Breathwork #1 Marijuana Seeds Information
Breathwork #1 is a promising strain bred by Gage Green Genetics. It is a genius combination of equally potent strains, Mendo Breath #1 and Grateful Breath. With its dominant indica genes, this strain will surely take away your breath. The mixture of genetics gave birth to a plant with beautiful hues in purple showered with crystalline resins. It can be cultivated either indoors or outdoors.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Breathwork #1?
The peppery, citrus and herbal mix of Breathwork #1’s scent and the flavor is indeed breathtaking. It really lives up to its name. The euphoric high starts in the head. It ensures that the coast is clear by ridding the mind of sad thoughts, worries and anxieties. Once all of these are kicked out, it fills the mind only with pure bliss and creativity. Once it has done its job in the mind, it will complete the uplifting job by working on the body. The euphoria from the mind earlier rids the whole body with any muscle pain and tension. Users will definitely find themselves talkative and productive.
What are the medical benefits of Breathwork #1?
The strain can be recommended for patients struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD and bipolar disorder. Its ability to increase concentration and focus is great for patients with ADD, ADHD and Alzheimer’s Disease. It is also recommended people who have been struggling with the loss of appetite and those who have to toss and turn many times in bed to find that best position.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Breathwork #1
If taken beyond one’s tolerance, Breathwork #1can cause cotton mouth, dry throat, and irritated eyes. With excessive dosage, it can also induce feelings of anxiety, paranoia and hallucinations. Some have even reported having an excruciating headache. It may also cause your heartbeat to become faster. It can really take your breath away but in an uncomfortable way this time.
How to grow Breathwork #1? Some information and Tips
Breathwork #1 responds really well in the Sea of Green (SOG) setup. Staking may be required to support its buds. Overwatering is discouraged as it may invite molds and mildew. Make sure the soil has thoroughly absorbed the water in between. Also, maintain the soil and water pH. It loves nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium.