Gonzo #2 BX1

Gonzo #2 BX1

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Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
Earthy, Pine, Diesel, Sour, Spicy, Fruity, and Chemical
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Warm and slightly arid environment
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with the Gonzo #2 BX1. This fir shaped weed displays lush evergreen fan leaves with beautiful deep purple hues on its underside part that can even turn to black. This strain’s origins are from Afghanistan, Mexico, and Colombia. This is another product of Big dogs Seeds; they pollinated their own Gonzo #2 with a male Blue Gonzo or Gonzo #3; this led to overflowing resins that sure to give you the sticky fingers! 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Gonzo #2 BX1?

The flavors of this strain range from earthy, spicy, fruity that is almost tropical, sour, woody, or pine-like and diesel. It is truly amazing how these flavors work together, but they do, and such will leave a lasting impression on your tastebuds. When smoking this pot, users will immediately feel a rushing cerebral euphoria. This hybrid strain will provide you with an enormous amount of creativity to finish that postponed project or inspiration to finish the song you wrote. When all these creative juices are flushed out, the indica characteristic will come with a vengeance, leaving you with heavy eyelids if you’re still awake. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Gonzo #2 BX1?

Gonzo #2 BX1 is an effective weed to treat pain, injury, arthritis, muscle spasm, and lupus. It can also increase someone’s appetite, which is ideal for people dealing with anorexia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Gonzo #2 BX1

The regular users of this hybrid strain can experience slight dryness of the mouth from smoking it. This cannabis can also induce anxiety; it is highly recommended that casual smokers should take it slow.

How to Grow Gonzo #2 BX1? 

There are many ways that you can cultivate this weed, for it will thrive indoors, outdoors, and even in a greenhouse. For indoor breeding, a 12/12 photoperiod is highly recommended for a guaranteed production.