Rocky Dennis

Rocky Dennis Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Moderate to High
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Warm and Humid Outdoor Climate
Growing Difficulty
Pungent, Diesel and Earth

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Rocky Dennis Marijuana Seeds Information

The Rocky Dennis cannabis strain was created by crossing the Flo strain with the Sour Dubble strain. It is well known for its cerebral haze effects that will leave you laughing and giggling for hours. The buds of this strain are small and olive green in color. They are wrapped in dark amber hairs and chunky amber trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Rocky Dennis?

The Rocky Dennis marijuana strain offers a very sweet flavor profile that is balanced out with a sharp and strong chemical exhale. The smoke is harsh and will leave you coughing. The aroma, on the other hand, is predominantly sour with hints of diesel and earth.

This strain will hit you with a cerebral haze that will leave you unfocused yet happy. Laughing and uncontrollable bouts of giggling will start almost immediately after the first toke. As the high progress, you will find yourself moving farther into a giddy vague euphoria. On the comedown, you will a tingly body buzz wash over you and soon you will feel sleepy and couch-locked.

What are the Medicinal Benefits of Rocky Dennis?

The Rocky Dennis is a good choice for treating patients suffering from stress, fatigue, anxiety, and depression. Its euphoric high will wash away any negativity and replace them with dreamy happiness.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Rocky Dennis?

One of the common side effects of smoking Rocky Dennis strain is the dry and itchy mouth. This is often accompanied by dry eyes and mild dizziness when consuming the strain in high doses.

How to Grow Rocky Dennis?

The Rocky Dennis plant is not a diva to grow. It can thrive well, whether it is planted indoors and outdoors. It will be able to deliver satisfying yield in as early as 9 to 10 weeks as long as it is provided with the needed ventilation, sunlight, humidity and temperature it needs

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