Enthusiasts will enjoy a toke of Deadwood. It has the familiar blend of earth, wood, and berries found in forests or groves that entice the senses beginning from the moment that buds are taken out of its bag. Upon consumption, it coats the tongue in its sweet undertones and overtones of skunk that induce a sense of peace.
The tranquility lasts for hours, giving users freedom from mental and physical strain. It releases stress, invigorates the mind, and relaxes the body. Recreationally, it could be used with friends or alone. Either way, its feel-good euphoria helps develop an upbeat disposition.
Therapeutically, it provides comfort to various suffering from various afflictions. Its uplifting buzz manages symptoms of mental and psychological health issues. As for the physical discomfort, it provides relief by soothing the body.
To develop this strain, its breeders used Bubba Kush. The Indica-leaning strain has an impressive growth profile paired with an impressive yield. Its big buds are not for just for bag appeal either. It has potent high with an appealing body comedown. Its pair is Sweet Pink Grapefruit, supposedly a phenotype of the colorful Northern Lights #1. Apart from being a tested growth profile, its specialty is its tantalizing terpene profile.
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Our Deadwood Strain Review
Information About Deadwood Strain:
|ORIGIN||Bubba Kush and Sweet Pink Grapefruit|
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10|
Happy – 10
Uplifted – 9
Focused – 9
|FRAGRANCE||Earthy, woody, berries, skunk, lavender, spice|
|FLAVORS||Skunk, wood, floral, lavender, wood, earthy|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dry mouth – 10|
Dry eyes – 5
Headache – 5
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10|
Muscle spasms – 5
Pain – 5
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||7 to 9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Late September to mid-October|
|THC CONTENT %||15% to 17%|
|INDOOR YIELD||10 to 12 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||12 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Deadwood offers relatively manageable THC levels of 15% to 17% which both beginners and seasoned users could adjust to fit one’s preferred effect. Toking at a low to moderate dosage would yield a functional high. Meanwhile, adding a few extra tokes could turn it into the perfect end-of-day treat.
Regardless, its onset starts with a pleasant mood lift that pushes back worries and temporarily clears the mind of negativities. It inspires an upbeat disposition that, slowly but surely, will bring a smile to one’s face. The free space creates an area for thoughts to flourish and thrive, giving way to a more upbeat as well as talkative disposition.
Although powerful, its body high is not at all debilitating. Casual users will find that the deep relaxation it provides is enough to reinvigorate the body without locking one to the couch. Combined with the initial head high’s improved focus, it helps one achieve goals and complete tasks. Eventually, it envelops enthusiasts in relaxation. Using it beyond moderation will likely end up in stone-solid sedation.
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Deadwood has an earthy aroma with refreshing notes of wood. It also has undertones of berries and tinges of skunk while breaking the buds apart or combusting it reveals its floral lavender aroma. Enhancing it is a tinge of sweet spice.
A blend of skunk and berries hit the palate immediate after the first toke. Following it are floral undertones of lavender with sweet hints of wood. On the exhale, it leaves an aftertaste of spicy earth.
The presence of moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids in Deadwood should signal an upcoming dry spell. It affects the eyes and the mouth especially as it begins to interfere with saliva production. Along with it is a headache. These adverse reactions are usually mild and, although users could ignore it, one may also appease the discomfort by staying hydrated and within moderation.
Relieving stress should be part of everyone’s routine. It helps reduce harmful levels of cortisol which could greatly reduce one’s quality of living. A quick and efficient way to do this is to use cannabis. In this regard, enthusiasts may turn to Deadwood. The Indica-leaning strain has a multitude of benefits that include eliminating the overwhelming dread that plagues the chronically stressed.
Apart from that, it also helps appease the psychological distress brought on by mental health condition. It has a mood-enhancing high that uplifts the spirits as it instills a calm disposition in place of constant negativity. Although temporary, it provides comfort to long sufferers of depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
It could also be used as an alternative to opioid-based OTC medicine. It has natural painkilling properties that appease a wide variety of pains, regardless of source and intensity. Its relaxing buzz, on the other hand, help appease contractions in the muscles that could lead to unwanted contractions and spasms. It is particularly effective against fatigue, inflammation, and joint pains.
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Bubba Kush and Sweet Pink Grapefruit are both excellent growing strains. The latter has a good root formation while the former is a quick flowerer. Not to mention, both have tremendous yields and jaw-dropping trichome production. Its progeny, Deadwood, exhibits many of these desired traits.
It is a short, stocky plant that could fit in any growing environment. As such, one can sow it in a dedicated tent or a small growing room. Beginners, who are cultivating for the first time, may also plant it beside a window to save on expensive growing lights. Moreover, it is easy to grow.
Alternatively, one could also cultivate it in a garden or farm. The sun helps it grow bigger and produce more buds. Its impressive resistance against common diseases and pests helps it thrive in different climates, including the cold weather of the northern hemisphere.
The short flowerer only takes between 7 to 9 weeks of maturation before becoming fully ready for harvest. During which time, growers can expect up to 12 ounces of buds per square meter.
In the northern hemisphere, Deadwood blossoms around the last week of September to the middle of October. It produces at least 12 ounces of buds per plant once ready for harvest.
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