Everlast Marijuana Seeds Information
With a mysterious breeder, Everlast is a three-way cross between White Widow, Northern Lights #5 and Warlock cannabis strains. It produces a hash and skunky fragrance. Its buds have dark, airy purple heart-shaped nugs covered by beige hairs. A dusting of amber trichomes and a layer of sticky resin is visible as well.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Everlast?
Everlast is a flavorful concoction of wood and pine with hints of herbs. As you toke, a subtle taste of butter and cheese begins to reveal itself. On the exhale, it leaves a spicy diesel aftertaste in the mouth.
Its subtle cerebral high brings you to a state of euphoria and happiness. After some time, the body high slowly creeps up onto you and ushering you into a state of utter sedation. As the effects fade, you’ll be eased into a deep sleep that will last for hours on end. Highly sedative, it is recommended to be used at night.
What are the Medical Benefits of Everlast?
Its indica and sativa effects make Everlast an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, and relaxant. It is a perfect treatment for ADD/ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, chronic pain, depression, inflammation, insomnia, migraines, PTSD, and stress.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Everlast.
Users usually experience dryness of mouth and eyes when using Everlast. You have to hydrate to get rid of these effects. Ingesting sufficient amounts of fluids will wane the reactions. A good eye moisturizer drop can also be helpful in soothing those irritated eyes.
Greening out is also possible when using Everlast. You may complain of headaches or dizziness, accompanied by anxiety. Don’t worry, this is temporary and disappears after some time. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are new to cannabis.
How to Grow Everlast?
Everlast grows into a short and sturdy plant. It can survive indoors and outdoors. As it tends to be bushy, you may need a bit of pruning. Don’t cut the sugar leaves, though. It flowers quick, averaging between 7 to 9 weeks when cultivated indoors. For each harvest, a square meter produces up to 12 ounces of fresh buds. Outdoors, under the expert growers’ care, each plant can yield more than 12 ounces of buds before the third week of October.