Wiener Blut

Wiener Blut Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
15 to 20 ounces per square meter
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
Up to 60 days only
Climate
Mild and temperate outdoor climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Short
Flavors
Sweet, spicy, woody

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Wiener Blut Marijuana Seeds Information

The Wiener Blut cannabis is an Indica-dominant hybrid from the Sonic Seed Breeders. It is an autoflowering strain derived from crossing the Northern Lights strain, the Super Skunk strain, and an unknown Ruderalis. The buds are largely green in color but have contrasting undertones of orange and brown.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Wiener Blut?

The strain inherits its parent’s flavor profile of sweet and spicy woodiness. It gives off a very pungent odor that is best described as skunky or ammonia-like. The effects of this strain are short-acting but very potent. It gives out a heavy Indica body buzz that helps soothe out any stress, anxieties, and worries and promote deep sleep among its users.

What are the medicinal benefits of Wiener Blut?

This strain is often used to help with body aches and pains, including muscle cramps, stiffness, back pains, migraines, etc. It is also great for people suffering from insomnia. This strain is also suitable for treating more serious medical conditions, such as those with chemotherapy-induced nausea and seizures, because of its higher-than-normal CBD levels.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Wiener Blut?

Dry eyes and cottonmouth are common side effects when consuming this weed.

How to Grow Wiener Blut?

This strain grows short, dense, with thick buds, and is very easy to grow. It can be cultivated indoors using either the SOG or SCROG method. When grown outdoors, it thrives best in mild and temperate climates with a sufficient amount of sunlight. The strain also needs trimming, especially during the first few weeks of vegetation, in order to stimulate growth and produce maximum yield.

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