3 Chems

3 Chems Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
20% - 24%
Yield
85 - 113 grams per square meter
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 - 10 weeks
Climate
Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Chemical, herbal, spicy

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3 Chems Marijuana Seeds Information

3 Chems is an indica-leaning hybrid developed by Top Dawg Seeds masters. This strain is a chemical and spicy degustation that gives a strong blended high and shows very large, thick buds. In addition to sparse white crystals, the nugs are clustered up, light green, and bring some orange-amber hair. It can aid in relieving stress, anxiety, depression, and chronic pain with a THC content of up to 24 percent. 3 Chems strain should be used in the evening and at night.

What are the flavors and effects of 3 Chems?

The flavors of 3 Chems are chemical, herbal, and spicy. Three Chems, named for its super-chemical scent and taste, delivers a classic soothing high with a mild relaxation that is ideal for kicking back after a long and very exhausting or stressful day. You should experience a calming beginning that provides your body with a deep physical relaxation while your mind is filled with a slightly stimulating mental tingle. The physical impacts quickly turn stoney, tricking you into a state of pure calm and comfort that, if you are not careful, can easily become sedative.

What are the medical benefits of 3 Chems?

Combined with its super-high average THC level of 20-24%, these features make Three Chems ideal for treating people with conditions like chronic stress or anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and insomnia. With an earthy pungent exhale, Three Chems has an extremely sharp chemical spicy flavor.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from 3 Chems

Three Chems also comes with extremely powerful adverse effects that you will experience. Consumers would almost always notice the burning of their mouths and eyes.

How to Grow 3 Chems?

In planting this crop, it would require some work, which includes training for topping and a little stress. For that reason, if you are new to growing cannabis, this may not be the best strain to cultivate.

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