Eastern European Marijuana Seeds Information
Referred to as any strain that grows natively in the Eastern European region, these landraces tend to be indica leaning in structure and effect due to the region’s climate and latitude. The smell gives off is pungent wood with a spicy pine that’s released as the nugs are broken apart and burned. Its buds are medium to large-sized with super chunky spade-shaped nugs that range from light minty greens to deep olive greens. It is covered with long fine hairs that range from almost translucent ambers to bold fiery oranges. Most nugs have a thin blanket of crystal trichomes and a generous sticky layer of syrupy sweet resin.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Eastern European?
Eastern European is an enticing taste of sweet woody pine with a hint of earthy spice.
Its moderate cerebral high brings mild euphoria. This is followed by a potent body high, leaving you relaxed, sedated, and slightly couch-locked. You will feel sleepy and hungry for food. It is ideally used as an evening or bedtime cannabis strain.
What are the Medical Benefits of Eastern European?
Medically speaking, Eastern European is greatly beneficial to those people who suffer from cancer, chronic pain, depression, fibromyalgia, gastrointestinal disorder, headaches, inflammation, insomnia, loss of appetite, muscle spasms, and stress. It acts as an analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, stimulant, appetite booster, and relaxant.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Eastern European.
Greening out is possible when using Eastern European strains. This rarely happens and should not worry you. This is characterized by headaches, anxiety, and dizziness. This is due to the overconsumption of the strain. Moderation is advised. Additionally, users usually experience dryness of mouth and eyes when using strain. Ingesting sufficient amounts of fluids will mitigate the effects.
How to Grow Eastern European?
Eastern European grows short and squat. Its leaves are broad and fan-shaped. This strain prefers tepid to cool weather and have a short flowering period. Common in colder countries in Europe cultivation season begins mid-May and wraps up around 8 weeks later. You can expect a fairly massive yield production during harvest.