Ayahuasca

Ayahuasca Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
21%
Yield
650 grams/ m2 indoor and 700 grams / plant or more outdoor
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 Weeks to 9 Weeks
Climate
Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
90cm to 100cm
Flavors
Sour Earthy Lavender Tropical and Nutty

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Ayahuasca Marijuana Seeds Information

Ayahuasca is a pure indica hybrid strain created by crossbreeding the Red River Delta and the unique strain, Master Kush. This cannabis is lucky enough having excellent parents and inherited completely their good qualities as well.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Ayahuasca? 

Enjoy the sour and earthy taste by the Ayahuasca as it gives you more on its tropical nutty lavender hints of flavors. You will be surprised how it can calm your body with a high buzz that will keep you relaxed and as the high goes down a great and strong couch-locking effect.

What are the Medical Benefits of Ayahuasca?

Ayahuasca is best for stress and fatigue because of its soothing effects and thanks for its high THC level; you will be relieved even to the most severe case of chronic pain you have. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Ayahuasca? 

The usual side effect of this plant is just an ordinary headache and a little dizzy. But for some situations where control is not intended, there will be paranoia and drying of mouth and eyes as well. 

How to Grow Ayahuasca? 

Ayahuasca can be grown indoors or outdoors but if you are seeking more than whatever is conventional, you should try cultivating this strain in hydroponics.  Some hydroponic gardeners have yielded multiple times greater especially when they tried this method. the process basically starts by sinking roots direct into nutrient-rich waters with nutrients, which means all nutrients are absorbed right away into the plant with no hassle, thus, smaller root systems are all needed. And in that connection, smaller roots mean you can add another one in that particular spot. 

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