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Georgia Pine by Swamp Boys Seeds is a complex, terpene-rich hybrid with a bouquet like no other. A cross between Killer Queen G13 and William’s Wonder, Georgia Pine yields aromatic notes of gasoline and black licorice wrapped in the scent of wild watermelon. This strain has been known to produce a healthy yield with a THC percentage upwards of 20%.
GP provided an incredible flavor profile. Was very sativa dominant during the first hour and settle in to a nice indica body fade. Great for social events or chillin with friends. Novices be weary, quick and heavy head trip. Not for the newb. Read full review
Mmmm, this tastes so good. I used Juicy J's Watermelon papers and it's just such a nice smoothe smoke and high.
I picked up a gram and I wish I would have gotten more. it's beautiful. nice frosty green buds with orange/amber hairs. The first scent is a pine type smell but there is also a watermelo...Read full review
Dispensary: Desert Rose
This strain definitely has a pine-tastic aroma, accompanied by fairly fast acting heady effects along with a nice relaxing body high to ease away pain.
In my opinion it smokes like a Blue Dream variant and should become a fairly popular strain for individuals wanting relie...Read full review
it was a pretty good strain i didn't get a absolute fire batch i had I b grade batch and it had some pretty nice effects I would I ha to say smells like a pine forest with some flower and after you grind it up it really pungent smoked it through a beaker bong and it tasted really pungent like a skun...Read full review
smoked this strain last night at a party, we were jamming PS4 VR and holy shit what a ride, she is piney on the draw and has that sweet tar aroma, what a nice sativa high with a Indica mellow at the end, would definitely buy this againRead full review