Waldo

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Indica
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Cool climate; Tropical climate
  • Yield:
    Up to 16 pounds
  • Flavors:
    Fruity, hash, and spicy
  • THC Content:
    20 %
  • Height:
    Medium to tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

Created in the Netherlands by Apothecary Genetics, Waldo got its name from a medical marijuana patient activist and friend of the Apothecary breeders. It is a cross between Pez and Purple Cherry strain. Its aroma is a pungent musty, sour fruit with a spicy aftertaste upon the exhale. Dark green buds from this plant are large and dense. It is covered in orange hairs and dusted with crystal-like trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Waldo?

Waldo is a flavorful mix of hash, musty, fruity, sour, and spicy.

It’s potent cerebral brings energy and euphoria. You will be giggly and sociable. The body high comes next and puts you in complete body relaxation. It is ideally used in the daytime and evening.

What are the Medical Benefits of Waldo?

Waldo is beneficial to those who suffer from anxiety, pain, migraines, nausea, depression, fear of socializing, glaucoma, and arthritis. It possesses analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, stimulant, and relaxant properties.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Waldo.

Just like any other marijuana strain, Waldo presents with side effects such as dry itchy eyes and dry mouth. To remedy this, hydration is the key. Drink lots of fluids and use an eye moisturizer drop to soothe those irritated eyes.

Dizziness along with anxiety, may happen in rare cases of overconsumption. This is temporary and goes away after some time.

How to Grow Waldo?

Waldo thrives both indoors and outdoors. It lies a cool climate and the tropics. Appearance-wise, it grows tall, wide and branchy. A little trimming and pruning here and there would improve light and air circulation within a batch. Plant it in a spacious area where it can thrive freely. Remove rotten parts. Choose high-quality organic soil for planting. Check the pH of the plant. Feed it with the proper nutrients. Watch out for mold and mildew as well as pests that can damage it. Do not expose it to extreme temperatures.

 

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