Tyson

Tyson

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
17.5%
Yield
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
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Strain Information

The origin of this strain can be traced to chile. However, it was further developed in Holland and it has different variations of phenotypes, which are mostly heavily branched while having a conical. Its buds have a hue of yellow, green, and hairs of red underneath. By Dutch Passion Farms.

This hybrid is a Sativa dominant strain whose lineage is seen in its sweet citrus aroma with a subtle diesel after-taste. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Tyson?

This strain will leave you with a lasting flavor of citrus, pine, and fruity. This Hybrid strain will present you with a euphoric and relaxing effect. This powerful strain will leave you hyper while energizing and uplifting you for greater productivity. 

An increased dose of this marijuana will leave you with sedative effects which might last for several hours.

What are the Medical Benefits of Tyson?

Patients with low sperm count, low sex drive, and erectile dysfunction will appreciate the medicinal value of this strain.

This strain is very effective in the treatment of chronic stress, vomiting, nausea, loss of memory, loss of appetite, inflammation, insomnia, and arthritis. People suffering from depression and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder will find this Hybrid strain very useful. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Tyson

This strain can cause the following on you; headaches, dry mouth, dry-itchy eyes, and restlessness. It has a high level of THC content, and as such, it can cause mild to severe paralysis, paranoia, high fever, high blood pressure, and dizziness. 

How to Grow Tyson? 

It does well if the indoor method of cultivation is used for growing this cannabis. Starting from the first to the fourth week of growing this strain, watering should be done at least twice a day to make sure that the soil is not too hard to dry. To get the improved growth and yield of this strain, good lighting, normal humidity, and fertile soil are necessary. Fertilizer may be applied to improve the maximum growth and yield. Weekly curing of the flowers helps its leaves produce a large yield. Harvesting usually starts from the 7 to 8 weeks period after growing this strain.