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In reference to an earlier post, there are many wonderful varieties of Mexican sativa. For those of you who started on Mexican, the buzz is very unique. Mostly in the face and very very euphoric. Not all of it has a bad taste. It just depends on the person you know and how close the connection is to the border. Most of the Mexican that I have gotten has been compressed, but sometimes you can get some fat round nugs as well. Some nugs are yellow and green layered with red hairs and crystals. Sometimes you don't find any seeds at all. I have even save some of the seeds at times and re-grow the plants. They're very very beautiful and majestic plants. They have been developed and cultivated over thousands of years originating from south America. If you think about it, most of the bud at users consume today consist of Mexican sativa lineage in some way. so before putting the strain to shame, remember all the great past times you've had with the strain.