High Priestess

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa Dominant
  • Flowering Period:
    91 days
  • Climate:
    Warm
  • Yield:
    Moderate
  • Flavors:
    Honey Suckle, frankincense, cinnamon, sage, flowers, spicy, grass, and dried herbs
  • THC Content:
    14% - 20%
  • Height:
    Medium
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Difficult

Strain Information

A variety of old to new strains mixed up to achieve the hybridity of High Priestess. According to its breeder, once you worship the High Priestess, it will bring you to a different journey. The journey they were referring to was the era of its parents since some of the lineages were old school, and some were modern.

High Priestess has broad-ranging effects, whether in terms of recreational or medical use. Users applauded this hybrid due to its intoxicating yet tolerable high. Growers should watch out, though, since this one does not have a feminized seed, and other asexual reproduction is needed.

What are the Flavor and Effects of High Priestess?

Like its parent’s variation, its flavors are also assorted, which are Honey Suckle, frankincense, cinnamon, sage, flowers, spicy, grass, and dried herbs. High Priestess will uplift your mood, make you happy, and dream boosts your energy for socialization means and will calm your nerves, which can also serve as pain – reliever.

What are the Medical Benefits of High Priestess?

High Priestess is the right strain for people who suffers from mood swings, depression, mild to moderate stress, mild paranoia, anxiety, and body pain.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from High Priestess

Cottonmouth is the most reported adverse effects. However, it may soon end up in mild insomnia.

How to Grow High Priestess

Due to its nonexistent feminized seeds, High Priestess is quite difficult to grow. Micropropagation, which is an asexual reproductive technique for hybrid plants that were genetically modified or came from many kinds of plants, should be followed. Frequent watering and feeding is also a requirement. 

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