Enemy Of The State Marijuana Seeds Information
Bred by Super Strains, Enemy Of The State is an old school indica and the mother of legendary Amnesia marijuana strain. It is a possible cross between strain from Afghanistan and Neville’s Haze. It gives off an aroma of sharp sour fruit with spicy pungent flowers. Its buds have dense and leafy grape-shaped forest green nugs with bold amber hairs and a frosty thick coating of milky clear crystal trichomes.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Enemy Of The State?
Enemy Of The State unique flavor is a spicy, fragrant fruit accented by a delicate sweet floral.
Its slow cerebral and body high will surprise you with euphoria, happiness, hunger pangs, numbness, and blissful relaxation. This is followed by couch-lock that’s not too overpowering but can leave some smokers pretty sleepy as the high continues. This marijuana is perfect for nighttime consumption.
What are the Medical Benefits of Enemy Of The State?
Enemy Of The State can help with the management of health conditions such as appetite loss, chronic pain, insomnia, depression, and chronic stress or anxiety. It is a perfect analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, relaxant, and appetite booster.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Enemy Of The State.
Just like any other marijuana strain, Enemy Of The State presents with side effects such as dry itchy eyes and dry mouth. Ingesting sufficient amounts of fluids will mitigate the reactions. A good eye moisturizer drop can also be helpful in soothing those irritated eyes.
You may also experience headaches or dizziness, accompanied by anxiety. Don’t worry, this is temporary and goes away after some time. Just remember to slow down on your doses especially if you are not used to the strain.
How to Grow Enemy Of The State?
Novice growers will find this strain easy to work, it can be grown in any environment: indoors, out, or in a greenhouse. The plant grows short, bushy and has strong lateral branches. Pruning here and there will prevent mildew formation and allow air and light circulation. It has a flowering time of roughly 8 weeks and a high yield of 500 grams per square meter.