Digweed Marijuana Seeds Information
Bred by House Of The Great Gardener, Digweed was named after a cat with a sweet tooth for cannabis plants. It is a cross between Sweet Tooth X Afghani strains. It gives off a fragrance of floral, fruity, and chemical aroma. The buds have long pepper-shaped forest green nugs with fiery orange hairs and a thin layer of sticky resin.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Digweed?
Digweed is a flavorful concoction of herbs and berries with an undertone of a chemical taste.
Digweed has a cerebral and body high that brings euphoria, an uplifted mood, energy, talkativeness, and complete body relaxation. As the high comes down, you will feel sleepy and numb. Due to its sedative effects, it is best used in the evening time.
What are the Medical Benefits of Digweed?
Medically speaking, Digweed is greatly beneficial to those people who suffer from ADD/ADHD, anxiety, arthritis, asthma, bipolar disorder, chronic pain, depression, inflammation, insomnia, muscle spasms, and nightmares. It is an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, and relaxant.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Digweed.
Greening out is possible when using Digweed. Anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia may occur in rare cases. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are a beginner.
Aside from that, you can experience two of the most common cannabis-induced dehydration side effects, which are dry, itchy eyes and dry mouth. To remedy this, hydration is the key. Drinking lots of fluids will taper down the mentioned negative reactions. It is also advised to use an eye moisturizer to soothe those irritated eyes.
How to Grow Digweed?
Digweed thrives both indoors and outdoors. Indica leaning, it does not grow too tall. It grows broad leaves that need pruning once in a while. It loves a warm climate where there is plenty of sunshine. Plant it in a spacious area where it can thrive freely. Indoors, you can use soil or hydroponics as your medium. You can have a harvest of 10 to 14 ounces per square meter after 7 to 9 weeks. Outdoors, harvest comes between September to October with a yield of 14 ounces of fresh buds or more.