707 Headband strain emerged from the Humboldt County, California and that area’s telephone area code is the source of its numerical moniker. It’s a cross between Sour Diesel, OG Kush and Master Kush. 707 Headband plants flower in 9 to 11 weeks and usually have large yields. This strain is known to have high THC levels and can be strong, but it’s balanced enough to leave most consumers feeling calm and creative rather than sleepy. Because of this, it’s often used to treat tension and anxiety.
707 Headband is one potent strain. With THC levels that top out at 24%, it’s one of the strongest choices on the market. This strain is mostly indica (40:60 sativa/indica ratio), so the high is primarily focused on the body. 707 Headband has Kush and Diesel origins; it’s a crossbreed of Sour Diesel, OG Kush, and Master Kush. The body high is deeply relaxing, but it’s balanced out by clear-headed cerebral effects that keep users awake and spur creative thinking. True to its ancestry, this strain has a strong, pungent skunk smell, with hints of pine. The high is very happy and relaxed, with strong euphoria. That makes 707 Headband ideal for treating anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, spinal cord injuries, and chronic pain. Negative effects include limited dry mouth, while dry eyes and dizziness are also possible. This strain is found mostly on the West Coast and in Colorado, though it’s also popular in Canada and can be found in other locations in the United States. Also known simply as Headbands, its name comes from the 707 area code, which serves the San Francisco Bay Area, and the “headband” effect users feel in their foreheads.