Quetzalcoatl is the strain that officially launched Omuerta Genetix into the collective it is today. Our first foray into refining genetics and isolating phenotype selection for dominance in the offspring or filial generations. Quetzalcoatl F3 was featured in the Cannabis Indoor Bible Version 3 as one of the frostiest strains. Quetzalcoatl is named in honor of the Aztec flying feathered serpent responsible for bringing language to the Aztecs, as well as halting human sacrifice. The Aztecs would gather with fruits, flowers and burn incense and herbs every Summer solstice at temples built in worship to the Gods. If they were blessed with a sighting or fly over by Quetzalcoatl, it was believed the harvests would be bountiful and the tribes would flourish under a good year.
Quetzalcoatl is a medium sized plant that will naturally tend to spread out low with many nodes and multiple tops. This plant wants to be a bush on its own and will push to take up space. With a rather short flower time of 8 1/2 weeks, flowers and fan leaves are covered in a white frost and smell of sweet sweet grapes. The smell is almost a blueberry as its fresh and light with an almost sugary taste. If Bright Sky Blue was a terpene, this cultivar would define it justly. The effects of Quetzalcoatl go hand in hand with its name. This is a great daytime medicine for anyone suffering anxiety or mood disorders as it lifts the whole body, mind and spirit. Over the years since certain limited drops, we are often asked if we planned to re-release any of the old favorites. Your demands have been heard loud and clear and this year we have brought some old favorites back for you as well as some new hybrids.