown area, the San Francisco Bay. It has a skunky taste with hints of pine and an herbal undertone. Its aroma brings out an herbal, earthy scent cut with lemon.
They provided a strain with a THC content up to 24%, a CBD content of 0.35%, and CBN content of 0.2%. The total detected cannabinoids tested at 27.39% with Cannabigerol (CBG) testing at 2.64%. Depending on the grower, it could be either slightly indica or slightly sativa. Either way, it delivers a potent high. The flower is pale green and on the fluffy side. The bud is covered with frosty crystals and scattered with rust-colored hairs.
Potential Effects of 707 Headband
The effects of 707 Headband will blow you away! Like all Headband strains, it feels like a band wrapped around your head is causing a light, yet appealing pressure. It has a great balance of sativa and indica characteristics. 707 Headband provides many effects with a relaxed background. It's heavy on the cerebral and body high, delivering a euphoric and uplifting sensation.
While moderate users tend to feel creative and energetic, higher doses will bring out the relaxing characteristics. High dosages for beginners may leave them sedated. If you intend to use it at a high dosage, don't plan on doing much.
Potential Negative Effects of 707 Headband
Negative effects of 707 Headband include dry mouth and eyes as well as dizziness. Higher dosages may cause headaches and paranoia.
Lineage of 707 Headband
Sour Diesel is prevalent across the country and is sometimes confused with NYC Sour Diesel. Its THC contents reach up to 22% but have limited CBD levels only reaching to .2%. Heavy on the sativa side with 80-90%, Sour Diesel can keep you energized for an extended period. The flower is fluffy, medium green with frosty crystals and scattered orange hairs.
Sour Diesel is grown indoors and outdoors, and the plants grow tall. Indoor growing takes 9 to 10 weeks yielding 18oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by early November and will yield 25oz per plant. Sour Diesel should be raised by experts and in warm and sunny weather. This strain is prone to powdery mildew.
OG Kush is a well-known and popular strain. Its THC content has tested between 19-26% with .3% CBD. This heavy indica strain reaching 70% balances its prodigy strain. The flower is mildly dense with spouts of leaves. The bud comes medium green, with the dust of frosty crystals and specks of rust-colored hairs.
OG Kush is grown both indoors and outdoors in hot and tropical climate and by moderate to expert growers. The plants grow low, but dense and are susceptible to powdery mildew. It also has a low resistance to bugs and diseases. Growing indoors takes 8 to 9 weeks, yielding 17oz per square meter.
Plants grown outdoors need to be harvested by early October yielding 16oz per plant.
Master Kush was created from two different landraces. It has a high THC content reaching 24% with 1% CBD. Its effects are more sedative than most other strains, with it being over 90% indica.
Master Kush's flowers contain dense leaves covered with white crystals and orange hairs.
Master Kush can be easily grown both indoors and outdoors in hot and sunny tropical climate. It plants grow short but it's is easy to do. Flowering Master Kush indoors take 8 to 10 weeks yielding 14oz per square meter. Plants grown outdoors must be harvested by late September and early October is producing 18oz per plant. It has a high resistance to mold, mildew, and pests.
Growing 707 Headband
707 Headband can easily be grown both indoors and outdoors producing a medium-height plant. The plant will provide a high yield and will be massive. It's gassy and pungent so be wary of the smell. 707 Headband needs to be grown in an ideal environment.
Indoor growing takes 61-66 days providing a yield of 17 to 24 ounces per square meter. Plants grown outdoors must be harvested by Late October to early November yielding 24 to 35oz per plant. This strain has standard resistance to mold, mildews, and pest.
Where to Find 707 Headband
707 Headband is found mostly on the West Coast, in states including Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, California, Oregon, and Washington.