THC 6-17%


Mexican cannabis landraces grow in the region’s wide variety of climates, from desert regions to mountainous terrain. The higher elevation of Mexico’s mountains produces sativa-characteristic landrace strains, the most famous of which being Acapulco Gold. Typically, Mexican landraces form into elongated, spindly nuggets with loose, fluffy leaves covered in orange hairs. Exposure to cold air adds blue and purple hues to the buds’ leaves. Consumers report an earthy, mud-like odor with an added layer of skunk and peppery finish.

Top reported effects

  • Giggly
  • Hungry
  • Euphoric

Top reported flavors

  • Blueberry
  • Earthy
  • Pepper

Grow information

Mexican landraces grow in both indoor and outdoor gardens and boast high pest- and disease-resistance. Cultivators recommend regular trimming and height control measures, as these strains stretch upward of 10 feet. Some Mexican landraces take up to 16 weeks before reaching full maturity. Available Form: Seeds only

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