Rectangle Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 10 weeks
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Earthy, Pine, Musky, Spicy, and Sour

Where To Buy Rectangle Marijuana Seeds

Rectangle Marijuana Seeds Information

The Rectangle is hard to find strain, especially in the U.S., but once you get hold of her, it is all worth it. The fan leaves of this marijuana show yellow-green hues from its blade while her buds are dark green with glossy appearance due to her trichomes and resins, and the amber hairs spattered everywhere. This weed is from Rare Dankness, where they used an Afghani #1 IBL with an undisclosed OG.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Rectangle?

The warm earthy flavor of this cannabis is mixed with beautiful undertones such as musk, pine, and exotic spices. As you exhale its smoke, a sour mouthwatering aftertaste will occupy your mouth for a long time.

The powerful indica effect of this hybrid strain is not suitable for beginners. This weed will knock any users, even the most experienced ones. The strong body buzz melts away all the tension and pain in the body while anchoring down your eyelids as it sends you to sleep land.

What are the Medical Benefits of Rectangle?

This weed can be beneficial to patients who are coping with Crohn’s diseases, joint pain, migraine, and arthritis. It is also effective in combating symptoms of insomnia, depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, and anxiety.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Rectangle.

Expect to get cottonmouth when smoking this hybrid strain, and some may experience a temporary headache before the start of the high. Having episodes of paranoia and anxiety is often associated with the consumption of this particular marijuana.

How to Grow Rectangle?

Growing the Rectangle is easy peasy, it doesn’t require a lot of attention, and her forgiving nature lets her tolerate novice mistakes. It can thrive in an indoor or outdoor setup and can be easily trained.

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