High Level

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa Dominant
  • Flowering Period:
    56 – 63 days
  • Climate:
    Warm
  • Yield:
    1.96 oz. per square feet
  • Flavors:
    Sweet, fruity and pine
  • THC Content:
    15% - 20%
  • Height:
    48 inches
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

A potent South African Sativa, Lesotho, was crossed with a stable strain, Skunk Haze. With that, a hybrid called High Level developed. The plant can grow into a large one and can reach 150 cm with many branches. It has a strong Sativa effect combined with a sweet smell.

High Level’s high regards as a profoundly cerebral one with psychedelic factors that novice users should take note. However, by growing means, it is an excellent choice for newbie growers for its high resistance in some aspects.

What are the Flavor and Effects of High Level?

The recorded flavors are sweet, fruity, and pine. It may not be one of the most psychoactive, but its high is enough to stimulate creativeness, engagement, and even boost energy. High Level can also enhance your mood and everyday decisions.

What are the Medical Benefits of High Level?

Due to its cerebral effect, High Level can treat depression and anxiety. It is also used as medicinal marijuana to uplift one’s mood. Thus, considering it a treatment for people who suffer from mood swings.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from High Level

The most typical adverse effect is dry mouth and dizziness. However, beginners may experience slight but frequent headaches due to the inability to tolerate the high.

How to Grow High Level

High Level is an excellent choice for an outdoor grow because it can resist mold and all sorts of pests. However, it needs abundant feeding, especially during the flowering period. The soil should be on its best quality, so growers need to acquire information about its different kinds first.

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