Believe It Or Not

Believe It Or Not

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
Moderate
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Strain Information

This autoflowering variety is a lovechild of Mephisto Ripley’s OG and Sterquiliniis Kong. Classified as a ruderalis, it flowers around 63 days. It brings the best of both indica and sativa worlds with expedited flower production. As with other ruderalis, there is no need to subject it to a photoperiod to initiate the bloom cycle. 

Believe it or Not is best grown indoors, but can also survive outside or within the confines of a greenhouse. Due to its genetics, it grows to an average size. Hence, it is recommended for growers with limited growing space.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Believe it or Not??

While results may differ from user to user tolerance or the amount of intake, but Believe it, or Not’s taste will always be the same. It is an interesting mix of Ripley’s OG and Kong: floral and sweet, but the daintiness is ended with a pang of diesel funk. The high is unbelievably mild that it can be featured on the Ripley’s Believe it or Not show. It can differ, though, depending on the plant. Sometimes, the buzz may target the head, sometimes the body.

What are the Medical Benefits of Believe it or Not??

Typical ruderalis strains are high in CBD and low in THC. Believe it or Not is no different. This makes it a good strain for medicinal value. It does not have an effect on its own since it is purely dependent on the indica or sativa genes from its parent plants. However, if indica genes dominated, it would be good for depression, anxiety, stress, and pain relief.

Negative Effects you can Expect from Believe it or Not?

The most common negative effects you can experience would be dizziness, paranoia, a dry mouth, and dry eyes. 

How to Grow Believe it or Not? Some information and Tips

Believe it or Not don’t have much lighting needs, but it will be hard to protect it outdoors. Molds and mildew are fairly common, so better drive them away with a high powered fan. It might also grow shorter than its parent strains with minimal branching, hard and juicy nugs.