Dagwood

Dagwood

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Unknown
Yield
More than average
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Strain Information

Dagwood

A lineage cross between Whitaker Blue cannabis and Shoreline Skunk plant, it is developed by Darren Doherty and Jeff Jamnik. Its buds are dense, with coats of trichomes and purplish luster. Sweet and herbal to taste, its flower has a pine and cinnamon smell.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Dagwood?

Dagwood tastes sweet and fruity (berries and apple) with a pungent and skunky flavor. Its moderate cerebral and physical high induces relaxation, happiness, euphoria, an uplifted mood, and sleepiness. It is an even hybrid good for daytime and evening usage.

What are the Medical Benefits of Dagwood?

People who are experiencing stress, depression, pain, insomnia, and a lack of appetite can benefit from Dagwood. It is an effective anti-depressant, analgesic, stimulant, and muscle relaxant.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Dagwood.

The THC level in marijuana induces moisture inhibition, so cottonmouth and dry eyes may likely happen. To diminish the effects, you need to increase your water intake and buy an eye moisturizer drop to soothe those irritated, red eyes.

Additionally, you may experience dizziness that will make you anxious. This is normal for inexperienced tokers. Just remember to slow down on your smoke.

How to Grow Dagwood?

Its two breeders of the Red River Cannabis Coalition grow the strain indoors. The facility is a 13,500 sq/ft of land and is climate-controlled.

They use the method of Hydroponic farming, a form of gardening that is soilless, to grow the strain. Instead of soil, the plants grow in a solution of nutrients combined with water. Plants grow faster, and yields are bigger using this system. It takes up less space and conserves water at the same time.