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OG Kush Cannabis Clones
OG Kush makes up the genetic backbone of West Coast cannabis varieties, but in spite of its ubiquity, its genetic origins remain a mystery. This famed strain arrived in Los Angeles in 1995 after being transplant coast-to-coast from Florida by its original propagators (now known as Imperial Genetics), along with “The Bubba,” which gave way to Bubba Kush.
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White Widow ResinWhite Widow is immediately recognizable by its almost entirely white appearance, the result of a very large amount of trichomes on the flowers and leaves, onto which a full-cover coating of resin develops. Thanks to this crystallized frosting, White Widow cannabis seeds grow up to offer deep relaxation in addition to a sativa-driven, euphoric high that lifts the mood to a blissful happiness.
Effects of White Widow CannabisWhen consumed, pine and citrus-scented White Widow causes almost instantaneous mental effects including more defined perception of sights and sounds. Early on, these sensations contribute to a burst of energy that makes you want to go and get things done, at least in your mind. After awhile, the sensations tend to mellow out into a light body stone. Powerful White Widow cannabis seeds are credited with treating anxiety, insomnia, cramps, chronic pain, migraines, and even Multiple Sclerosis and seizures. Recently, research has begun exploring the strain’s ability to help people suffering from the blood disease Hepatitis C, which can lead to liver conditions and even cancer.
Grow White Widow IndoorsWhite Widow cannabis seeds will generally deliver the best results when germinated and planted in an indoor, hydroponic environment, with or without soil, though with the right conditions, this hardy strain can resist mold and colder climates, for a decent showing out of doors. When grown inside, White Widow can deliver as much as 500 grams of harvestable flower per square meter, and it is important to remember all those resin-coated sugar leaves offer therapeutic benefits, as well. Allow for a flowering stage of eight to nine weeks, then enjoy your powerful results for all your medicinal or recreational needs.
Effects Of Lemon HazeThe effects of this super-sativa are all energy. It’s not necessarily a relaxing strain. Instead, this is the type of weed that makes you want to get up and get things done. You’ll feel ready to conquer the world, making this the perfect daytime bud for busy users. It will help you maintain focus, as well as bring out your inner creativity. With just one puff, this sativa-dominant strain will make you feel like you want to hug each and every person around you. By the second puff, you feel uplifted and in an excellent mood. Try smoking this strain before a romantic date night, because it will leave you light-hearted and energetic the entire time. Lemon Haze kicks in really quickly, and its effects linger for a while. This marijuana strain is a great choice for anyone who has a long day ahead. It makes one feel euphoric and energetic so you can accomplish great tasks during the day. Because of its potency and high THC levels, this strain is not recommended for beginners.
Adverse ReactionsLemon Haze may induce small amounts of dizziness, but it is not very common. Cottonmouth and dry eye feelings are likely to happen. This is related to dehydration. Keep yourself hydrated by drinking lots of water or any other fluids. The munchies, where one may feel increased or exaggerated desire for food, may be experienced almost immediately after smoking or consuming this strain. Also, some users may feel paranoia after over-consumption, or anxiety if they already suffer from it.
Medical Uses For Lemon HazeLemon Haze contains 0.1% CBD. Along with its high THC level, it allows the user to relax mentally while providing some medicinal properties that also benefit medical marijuana patients physically. These are just some of the conditions this strain has successfully treated:
- Muscle spasms
- Physical pains
- Chronic fatigue
- Joint pains
- Loss of Appetite