Chem Wolf

Chem Wolf Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
16.5 %
Yield
3 - 6(Oz/Ft)²
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 – 9 weeks
Climate
warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
Moderate
Flavors
fruity, grape and berry

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Chem Wolf Marijuana Seeds Information

First created in the Netherlands by Passion Dutch, the Chem Wolf is likewise called wolf. Breeders suggest that it has its pure originality from the skunk family with greenish, buds having reddish-yellow hairs underneath.

The crossing of Lemon Wreck with Chem, the Chem Wolf, will come alive and has a unique blend of Genetic descent. Its first-ever crossing was carried out by Happ-Days Farms, and the Chem Wolf has classic sour diesel, lemony aromas, and it is a Sativa dominant.

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Chem Wolf?

This strain, Chem Wolf, has a fruity, grape, and berry flavors. One who experiences weakness to worry may consume this weed for energy it gives. It is best consumed during the day for its great strength and agility. Other possible effects from this cannabis are uplifting, happy, and relaxing effects.

What are the medical benefits of the Chem Wolf?

It is used by people who are diagnosed with chronic depression, which may be seasonal and non-seasonal, depending on individual cases. It has likewise shown efficacious potent in the area of treating vomiting, migraine, and inflammation.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Chem Wolf

This weed, Chem Wolf will help cause the following: uncontrolled insomnia, dry-itchy eyes, dry mouth, paranoia, and dizziness.

How to Grow Chem Wolf?

Maintain the soil pH, good lighting, improved soil nutrient by manuring, and constant supply of water if you want your cannabis to yield more than expected. Daily check this strain to see if there’s pest invasion. Trimming and curing of the leaves may be weekly or monthly, depending on the grower availability.

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