Sportspersons who go regular training in camps are the main client of the El Perro strain. The strain sold in major dispensaries in Canada and the United States as the offspring of the White Triangle OG and the Gupta Kush. It inherited its high potency levels from its parent strains, making it one of the most powerful among its family. Also, it is known as a staple for those who endure long working hours.
The diesel & herbal fragrance of the strain mixes with the sweet honey citrus taste to give a soothing effect on the body. It begins with relaxation from the head down the body and to the legs. Also, it leaves a euphoric and creative state after consummation.
The 2% CBD content of the weed can work with heat cramps. These are painful muscle spasms caused by electrolyte imbalances in the body. Thus, the strain can help people who are performing hard physical labor and sweat profusely.
The strain can give adverse effects from extreme weakness or fatigue, giddiness, nausea, chills, and headache to vomiting or fainting. The pupils of the eye will be normal after consuming it.
Cannabis cultivators prefer to plant the strain in the middle week of October. It requires easy handling from the water requirements, lighting, soil, as well as the pruning methods. Growers advise watering the strain at least twice a day on a normal day under the sun with regular moist soil conditions.