CPS is getting creative with the recent strain name trademarks. This time the strain is called Perraden. Can you guess the strain lineage? It’s disappointing that the Department of Consumer Protection (DCP) requires patients to jump through hoops and play little name games with previously known strain cultivars. It’s not like the medical program is based on palliative use or anything.
So can you guess this one? Perra…den.
Perraden T25 H 7363
CANNABINOID ANALYSIS: THC-A: 24.83% THC: 0.24% CBG-A: 0.68% CBN: 0.14%
TERPENE ANALYSIS: ß-Myrcene: 0.10% Limonene: 0.41% Linalool: 0.11% ß-Caryophyllene: 0.44% trans-nerolidol: 0.13%
Perraden (H) aka Dogwalk OG
According to All Bud
Dog Walker OG is a pungently potent indica dominant hybrid (80% indica/20% sativa) strain that’s bred from an Albert Walker OG X Chemdawg 91 cross. This strain is insanely popular among long-term smokers for its skunky smell, pungent taste, and potent effects.
Dog Walker OG gets its name from its smell, which is often described as a “wet dog” scent with a touch of an earthy aroma. Although this may not sound appealing to the average patient, there are many patients who actually enjoy the taste and smell of this bud – it’s definitely an acquired taste! With a body buzz, cerebral stimulation, and a calm focus that smoothly passes into a peaceful sleep, Dog Walker is a popular treatment for severe depression, mood disorders, and insomnia. This strain offers an insanely potent 24-26% THC level and a smooth yet skunky taste. New users beware – the taste can easily overwhelm you, and the THC level definitely will. These buds are amber-hued, plump, and are abundant with trichomes and a fine resin.