• Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    77 days
  • Climate:
    warm climate
  • Yield:
    500 -600g/m2
  • Flavors:
    sour, pungent, earthy, pine, 
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Strain Information

HeadStone is another 3-way crossing by Big Head Seeds. It is the result of combining Amnesia x White Widow and Big Head #1, which resulted in a balanced indica and sativa plant, with abundant trichome production, fat buds, and spade-shaped leaves. It can be grown indoors or outdoors. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of HeadStone?

The strain’s snowy buds will absolutely take your breath away with its aroma and taste. It is sour and pungent with an earthy pine undertone. Living up to its name, it delivers a classic stone effect, which is often described as being 6 feet deep in the ground. The euphoric buzz will leave you feeling happy and will launch you to heaven. You will feel carefree and ready to leave earth. The strain numbs the mind. It will literally stone your head, melting down the body to take care of the physical pains.

What are the Medical Benefits of HeadStone?

The strain is perfect for people with insomnia since it can induce a couch lock. Users will find it easier to sleep. The intense effects can be recommended to people battling depression, anxiety, chronic stress, and chronic fatigue. It can stone the negative racing thoughts in mind, and replace it with overwhelming happiness. It is also perfect for people with a loss of appetite since it can induce munchies. It also offers soothing effects for muscle pain, spasms, back pain, and arthritis.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from HeadStone

While it can totally send you to heaven, Headstone can also send you to hell with its power to induce cotton mouth, dry eyes, and parched throat. Some users have also reported experiencing lethargy, anxiety, sleeplessness, and headaches. If you don’t want to experience the fires of hell, do some good deeds like controlling your intake and drinking lots of water.

How to grow HeadStone? Some information and Tips

The strain’s dense structure is suitable both for Sea of Green (SOG) and Screen of Green (SCROG) growing. The smell is extremely potent; anti-odor carbon filters will be required. Air ventilation can be ensured by Low Stress Training (LST). 

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