Insane Chem 91 (Aka: IC91)

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This strain is produced through repeatedly crossing a male phenotype of Chem 91 to a clone-only Chem 91 and then mixed with Pre-Invasion Afghanistan. It was purposely developed to produce potency with better yields. 

Indeed, this strain has shown an indica dominant hybrid that is oozing with amazing characteristics and effects. It gives off a mix of cleaning chemicals, fuel, burnt rubber, skunk, citrus scent with sweet undertones.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Insane Chem 91 (Aka: IC91)?

The flavors also reflect on its scent. You can taste the combination of fruity, citrus, sour, and sweet flavors. With its intense flavor and smoke, it will almost feel like burning your nose as you exhale it. It brings you to a high sensation that adds up everytime you consume this strain. You will definitely feel one ride of an experience.

What are the Medical Effects of Insane Chem 91 (Aka: IC91)?

The medical effects of this strain are useful in many medical conditions. It is used to help patients who are suffering from depression, stress, and insomnia. It also acts as a pain reliever to migraines and chronic pains and helps alleviate inflammation and muscle spasms.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Insane Chem 91 (Aka: IC91)?

The negative effects of this strain are commonly found in any other strains with high THC level. Most of the time, you can expect dryness of the mouth, insatiable hunger, dizziness, headache, paranoia, lower reaction time, and increased heart rate. 

How to Grow the Insane Chem 91 (Aka: IC91)?

To grow this strain, you must be able to meet the necessary requirements to be able to start planting. You need a wide space for the plant with a balanced temperature. You also need to consider improvising lights for indoor cultivation, soil, pots, vitamins, and growing techniques to apply. This strain is suitable to be planted directly in soil, coco, and peat moss.