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What are some creeper strains?

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DisasterDave

Haha I completely agree man, I love almost being disappointed, light up that second bowl then you’re like. ok I’m good now. uh I guess it wasn’t that weak. uh oh. boogie:

Not sure of any strains specifically, usually got creepers when I was in the boonies of PA. Never remember experiencing it in Cali.

Noticed when I pull plants down a little early it tends to creep on you a little bit, but that could just be me.

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monkey5
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John Ditchweed
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I do. I love that kind of shit. I feel the high lasts longer, maybe its psychological but creepers are my kind of medicine. I start grinning and smiling and everyone asks me what am I smiling about? LOL.

Thanks for the heads up everyone.:bandit

Rural_GrowOp
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Jack The Ripper from Subcool is supposed to be a creeper. Here is what Sub says about it.

” High Times Top Ten list 2006

Featured in the Big Book of Buds 3 Page 86,87,88,89

Jack the Ripper is well named because it is absolutely killer weed. A true 8 week Sativa Haze the first thing growers notice is the incredible lemon smell and heavy resin production. It has been described by UK growers as the best 8 week haze ever produced.

This plant will produce triangle shaped spear buds that pretty much stopped active calyx growth early and produced copious amounts of resin instead, resin production was evident from day 12 in 12/12 but really started to fatten up the heads around day 50 or so.

I find it performs best unstopped with a long vegetative period. The high is very creeper at first you may think that its not so strong but then whammo. it hits you hard and there’s no turning back then. you will be deep in thought and meditative for quite some time. the duration and intensity is strong and thought provoking”

I love strains that are a creeper. You smoke some bowls, feeling nothing….then bam it hits you. I am not sure but I think I read it also depends on when…