Viper Marijuana Seeds Information
With 95% sativa genes and 5% indica genes, Viper came into existence by blending the incredible Burmese and Mexican Blackseed. It’s a delectable mix of two races bred by Reeferman Seeds. Its fluffy buds smell of pungent cheese, spiciness, and sweetness of citrus. It is usually taken by users seeking creative inspiration and highly recommended for experienced growers.
What are the Flavors and Effects of Viper?
Viper is a complex mix of sweetness and spiciness of lemon, mint, cheese, and coffee blend. Viper’s oozing sativa dominance increases focus and creativity. Like a snake, its effects are fast. It clears the mind of negative thoughts so they can be replaced by an overflowing supply of creative juices. Best for morning use, it can energize you from head to toe. It increases productivity and can induce giggles by making the user talkative and engaging.
What are the medical benefits of Viper?
Viper has numerous medicinal uses that have added to its prominence and is perhaps one of the best strains accessible today for the treatment of anxiety and depression. The strain’s elevated feelings of bliss are a perfect match for those who are suffering from PTSD and bipolar disorder. It can also help with chronic stress, chronic fatigue, migraines, back pain and joint pains.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Viper
Viper can induce negative effects especially for those who are not used to a very potent sativa hybrid. Topping the downside list are dry mouth, dry and irritated eyes, and dizziness. You may also experience feelings of anxiety and paranoia complete with hallucinations.
How to grow Viper? Some information and Tips
There is very limited growing information on Viper so far, but according to brave growers who have tried, seeds are a bit hard to find to ensure to obtain clippings so you may grow clones. Viper responds well to training. Employing the Screen of Green (SCROG) technique can increase the yield potential. This type of training fits Viper’s branchy structure and will allow air and light to be equally distributed around the plants.