Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen

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Strain Profile
Indoor-Medium or 12 to 14 ounces per square meter / Outdoor-Medium or 14 ounces per plant
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Strain Information

Bred by Subcool’s The Dank, this Sativa dominant plant has three different phenotypes, so the appearance can vary. It is a cross between Romulan, Cheese, and Cinderella 99 strains. It has a fruity cheesecake taste. Its aroma is a potent cherry and cheese smell. This plant is bushy and has large resinous lime green buds. Thriving on both indoor and outdoor environments, it flowers after 7 to 8 weeks. It is resistant to common molds and diseases.

Dairy Queen is best consumed at day or night. It leaves a relaxing feeling that would not sedate you. This strain induces a strong cerebral high that increases creativity, uplifts your mood, heightens the senses, and makes you talkative and sociable. Thus, it alleviates pain and helps in dealing with stress, depression, fatigue, and insomnia. Be careful not to overuse, though, as it may cause dizziness and apprehension.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Dairy Queen?

Dairy Queen has creamy vanilla and sweet cherry flavor that would remind you of cheesecake from the ice cream store itself. A hint of chemical and pine comes with it.

A powerful cerebral high is expected from Dairy Queen. Sativa dominant, your mood will be uplifted at the onset of this strain. Euphoria and happiness come along with it. Its high is relaxing but will not lead you into a couch-lock. Dairy Queen is best consumed during either daytime or nighttime.

What are the Medical Benefits of Dairy Queen?

Dairy Queen’s relaxing Indica effect can help to reduce pain, decrease fatigue, and improve insomnia. Stress and depression can also be managed by its uplifting effects.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Dairy Queen

You can expect common side effects of marijuana, such as the dry mouth and dry itchy eyes because of slight dehydration. Headache accompanied by a feeling of dizziness may occur. Anxiety levels can also arise as an effect of it.

How to Grow Dairy Queen?

Easily grown, this plant is good for both beginners and experienced growers. It can thrive both indoors and outdoors. Dairy Queen is resistant to common molds and diseases.

Indoors, you can use either soil or hydroponics with the Screen of Green method. For new growers, it is best to use the soil of supreme quality. Experienced growers can go for the hydroponic method instead. Harvest comes after 8 to 9 weeks with a yield of 12 to 14 oz/square meter per 1000 Watt HPS light.

Outdoors, the harvest is expected by the middle of October with the produce of 16 ounces or more per plant. A cool climate is needed, and seedlings should get as much sunlight as possible. It is also advised to avoid frost with this strain.