Pennywise Marijuana Seeds Information
Despite its killer clown villain namesake, the Pennywise strain is more likely to help you calm down and relax. It was created by combining the Harlequin and Jack the Ripper strains. It has an average THC count between 12% to 15%. The flowers of the Pennywise strain is small to medium in size. The leaves are pale sea-green in color and are twisted with orange and brown hairs and a thick layer of white trichomes.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Pennywise?
The Pennywise cannabis strain has a primarily dank aromatic profile with notes of fresh earth. You will also smell hints of woody and piney undertones. Once combusted, the Pennywise strain gives out an interesting mix of bubble gum, coffee, and citrus. A harsh and thick smoke with woody undertone is tasted in the exhale.
The effects of this strain are quick-acting. It starts with a cerebral euphoria that is psychedelic in nature. Certain sights and sounds will be taken into a whole different level, and you will feel a little bit disoriented. However, this is only temporary as you will soon feel your creativity and productivity increase too. Any complicated and detail-oriented tasks will be a breeze. You will find yourself more sociable and chatty, too. Soon after, you will feel waves of relaxation trickle down to your body, and at this point, you will feel your energy level dip. Whatever motivation and energy you had earlier will start to wane. If used in high doses, you will find yourself couch-locked, so always be careful.
What are the Medicinal Benefits of Pennywise?
Pennywise cannabis strain has significant therapeutic uses. For one, it is very effective in alleviating certain disorders, including epilepsy, PTSD, depression, migraines, and stress. It is also a natural pain reliever often used in treating headaches, migraines, muscle spasms, joint inflammations, and even arthritis.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Pennywise?
The Pennywise strain, when used in high doses, can cause mild bouts of paranoia and nausea at the onset due to its psychedelic properties. This is regardless of your tolerance levels. Headache often accompanies these effects. Other side effects from this indica dominant strain are dry mouth or cottonmouth. Also, this is often followed by dry eyes. These symptoms are caused by dehydration and are thankfully, often, mild.
How to Grow Pennywise?
The Pennywise plant thrives well in an indoor environment or greenhouse setting. With growers being able to control the environmental factors, the plants can produce their maximum yield in a shorter flowering period. The plant, however, does not have any issues with outdoor cultivation. It can also be grown outdoors but will demand a hot outdoor climate with lots of sunshine. Regular topping is required to manage its light-blocking fan leaves.