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Underdawg(Aka: Underdog) Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
17% to 24%
3.25 oz. per square feet
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
49 to 56 days
Growing Difficulty
55 inches
earthy, lemon and tea

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Underdawg(Aka: Underdog) Marijuana Seeds Information

Underdawg or Underdog is a hybrid created by the breeders of Loompa Forms. It came from the famous Sour Diesel and the OG Kush. Its overall appearance is like any other cannabis except the nugs are more bulbous and is often a rare sight.

Along with the tender body, high is a pleasant mental high that will not overwhelm you. Furthermore, it won’t induce anxiety attacks, which makes it an excellent deal for newbie users. Also, expect a long-lasting high that will sedate you to a peaceful sleep.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Underdawg (Aka: Underdog)?

Tea lovers will love its scent and taste with its tea-like flavor and earthy and lemon zest. The slight mental high will moderately uplift your mood that will stretch the corners of your mouth into a smile. However, it will soon die down as the body high takes place. You will enter a very relaxing zone that will last for a long time. Some users, especially beginners, can lead to sedation.

What are the medical benefits of Underdawg (Aka: Underdog)?

Though it’s not that highly therapeutic, it can still serve as a benefit for individuals with mild depression, stress, fatigue, insomnia, and persistent body aches like frequent headaches.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Underdawg (Aka: Underdog)

Folks with anxiety attacks won’t have to worry about the reactions they will get from Underdawg. Still, users who are prone to panic should not take it.

How to Grow Underdawg (Aka: Underdog)?

Growers who fancy the smell of tea might like the scent Underdawg will release, but for those who didn’t will have to diminish the stench by providing an exhaust fan. Also, the massive production of the cannabis plant makes it overly-eligible for outdoor cultivation. Pruning is also necessary for the plant to grow in a well-groomed manner.

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