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Big Band

Big Band was created to stabilize the delicious flavor of Bubble Gum with a strong, heavy yielding plant. Chronic, this strain’s second parent, grows massive colas with generous resin production and hybridized sativa effects, making it a natural compliment to Bubble Gum’s indica-dominant qualities. Big Band’s effects are joyful and loud, exhibiting deeply relaxing effects with an assortment of juicy berries of the palate.

Big Band was created to stabilize the delicious flavor of Bubble Gum with a strong, heavy yielding plant. Chronic, this strain’s second parent, grows massive colas with generous resin production and hybridized sativa effects, making it a natural compliment to Bubble Gum’s indica-dominant qualities. Big Band’s effects are joyful and loud, exhibiting deeply relaxing effects with an assortment of juicy berries of the palate.

Big Band is a hybrid cannabis strain.

10 Rock Bands That Love Weed

As you may have noticed, the weed music scene is pretty much dominated by two genres: jam bands and hip-hop. There’s no arguing that the Grateful Dead are one of the greatest stoner bands of all time, and Cypress Hill are true weed OGs—Hits from the Bong!—but we thought we’d dig a little deeper. Here are 10 awesome rock bands who really, really love weed.

10. White Mystery

Sibling duo White Mystery is dedicated to three things: each other, their music and 4/20.

Vocalist/guitarist Miss Alex White and drummer Francis Scott Key White have released eight albums to date, each released on April 20. They also have an online TV channel about video games, weed smoking and rock’n’roll.

Read our full-length interview with the band here. And c lick here to watch White Mystery TV .

As you may have noticed, the weed music scene is pretty much dominated by two genres: jam bands and hip-hop. There’s no arguing that the Grateful Dead are one