Peak 19

Peak 19

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  • Flowering Period:
    65 days
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  • Yield:
    350 to 375 grams per square meter
  • Flavors:
    rich, earthy, floral
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Strain Information

The Sagarmatha Seeds master breeder are the very intelligent individuals who performed the crossbreeding procedure that gave life to this new weed strain. Such a procedure involved the use of DNAs from two varieties as parents which were the Stonehedge and Matanuska Tundra F1 strains. Their offspring was given name with the original western name of Mt. Everest

What are the Flavor and Effects of Peak 19?

As high as the height of Mt. Everest is the great effects of this weed strain. It takes smokers on a soaring high flight above, perfect for the adventurous and trippy type of persons. This weed contains a palatial tastefulness that shall delight any cannabis smoker who will smoke a joint of this. Also, Peak 19 is best consumed in the evening or during bedtime. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Peak 19?

The wonders of this bud does not stop with the recreational high that it offers but it also has some magical, effective medicinal functions which are often useful for the common illnesses of smokers and patients. It includes the treatment of sleeplessness or insomnia, as well as the lack of appetite or anorexia, and also fatigue, anxiety, inflammation, stress, and depression.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Peak 19

The bad side of this bud is that it is too strong and too intimidating for beginners who are prone to acquiring illnesses like nausea or dizziness if not used properly.

How to Grow Peak 19? 

With its indica-generous genetics, this cannabis strain may be able to adapt well to any kind of environment. Pests and molds does not really affect it much and the yield is still good especially when large leaves are topped or trimmed.

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