Callahan Marijuana Seeds Information
Breeders have been combining strong blends ever since, resulting in another remarkable blend. Callahan is one poly hybrid attempt. An offspring of Columbian Gold and Herijuana, Callahan is more of a sativa. It is best cultivated indoors and can grow flowers within 70 days. 70 days is longer than most strains, hence, this experimental strain is not recommended for amateur growers. It’s unknown if this strain with limited supply will be reproduced again.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Callahan?
Callahan is an interesting mix of Columbian Gold and Herijuana contradicting each other. Columbian Gold is known for giving cerebral high which still allows productivity, while Herijuana will numb you with a heavy feeling. Callahan has retained most of the sativa qualities however, making it perfect for those intending to take it as a medication but don’t want to pass out. The hits will give a stimulating mix of citrusy and earthy flavor.
What are the medical benefits of Callahan?
Callahan can be used to downplay symptoms of depression, anxiety, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The relaxing quality causes a different type of happiness. It launches the patient into a state of euphoria, relieving muscle pain and tension. The user can still be productive regardless.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Callahan
Just like its parent hybrids, having a dry mouth is a top downside for large intakes, followed by dry eyes. It can also make a user anxious, dizzy and paranoid. Headache is also another negative effect that can be anticipated. Sleepiness can also hit the user intending to use it as a sativa.
How to grow Callahan? Some information and Tips
If you are interested in growing a Callahan for experience, this is only recommended for expert breeders. Broad experience in growing sativa is needed to grow this hybrid. The strain produces a lot of resin, demanding utmost care with trimming. This inbred line experiment is also susceptible to molds. Patience is also needed due to slow germination. It is recommended to use top heat.