Casey Jones Marijuana Strain

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Casey Jones is a Sativa dominant marijuana strain with a slight hint of Indica for rapid growth development. You can expect quick yields as this plant roughly takes eight weeks within the flowering cycle. The plant requires minimal maintenance and not a lot of nutrients to cultivate making it a perfect beginner plant for novice gardeners. The plant will reach roughly thirty to forty inches in height when forced at twelve to sixteen inches. Generally you can expect an average yield of a half an ounce per plant yet if grown in larger environments can produce a yield of up to three and a half ounces per plant. These plants are normally grown in a Single Cola for optimal results. The strain will produce tight long buds with a little colas scattered around. It is best to lollipop the plant in order to focus on the main bud. Due to the nature of the dominance in Sativa you can use this medication for day time purposes. Patients agree that this is a perfect marijuana strain for muscle conditions, chronic pain, lack of motivation, lack of focus, migraines and more. The most prominent side effect is that of dry eyes and dry mouth of which we suggest drinking lots of liquids when ingesting the plant. You can expect a more cerebral experience and you should feel the effects immediately. Also take note that the “intense” part of the experience will last for roughly one and a half hours before drifting into a moderate sensation. Also this marijuana strain is very good in terms of meditation and other mental activities such as brain storming sessions and creative thinking. If you want to learn more about cultivation techniques, strain reviews, curing techniques and more, feel free to check out our Weedpedia section for more information. If you cannot find the information on our site, feel free to get in touch with Marijuana Doctors 411 and we’ll be more than happy to assist you with your queries and doubts. 234x60 Casey Jones Marijuana Strain
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