There is no doubt this is one decadent bud. With a taste of sugar and spice and all things nice, the skunky and earthy aroma is one of pure delight. With high THC averaging over 18%, you can expect an indica buzz with a knockout punch.
These plants do well in an outdoor climate, and you can expect bigger yields growing outdoors, preferably in a dry climate, around 75 degrees Fahrenheit. If grown indoors this works well with hydroponics and the Screen of Green technique to increase yield.
This plant is moderately difficult to grow; yet it is certainly not impossible. Growing between 30 and 70 inches in height, you can expect long buds, resistant to pests and mold. Flowering time begins around eight weeks.
When grown outdoors in the ideal climate such as the Mediterranean, these plants can tower over six feet.
Terpenes include caryophyllene (pepper), pinene (pine), terpinolene (wood), myrcene (musk and mango), and humelene (hops).
Increase nitrogen at the start of the season.
On 10/21/2015, MCR labs found the total cannabinoids to be at 14.7%. CBGA had a content of 0.1% with both CBD and CBN at under 0.1%. THC 18% and CBD 0.1%.
Relax! With this skunky earthy scent, the soothing knockout sensation will provide certain relief and comfort all over.
This flower has been found to be beneficial in treating post-traumatic stress, and PMS.
Yet most notably this bud is exceptional in pain relief, with a body numbing sensation.
Generally this flower is used to treat insomnia, pain and anxiety.