Dr. Who Strain

Dr. Who is a deliciously soothing 60% indica hybrid that smells and tastes like fresh sour fruits, guaranteeing a good time from the start. This strain is a useful medical strain, as well as a fun and enjoyable recreational strain, as it can make you feel inspired, with some visuals being the norm.

Dr. Who is a psychedelic and mind-bending indica-dominant strain that was created by the specialists at Homegrown Natural Wonder. This hybrid is a solid cross between two favorites, Mad Scientist and Trainwreck, and is known for being a popular medical strain with many uses.

This cerebral smoke has gathered fans worldwide, due to its calming and sedative nature, without making you feel couch locked and heavy. Dr. Who is the kooky friend you wish you had with you on days when you need to feel uplifted and upbeat, with a calmed and soothed mind.

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    Information about Dr. Who:

    ORIGINMad Scientist mixed with Trainwreck
    EFFECTSrelaxed – 10
    happy – 8
    uplifted – 7
    euphoric – 7
    energetic – 4
    dry eyes – 3
    anxious – 2
    dizzy – 1
    headache – 1
    FRAGRANCEearthy, fruity, grape, pineapple, pungent, sour
    FLAVORScitrus, earthy, sweet, grape, grapefruit, spicy, herbal, woody
    MEDICALstress – 10
    pain – 9
    depression – 7
    insomnia – 4
    headaches – 4
    FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORSlate September to early October
    PLANT HEIGHTShort/Medium
    THC CONTENT %23%
    CBD %0.10%
    INDICA / SATIVA %60% / 40%
    INDOOR YIELD11oz/ m2
    OUTDOOR YIELD15oz/ plant
    CLIMATEwarm and temperate outdoor climate
    RESISTANCE TO DISEASEresistant to common molds and mildew

    * 10 is the highest
    * 1 is the lowest


    Dr. Who is an ideal evening smoke, because of its calming qualities. It gives just the right amount of an indica buzz, with a little bit of a lift coming from its sativa side. This strain can work as a daytime strain for those who know how to dose it, as it can be strong and will tempt you to kick back in higher doses.

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    This strain is great at giving you a boost of happy, and making you feel relieved from any stresses that may be plaguing you. Dr. Who is all about feeling cerebrally uplifted, and mentally stimulated, allowing you to fully embark on a transcendental experience like you have never had before.

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    Dr. Who will make you feel euphoric and inspired for the entire duration of its high. This strain can give you a solid boost of energy too, and will allow you to go about your day with more gusto, and with a head full of fresh new ideas, especially if you are a creative and need a little surge.


    Dr. Who has an aroma that can only be described as blissful. This strain is all about fresh fruitiness and is earthy at the same time. It is a hybrid that can be instantly recognized by its pungent and sour aroma that is like walking through a fresh pineapple field in the middle of summer.


    Dr. Who is fruity in its flavors too. This strain boasts of strong citrus and grapefruit flavors that will make your tongue tinge on the inhale. On the exhale, you will taste a mixed of woody and herbal, with a sweet grape being the sticky and lovely flavor that will stick on your tongue in the end.

    Adverse Reaction

    Dr. Who has some side effects, but are all in all quite minimal. The usual dry mouth and dry and itchy eyed sensation will definitely be present with this strain, with a feeling of being parched and dehydrated often occurring, so be sure to keep some liquids ready.

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    This strain can in some cases make you feel slightly anxious, especially when you consume this smoke in higher doses. Dr. Who can also make you feel a little bit dizzy at times, and even leave you with a mild headache, although this can be a rare occurrence for most.


    Dr. Who is a potent medical strain that has helped many long-suffering patients in the last years. This hybrid is known to offer up relief to those who have trouble managing their chronic stress, making them feel less frazzled and allowing them to stay calmer and less nervous.

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    This hybrid is also known for being an ideal ally in the fight against chronic pain. Dr. Who can alleviate many pain conditions such as back pain, muscle spasms and migraines. It is also very effective in helping those suffering from depression find a more positive outlook, encouraging their recovery.

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    Dr. Who can be quite sedative in high doses, so if you are suffering from insomnia, this strain might be the right choice for you. One of the main things it has been recommended for is to help alleviate chronic headaches, making these constant pains more manageable.

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      Who grows well indoors as well as outdoors, with its resistance to common molds and other diseases being very high. This strain like a moderate amount of nutrients, and thrives in a warm and temperate outdoor climate.

      Flowering Time


      Dr. Who grown indoors can yield an average of about 11 ounces of fresh bud per square meter planted. This strain can be expected to flower and be ready for a harvest within 8 to 9 weeks.


      Dr. Who can yield an average of about 15 ounces of bud per plant when planted outdoors. This strain can be expected to be ready for a harvest around late September to early October.

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


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        2 comments on “Dr. Who Strain”

        1. Hello,

          My Dr. Who that I have been growing outdoors has grown to over ten feet tall, and it is one of the most durable plants that I grow. It is redolent of a floral/tropical-citrus/earthiness that is a bit of slow grower, but its main branches and trunk are hardy and resistant to strong winds in this area. With a little TLC, nutrition, lots of sunshine, and a balanced PH-level and rich soil provided by its ecosystem, this one appears to ready to harvest more near mid-September this season. Nothing new to add, other than that I felt like talking-up my beauties.

        2. I have Dr. Who growing in Coco indoors. She is very easy to care for during veg. Flower starts Feb 2018