One thing that must be obvious to people who have been using cannabis is the notoriety of some names. Devil Fruit is a perfect example. On the surface, it is suggestive of poison. Of course, the truth is that its effects are quite the opposite.
Information about Devil Fruit:
Medical Seeds, the breeder, used two Indica-dominant strains to develop Devil Fruit.
One is Shishkaberry (also called Kish). It is famous for its uplifting cerebral buzz as well as its sedating physical effects. Besides passing on its psychoactive traits, it also passed on the scent of its Blueberry lineage to Devil Fruit.
Another strain used by Medical Seeds is the Great White Shark. Like Devil Fruit, its name suggests notoriety. It may very well be the case as it is a very potent hybrid that induces a deep body relaxation. Furthermore, this strain (also called Peacemaker) is a winner of the 1997 High Times Cannabis Cup.
In developing Devil Fruit, not only did the breeder aim to take the best traits of the parent strains. They also had to consider the plant structure to make it easier for growers to cultivate. But the most important thing that they did was to increase its medicinal value. So, besides retaining its THC, they also increased the CBD levels of Devil Fruit.
The name itself may not sound like it. But the reality is that if the devil does exist, then it sows terror not on the users, but the conditions that they are enduring.
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Information about Devil Fruit:
|ORIGIN||Shiskaberry and Great White Shark|
|EFFECTS||Relaxed – 10|
Happy – 4
Euphoric – 3
Focused – 3
Hungry – 2
|ADVERSE REACTIONS (NEGATIVE)||Dry mouth – 10|
Anxious – 6
Dizzy – 4
Dry eyes – 1
Paranoid – 1
|FRAGRANCE||Spicy, sweet, pine, lemon|
|FLAVORS||Spicy, sweet, herbal, pine, woody, lemon, berry|
|MEDICAL||Stress – 10|
Depression – 9
Insomnia – 9
Pain – 6
Cramps – 1
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||8-9 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||Early to mid-October|
|PLANT HEIGHT||Up to 8-1/2 feet outdoor|
|THC CONTENT %||15% to 20%|
|CBD %||5% to 10%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||70%/30%|
|INDOOR YIELD||17 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||21 ounces per plant|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
For the recreational users, there is quite an experience to look forward to with the Devil Fruit. Although touted as a medical cannabis, it brings people to a thrilling ride.
First, it begins by inducing euphoric cerebral effects. Instead of a steady high, it comes in waves upon waves of uplifting buzz that, in itself, is already more than satisfying. Users of the strain should feel their head clearing and find it easier to lock on their tasks. At the same time, Devil Fruit also keeps the people energized and motivated.
The intensity of the head high can be surprising as the strain is Indica-dominant. In a sense, that is a testament to its potency. Once the Indica side kicks in, it brings users to a state of complete relaxation. Although it is not likely to lead to a couch-lock thanks to its Sativa side, it does cause people to feel lazy. As such, users can still get up if there is a need.
Upon inhalation, users should find the smoke smooth and easy on the throat. It comes with the sweet berry taste that is reminiscent of its parent strain Shishkaberry. It also has a spicy note during exhalation.
For most people using cannabis, having dry eyes and especially dry mouth should be a common occurrence. However, there are other adverse effects that may creep in too.
Some people who are predisposed or going through anxiety issues will want to avoid using Devil Fruit. That is because it is known to cause an elevated level of anxiousness. A few may even feel a little paranoid.
Due to the intensity of the cerebral buzz followed by potent physical effects, there are also people who may experience momentary dizziness.
The intense cerebral and physical effects of Devil Fruit bring benefits to people with regards to their emotion. Because it uplifts the mood complemented by deep relaxation, the strain can be a vicious stress-killer. People with depression, feeling happy and cheerful, should find it easier now to manage their condition.
To a certain degree, Devil Fruit can also be a good pain reliever. It does this by taking the focus away from discomforts. Add to that the Indica traits which soothe aching muscles in the body.
Finally, as the effects of the strain start to subside, it is a natural occurrence for the users to feel sleepy. In this way, it helps patients get the much-needed rest. For insomniacs, it allows them to get quality sleep.
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Devil Fruit has the structure of a typical Indica plant. However, it takes a week or two before flowering due to the influence of its Sativa side. It grows well regardless if growers choose to plant it indoors or outdoors.
Devil Fruit is ready for flowering in 8 to 9 weeks. There is quite a bit of tending to do indoors such as trimming and pruning. It may also be good to use the Sea of Green or Screen of Green training methods to improve its yield. Under 600 watts of lighting, the plant should produce up to 17 ounces of buds.
Out in the open, Devil Fruit loves plenty of sunshine. It starts to flowering during the first to second week of October. Once ready for harvest, each plant can produce up to 21 ounces of buds.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Devil Fruit? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.