Good Dog

Good Dog

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Indica
THC Content
High
Flavors
Fruity and Floral
Flowering Period
7 to 8 weeks
Climate
Cold and slightly humid environment
Yield
300 to 400 g
Height
Medium to Tall
Growing Difficulty
Easy
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Strain Information

This marijuana was bred by the world acclaimed breeder Jim Ortega or also known as Dogless. The Good Dog is a cross between the Queso Negro and Pakistani and produced by Dr. Greenthumb. This cannabis has a stocky structure, light green, and white, orange hairs and with an evident frosting. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Good Dog?

The Good Dog has very simple flavors of fruity and fresh florals, but don’t let its simplicity fool you. The taste will make you crave more and puff more. Now be careful not toke this weed too much as it is highly potent. The high starts in an ecstatic euphoria that is felt between the eyes, then it goes down to the neck and shoulder, releasing tension and giving users a significant amount of energy. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Good Dog?

Over the years, marijuana has been helping a lot of patients deal with their ailments, and this particular is no exception. It is mostly used by patients coping with pain or inflammation, especially those with spinal injury or muscle spasms. This cannabis can also help individuals who are suffering from a lack of motivation it focus on and those with chronic stress or fatigue. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Good Dog.

Many patients who tried using this weed for the first time we’re thrown off by its downside of causing anxiety and increased heart rate, but even regular users can experience these side effects when it’s taken in higher dosage. Also, this cannabis can cause dryness of mouth and beady eyes but said cases are mild and can be efficiently dealt with drinking water and using eye drops. 

How to Grow Good Dog? 

The robust characters of this hybrid strain will be loved by many, especially by beginners, it can thrive in both cold and humid environment and can grow indoors or outdoors. The use of the SOG technique is highly advisable.