Space Ripper Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15-25%
Yield
Medium to Large
Type
Sativa
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Climate
Warm, slightly arid environment
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Spicy, citrus, woody

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Space Ripper Marijuana Seeds Information

The Sativa-dominant hybrid Space Ripper is a relatively rare strain that is marked by its aroma that is earthy, sour, spicy, and citrusy. The pungent overtones would intensify the more you take it. 

As combined by the Pure Michigan Genetics, its parental strains are the Space Crush and Jack the Ripper hence the name. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Space Ripper?

The Space Ripper produces buds that are really spicy and sour like citrus. Every exhale is woody and mellow. 

The headrush is quick to take effect as if it rips through your brain. The strain gives a strong body high while the bright cerebral high fills you with energy and motivation. Even with the uplifted feelings, your body remains relaxed without any sedation. 

What are the medical benefits of Space Ripper?

Attributable to its high THC levels, the Space Ripper may be recommended to treat those who have migraines, chronic fatigue, and depression. 

The strain may also be a relief for symptoms of chronic stress and headaches. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Space Ripper?

The breed may lead to cough locks in case of overconsumption by its users. You would also expect to have dry eyes, dry mouth, and cottonmouth after consuming Space Ripper. 

How to Grow Space Ripper? 

The crop itself can be cultivated indoors or outdoors. It is recommended to plant them indoors to maximize the yield. Its growing requirements include sunlight, pH-balanced water, slightly warm temperature, and moderately arid soil. 

You would be able to observe that the buds of the plant are like fluffy popcorn that is green with thin orange hairs. The amber crystal trichomes seem to be covered in dusty frost. 

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