Voodoo Rodeo

Voodoo Rodeo Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
High
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
63 days
Climate
Indoor, outdoor
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Short - medium
Flavors
Sour, fruity

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Voodoo Rodeo Marijuana Seeds Information

It’s a product of a three-way cross between the first generation of Sorcerer, Grape Stomper, and Sapphires F2 Harlo. Sorcerer has a unique taste of lemon combined with burned rubber. Grape Stomper is one luscious grapey strain that impresses growers with its massive yield. Sapphires F2 Harlo is a top-shelf weed that is great at providing medical assistance. Voodoo Rodeo has got wonderful traits from its parents.

Third Eye is the maker of this hybrid strain. It bears a great amount of THC, so expect the great kind of potency that it offers.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Voodoo Rodeo?

You will come to like the flavor of this weed, which is composed of sourness and fruits. You will get the effects from both Indica and Sativa as the onset is on the cerebral side. You will be in a euphoria that uplifts your being and energizes you at the same time. You can be in a relaxed state without being couchlock.

What are the medical benefits of Voodoo Rodeo?

It gives temporary relief for people who are in pain and those who struggle with mental illnesses like PTSD, stress, depression, and anxiety. It can handle gastrointestinal problems like nausea and eating disorders like cachexia and anorexia.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Voodoo Rodeo

Expect to get dry mouth and red, itchy eyes from smoking marijuana as this plant causes dehydration. Only consume the dosage that you can handle so you won’t have a headache nor feel dizziness.

How to Grow Voodoo Rodeo?

You can plant it outdoors and indoors. It grows into a bushy plant, so it needs trimming so all of the parts, even the lower ones can get enough light and air. Feed and water it with the appropriate amount.

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