Mixing a female Hog from TH Seeds and a male Chem Breath gave rise to Piglet. Developed by Lost River Seeds, it is a THC dominant and a mostly indica variety. It produces plump buds, spring green leaves that curl inward in the direction of the stem, and an extreme amount of resins. It emits a strong earthy aroma, and it can be grown indoors and outdoors.
The weed presents a sour, earthy, piney, and woody flavor. This will be a great treat for smokers who are not fans of pleasant flowery smells. The euphoria from the strain will deliberately creep up on you. It does not manifest right away, so you have to be wary of your intakes. Around fifteen minutes, a heavy sensation around the eyes or temples can be felt. This heaviness will melt into a strong body high, which is perfect for any recreational activities. It helps in calming your usual, edgy self.
Physically, the anti-inflammatory properties of Piglet can get rid of body inflammation, muscle tremors, nausea, headaches, and fibromyalgia. Whether the pain is mild or chronic, Piglet can take care of it. It helps the patients of anxiety and depression deal with their symptoms with ease. The sleepiness it can induce will help insomniacs. Depending on the dosages, it can cause one to fall asleep, or to succumb to couch lock. The strain is also helpful in provoking the appetite.
The most usual downsides of Piglet are also the lightest ones. These include cottonmouth, irritated eyes, and thirst, which make the throat feel dry. The heavier ones include paranoia, nervousness, dizziness, and migraine. It can take down even the most experienced takers, so you have to be cautious of your intake.
The strain is easily cultivated through the Sea of Green (SOG) method. The growing environment should include an odor control system because its aroma is indeed potent. Low Stress Training (LST) is highly suggested for greater yields.