Gonzo #1

Gonzo #1

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Indica Dominant
THC Content
High
Flavors
Sweet and Skunk
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Climate
Warm and slightly dry environment  
Yield
High
Height
Medium
Growing Difficulty
Easy
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Strain Information

Gonzo #1 was created by Reservoir Seeds to honor the memory of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, a world-renowned marijuana breeder. These are limited edition seeds, which came from Afghani, Thai, and Colombian heritage. The breeders crossed the Heirloom Skunk #1 or M39 with William’s Wonder. This great weed was recognized last in the Indica division of the 2005 High Times Cannabis Cup.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Gonzo #1?

Nothing beats the old school flavors of skunk and fruits that this weed possess. You can also get to taste the sweet Sativa characteristics from smoking this pot, making the overall taste of this cannabis a delightful treat! The effect of this excellent hybrid strain is an intense Indica high. It starts with a heavy body buzz that flushes all your worries away and drifts to a full-body stone numbing every pain and stress you may have experienced during the day. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Gonzo #1?

This weed is a great muscle relaxant and ideal for people who are suffering from acute pain and inflammation. Patients who are suffering from nausea, dizziness, and also lack of appetite find the fantastic medicinal qualities of this marijuana helpful. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Gonzo #1

The use of Gonzo #1 is usually associated with some downside effects like lethargy, dryness of the eyes and mouth, increased heart rate, and occasional anxiety. The side effects may vary from each user depending on the regularity of use and the dosage taken.

How to Grow Gonzo #1? 

Experienced and novice growers will be delighted with how easy one can breed this strain. It will thrive in both indoor outdoors growing. For indoor cultivation, however, one must use a 600 watts HPS which then switched to 12/12 photoperiod.