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Robert Bergman

November 6, 2017

There is no such thing as the divinity of cannabis itself. But the effects that it induces is another thing. Throughout history, it has been used in many ways including the spiritual. Before we get carried over, we are not suggesting that God’s Treat is going to take people on a mystical journey.

What users can expect from this strain is tender loving care. It does so by delivering gentle mental high along with the powerful medical benefits of its Indica side – without the heavy sedating properties like many others.

To create this strain, Jordan of the Islands Seeds used two hybrids. One is the popular staple of the infamous Amsterdam coffee shops Dutch Treat. Another is a product of the breeder God Bud. Now, it is pretty obvious where the divinity of our featured strain in this article came from.

God’s Treat inherited the best qualities of its parent strains without what some people might wish to have less of. Dutch Treat passed on its exceptional cerebral buzz. God Bud passed on its insanely intense Indica traits. In the cases of the parent strains, their notable effects often overwhelm the users. But God’s Treat, on the other hand, does not. In essence, one can say that it is the better version of the two strains combined.

Information about God’s Treat:

ORIGIN Dutch Treat and God Bud
EFFECTS Uplifted – 10
Euphoric – 10
Happy – 10
Focused – 9
Energetic – 8
ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE) Dizzy – 10
Dry mouth – 10
FRAGRANCE Herbal, candy
FLAVORS Herbal, candy, blueberry, coffee, spicy
MEDICAL Inflammation – 10
Muscle spasms – 10
Pain – 10
Stress – 10
Depression – 9
FLOWERING TIME INDOORS 6 to 7 weeks
FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS Early to mid-September
PLANT HEIGHT 5 to 6 feet outdoor
THC CONTENT % 18% to 22%
CBD % 0.1% to 0.64%
INDICA / SATIVA % 80%/20%
INDOOR YIELD 10 to 14 ounces per square meter
OUTDOOR YIELD 14 ounces or more per plant
CLIMATE Warm climate

* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest

Effects

God’s Treat contains up to 22% THC, an insanely high amount that is guaranteed to deliver an intense experience. Used in moderation, it provides what many people consider as an exceptional high that is pronounced but never overwhelming.

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It begins with a euphoric buzz that uplifts the users. Within minutes, it can alter the mood of people from whatever they are feeling to that of elation. At the same time, it also delivers a boost in energy that motivates most people to complete their tasks. Whatever it is that they are doing, it becomes easier as users have a clearer head and better ability to focus.

God’s Treat Effects
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As can be expected, the physical high follows after and puts people into a state of relaxation. One that is calming, soothing, and even if it is intense, it does not have the numbing sedative-like effects of many other similar strains. In other words, it does not cause people to feel lethargic.

Keep in mind though that this is still a formidable cannabis. Once people use too much, then it can lead to a couch-lock. At any rate, the Indica properties of God’s Treat is not likely to negate the cerebral high such as causing a foggy mind or mental confusion. Such is one reason for its popularity among recreational users. In fact, most people should find it an excellent marijuana for daytime use.

Fragrance

A treat to the senses, that’s what this strain is all about. Take for instance its extremely delightful herbal scent with a strong candy tone. Breaking the buds is like Hansel and Gretel walking to the house in the middle of the forest and smelling the irresistible aroma of candy.

Flavors

Not to be outdone, the scent of candy becomes more pronounced, and users should be able to distinguish the taste of coffee and blueberry. Although it is a strange combination, nonetheless, it works, and many should find it to their liking.

Adverse Reaction

First, the bad news. God’s Treat is not spared from the adverse effects of using cannabis. It means that as people use more of it in one session, then they are likely to experience dry mouth and possibly dry eyes as well. Others may also find themselves feeling a little dizzy.

God’s Treat Adverse Reaction
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The good news is that with regards to adverse reactions, that’s about it. Still, it does not mean that there is absolutely nothing else as different people have different physiology. As such, there may be other effects that have yet to be reported.

Medical

The strong Indica properties of the strain can soothe aching muscles. Not only does it help people deal with inflammation and muscle spasms, but it can also help with pain relief. As one can see, the same traits that induce physical relaxation are also the same that provides comfort to the person in need.

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In the same manner, by uplifting the spirit can causing cerebral euphoria, stress, depression, and other forms of mental illnesses can be better managed as well.

God’s Treat Medical
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Growing

God’s Treat will not be a problem whether growers choose to cultivate it indoor or outdoor. By all accounts, even beginners should be able to plant and nurture this plant until harvest successfully.

Flowering Time

Indoors
Although the plant is better suited outdoors, it will still thrive indoor. Of course, growers will have to keep it short, but that depends on the growing habitat. Use soil as a medium or hydroponics; it will not be a problem. It does have a very quick flowering period that can be as early as six weeks. During harvest, growers can expect to harvest at least 10 ounces of buds per square meter.

Outdoors
God’s Treat will do well in a warm climate. Out in the open, it can grow up to 6 feet tall. Although it tends to be a little bushy like typical Indica plants, its leaves will look more like Sativa plants. At any rate, flowering time should occur by the mid part of September. The estimated yield per plant is around 14 ounces or possibly more.

Have you ever smoked or grown your own God’s Treat? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.

Robert

The founder of I Love Growing Marijuana, Robert Bergman, is a marijuana growing expert that enjoys sharing his knowledge with the world. He combines years of experience, ranging from small-scale grows to massive operations, with a passion for growing. His articles include tutorials on growing... [read more]

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