Dutch Queen

Dutch Queen

Ratings
5/5
  • Type
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period
    7 to 8 weeks
  • Climate
    Warm environment, Mediterranean
  • Yield
    100 to 250 g/m2
  • Flavors
    Citrus, tangy, sweet, fruity, wood, pine
  • THC Content
    18%
  • Height
    >2.7 m
  • Growing Difficulty
    Difficult

Strain Information

Dutch Queen is a strain that has a combination of vibrant earthy, berry, and pine balance in your nose and tongue, giving the perfect mix of fresh and tasty twist. 

This hybrid maintains the euphoric influences of its parents but is sweet. Storing it in an air-tight container will make the scent at its best. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Dutch Queen Strains?

A tangy, citrusy taste will be sensed in the first hit. With every toke, a pleasant forest seems to enhance the fruitiness. As the smoke is filled out, the delightful aftertaste of pine lingers in the mouth. It will leave the user active and chill. Additionally, it will leave a comfortable and relaxing feeling.

What are the Medical Benefits of Dutch Queen?

Dutch Queen gives comfort to sick users experiencing a range of mental and bodily uneasiness. It also boosts confidence and self-esteem, making the user love to socialize with others. It will also ease muscle pains, aches and minor body aches.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Dutch Queen

The users will encounter headaches and dizziness. As a consequence of the strain’s potent hallucinogen abruptly pushing the body, it will cause severe nausea and dry lips and eyes.

How to Grow Dutch Queen? Some information and Tips

This strain has a stretched and long structure. They appear to be thin; hence, a support barrier will be needed in growing this strain. To have a high yield, planting it outdoor is recommended. It is best to be planted during hot seasons.

 

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