Do-Si-Dos Weed nugs with purple leaves, tons of sweet resin, and a layer of frost. The terpene profile favors lime and pine, as well as an addicting minty aroma. Its parents contributed these flavors, as well as the equally addictive cerebral effects. But it’s worth noting that Do-Si-Dos smells nothing like Cookies strains, instead favoring over-sweet, fermented fruit odors, as well as the smell of dank earth.
The mentally lifting energy will make you happy to be stoned and lost in thought. Do-Si-Dos is a pit that your brain can fall into and keep falling. You’ll feel warm all over and tingling in your spine and limbs. Locked to your couch and falling asleep, you’ll enjoy getting hit repeatedly in the face by Do-Si-Dos Weed dancing circles around your stressed-out brain.
Do-Si-Dos Weed terpene profile isn’t something to scoff at, either. It has a curious array of scents, with a pungent earthiness that somehow mixes perfectly with fruity and floral tones. Its flavor appears paradoxical at first, simultaneously skunky and sweet. But don’t let that drive you away—its smooth exhale makes each toke delightful.
Almost since its inception, breeders have been using Do Si Dos to generate new strains (we’ve covered how breeders create new strains before). Do So Dos has lent its genetics to a few strains that have become popular in recent years. Below, we’ll look at some of the best evolutions of Do-Si-Dos Weed. This Do si Dos and Gelato #41 cross may not have the name recognition of its parent, but don’t let that fool you. It’s a 70/30 indica-dominant hybrid that boasts quality comparable to many of today’s heavy hitters.
Thanks to a combination of high THC content (which ranges from 22-29 percent) and a respectable 1 percent CBD, Dolato holds delightfully potent effects. It provides powerful relaxation, but without the crippling couch lock typical of some indica strains. Instead, an uplifting euphoria sharpens the senses, leaving you with a pleasant buzz.