Originally called Double D for a reference to the big buds on these plants (we’ll let you make the connection there), breeder KC Brains decided to rename the strain Danky Doodle in the proposal of some American friends in order to avoid confusion with the similarly named Double Dutch. Danky Doodle certainly isn’t a plant; it grows like the weed it will make its presence known with its sweet smell and is. Plants flower at 9 to 11 months and should offer a high yield of large buds covered in a frost. This plant is a cross between strains, and it no surprise that Big Bud is included in its Viking and the breeder’s own KC 636. The result is a strong indica that offers body relief regardless of what you call it.