8 Millas High

8 Millas High

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa
THC Content
Average
Flavors
Sweet, spicy, strawberries, melons
Flowering Period
55 days
Climate
Cool
Yield
Average
Height
Medium
Growing Difficulty
Easy
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Strain Information

This is one of the excellent strains made by Cartel Seeds from 8 Mile genetics. It is not only resistant to cold weather but with the changes in temperature too. It also has high resistance to other harmful factors like pests, diseases, and molds. So it won’t give cultivators much hardship. It has effects that will facilitate a creative person’s pursuit of passion.

What are the Flavor and Effects of 8 Millas High?

 It has sweet and spicy flavor with a little bit of melon and strawberry taste. The high it releases can enhance further the creativity of artists. The strong cerebral buzz sparks off the activation of the mind. Consumers will also feel uplifted with the rush of energy so they become clear-headed and functional. It helps them to continue their tasks until they’re all done.

 What are the Medical Benefits of 8 Millas High?

 It can alleviate the symptoms of depression, stress and anxiety as patients will absorb the good mood imparted by this weed. This will also give focus to a person who has attention deficit disorder. 

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from 8 Millas High

 It can give cottonmouth and itchy eyes to its users. But these are minor side effects that can easily be prevented by drinking a lot of water or fluids. Novice smokers should stay in low dosage to not summon pronounced negative effects. 

 How to grow 8 Millas High

 It is an easy strain to grow because it’s highly resistant to any harmful factors. It doesn’t require much maintenance. So beginners can try growing this plant as well as impatient growers. It’s essential to pick the right fertilizer for its growth but make sure that you don’t miss providing nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus.