Warrior

Warrior Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
Average
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
45 - 55 days
Climate
Indoors, outdoors
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Short - medium
Flavors
Mango, skunk

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Warrior Marijuana Seeds Information

Its name is directed to its tough structure even though on the times that it carries massive calyxes. It has strong effects that attack its consumers like a true warrior. It is a better version of its parents, Mango and California Indica, which were chosen by Da Bean Co. Genetics. It’s a tropical, fruity Indica that your taste buds won’t refuse. You can get it from fat buds that splendidly glisten with amber trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Warrior?

Get the luscious taste of mango and skunk from this weed. It has a strong effect that can last long. It gives you euphoric experience at first; then, it will fall to the physical aspect. Your muscles will be happy with its soothing ability until you feel all comfortable with sedation.

What are the medical benefits of Warrior?

It is a strain with several medical applications. It can minimize inflammation and chronic pain, so it’s suitable for people who go through chemotherapy. It appeases the symptoms of mental disorders such as anxiety, depression, and stress. It also overcomes appetite loss and nausea, and it stimulates appetite instead. It has the potential to be used for treating AIDS and Crohn’s disease.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Warrior

Cottonmouth and irritated eyes are common side effects. If you overdose, there will be other things like dizziness, headache, slight anxiety, and paranoia.

How to Grow Warrior?

It flourishes indoors and outdoors. Although it grows huge buds, you don’t need to add a stake or other support system as it can handle itself. It has a strength that makes it able to carry the weight. It grows well with trimming in two different ways and with the Sea of Green technique.

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