Recon Glitch

Recon Glitch Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
10 to 11 weeks
Warm and Slightly Dry Environment
Growing Difficulty
Tropical, Fruity, Acrid, and Sweet

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Recon Glitch Marijuana Seeds Information

The Kelly green leaves of Recon Glitch grow wide and long, showing some dusting of white trichomes with great details on the blade, and the minty green buds are densely covered in crystal trichomes and crowned with white and amber hairs. Glitch Genetics used the Space Queen F2 male to pollinate the Recon, which resulted in this beautiful weed.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Recon Glitch?

This weed is composed of great balance in its profile. You’ll get to taste the exotic tropical fruits with some bitterness to even out all the fruitiness of this strain. The exhale will still be sweet, and it lingers in the mouth for a while.

This cannabis is best to be taken at nighttime to help you prep for sleep. The effect is very calming that affects both the body and the mind. It induces meditative thoughts in between while the body buzz works its way to ease your muscles.

What are the Medical Benefits of Recon Glitch?

This is an excellent appetite inducer that helps patients suffering from anorexia. Many patients can also rely on this cannabis to treat nausea, fatigue, and chronic pain. More so, psychological issues like depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder does not stand a chance with patients using this weed.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Recon Glitch.

The most common side effect of this particular marijuana is the dry mouth and eyes. However, when overused, it can result in more concerning effects such as anxiety and dizziness and can even induce paranoid thinking.

How to Grow Recon Glitch?

Recon Glitch is one of the easiest hybrid strains to grow. It can adapt well to training and breeding techniques and thrives, either indoor or outdoor. If there is one thing you should avoid committing when breeding, this weed is overfeeding, as it can lead to nutrient burn.

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