This plant has is said to be one powerful strain. Being predominantly Sativa one can expect a deep cerebral sensation when ingesting the strain. The plant can become very tall and is not recommended for people who have limited space. The only influence one can see of the Indica variant is the size of the buds. Most Sativa strains will produce fluffier buds, but with the cross breeding of the Indica the density was affected.
The flowering cycle was also affected by the Sativa strains as it flowers indoors at approximately between 42-49 days. The curing process is essential with this strain in order to preserve the taste and smell of the end harvest. You can expect a decent yield from this strain but it doesn’t compare to other strains. What makes this plant a winning ticket is the short flowering time.
Most patients agree that this plant works very well for anxiety issues, lack of focus, lack of motivation, increase energy and depression. Marijuana doctors recommend that you ingest this strain in the morning or afternoon as some patients claimed that it doesn’t allow them to sleep at night. As a general rule of thumb, Sativa strains are for day time use, Indica Strains are for night time use. Obviously depending on your condition you would acquire the strain that best suits your discomfort.
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