Uncle Ebenezer Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
Above average amount of yield
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
Up to 77 days
Climate
Warm and dry outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Averag
Flavors
Lemon, pine, sweet

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Uncle Ebenezer Marijuana Seeds Information

Uncle Ebenezer is an Indica heavy strain made by Happy Little Treez and is a cross between Sour Diesel and Starkiller. This skunky smelling weed delivers an average high even with its high levels of THC. Made from award-winning parent strains, this little Indica will surely delight users with its exhilarating effects. This weed is ideally consumed during the evening.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Uncle Ebenezer?

Uncle Ebenezer has a very straightforward lemony citrus pine flavor with a pungent skunky aroma. Unlike other strains, the onset of this weed is quite mellow. It starts with an uplifted spirit full of happiness but slowly intensifies into a numbing body high. This guarantees that both recreational and medical users are satisfied with the effects of this strain.

What are the medical benefits of Uncle Ebenezer?

This Indica strain works well for those who have worked all day long and would want quiet time at home. The relaxing vibe you get from smoking this weed is incomparable. The stress-relieving factor as well as the analgesic properties provide a perfect one-two effect for the user.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Uncle Ebenezer

The high potency of Uncle Ebenezer is one of the main reasons why users especially beginners should be cautious about this strain. It is already a common reaction for pot smokers to have dry mouth and eyes.

How to Grow Uncle Ebenezer? Some information and Tips

Uncle Ebenezer is easy to cultivate and is known to grow quite quickly under an outdoor environment filled with warm sunlight. Low-stress training can be done with this strain as it is not sensitive enough to such techniques.

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