Bass Line Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Up to 25%
Yield
14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
8 weeks
Climate
Indoors
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Tall
Flavors
Pungent, diesel 

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Bass Line Marijuana Seeds Information

Bass Line is a hybrid cannabis strain that is a descendant of the family of Chem. It is a combination of Chem # 4 and Guayaba, which makes it an Indica-dominant hybrid. This marijuana has an aroma similar to a forest but has a peppery and metallic note, which is typical in the Chem family.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Bass Line?

Bass Line will remind you of how it smells. It has diesel and strong flavor, which will usually stick to your palette and will leave a long impressing on your tongue.

The high that you can get from Bass Line is quite indisputable, and it is one of the well-known types out there nowadays. The effects can be strong, but for its users, everything is worth it. It has a high THC content, which creates an intense cerebral high. This cannabis is euphoric and enjoyable. This can help you soothe your mind while still creating an uplifting and light feeling. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Bass Line?

Bass Line is very effective in treating emotional and mental conditions. It provides relief for many patients and is usually prescribed to help in addressing anxiety and stress.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Bass Line

Bass Line can be very potent and may cause you dehydration and dry mouth. Users are expected to have dry eyes as well. People using this strain must stay hydrated with lots of liquids, as this will help with the side effects. 

How to Grow Bass Line? Some information and Tips

Bass Line is feminized seeds, and the female plants are the ones who produce weed. They can begin flowering when they get lesser light a day, so manipulating the light cycle when grown indoors is important.

This plant may be quite difficult to grow because it is not resistant to pests and mold.

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