Hailing from a region known for its formidable strains and cannabis culture, 707 is Humboldt’s own representative in dispensaries throughout California and beyond. With a highly potent yet tamable high, this strain leaves most who try it pleased.
A closely split hybrid strain, 707 is a combination of 60% Indica and 40% Sativa from the minds of Humboldt Seed geneticists. The background of this strain can be found in Kush and Diesel parents. The strain is, in fact, a three-way cross between Sour Diesel, OG Kush, and Master Kush. The strain is readily available on the west coast and in Colorado. However, it has been spotted north of the border in regions of Canada, too. Growing popularity ensures this strain will fast be arriving at dispensaries elsewhere in North America.
With THC tests that top out at nearly 25%, 707 can back quite a kick if you’re unprepared for it. The effects are mood-elevating and at times elating. This makes it a great candidate to treat mood and anxiety disorders, as well as dampening the effects of chronic pain.
Kush and Diesel origins are well represented in the flavor and aroma of 707. An unctuous and skunky smell waft from the flowers, tickling the nose with hints of pine. The smoke is thick and comes with a hint of sour citrus. The buds of 707 are fluffy and bright green. Dark orange hairs erupt regally across the surface of the flowers, which are equally as flecked with white resin glands.
Growers will find 707 a strain worth of cultivation. A plant of relative ease and ready to harvest in an average of 10 weeks indoors or around Halloween outdoors, 707 can put on a substantial display as it approaches maturity. Yields are significant, up to 35 ounces in ideal conditions, when plants are given all they need to thrive.