The fallen one could have been lost for eternity. To understand, look at what happened to the dinosaurs. But what if scientists can find a DNA and use modern science to infuse it with living cells and create a new breed? In a sense, that is what the Fallen Angel is. It could have not existed at all, but it did, and it promises to deliver an experience that is truly unique.
Information about Fallen Angel:
The Devil’s Harvest Seeds used an old clone of a strain called Shoreline. Using a female plant, they crossed it with a male Khufu, one of their most prominent strains. Both strains, of course, come with their own traits with the former inducing an incredible high while the other causing users to feel stoned. Afterward, the breeder then next infused it with Kuchi, another heavy-hitting Indica plant that can knock out people.
The result is a new hybrid which they named the Fallen Angel. In a sense, that may be about the original clone of Shoreline, in which it could have languished in obscurity. Instead, its lineage now continues to live on.
Being new, we only know what it can do. However, at this time, we have yet to hear from more people describing its effects on them. Hence, the table at this period is not an accurate reflection of the masses of users.
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Information about Fallen Angel:
|ORIGIN||Khufu and Shoreline|
|EFFECTS||Uplifted – 10|
Euphoric – 10
Happy – 10
Hungry – 10
Relaxed – 10
|FRAGRANCE||Pungent, skunky, earthy, fuel, lemon|
|FLAVORS||Skunky, Mango, apple, lemon|
|MEDICAL||Depression – 10|
Muscle spasms – 10
Pain – 10
|FLOWERING TIME INDOORS||7 to 8 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOORS||September|
|THC CONTENT %||17% to 19%|
|INDICA / SATIVA %||80%/20%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
|GROWTH LEVEL||Experience needed|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
About the closest one can get to the feeling of falling is to use the Fallen Angel. Of course, we do not mean it in a bad way. On the contrary, that is the reason why this strain has built a reputation and a following.
Tests show that it has 17% to 19% THC content making it a very potent strain. Before continuing, let us take a moment to reflect on how the newer generations of hybrids today have insane amounts. Several decades ago, cannabis plants with 15% THC would have caused a stir.
At any rate, the Fallen Angel is a classic Indica with regards to how it delivers its effects. For now, disregard the table as it is based on the reports of only a few people. The onset begins with a mild rush of euphoric sensation that can uplift the mood. In most cases, it leads to the users feeling good about themselves.
Soon, the physical effects kick in, and when it does, users experience a complete body relaxation, unlike any others. Even with its intensity and sedative-like properties, it should not cause people to go on couch-lock. But users do feel lazy. It goes without saying that using too much can cause users to be reluctant in moving.
The Fallen Angel announces its presence with a pungent and skunky odor. It also has an interesting mix of earth and fuel with a note of lemon. On the one hand, some may associate the smell with Skunk while others may compare the smell to Pinesol.
Currently, we do not have much information regarding adverse reactions as a result of using the Fallen Angel. As such, we can only assume that the typical side effects of cannabis should not be any different. As such, depending on how much is used, some people may experience dry mouth and eyes.
It is also within the realm of possibility that a few people may also experience mild dizziness or a headache.
In particular, the Fallen Angel has a couple of medical benefits.
First, the intense body high brought on by the strain helps people deal with depression. In the same manner, that is also how it takes away stress.
Second, the strong sedative properties of the Fallen Angel greatly aids in pain-relief. Without a doubt, patients suffering from pain can find comfort with its use.
Typical of Indica effects, especially one as potent as Fallen Angel, most people are likely to feel drowsy. In fact, it is not surprising if even before its effects completely wear off, many of its users are already off to dreamland.
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From what we could gather from the Devil’s Harvest Seeds, the Fallen Angel is not the easiest plant to grow. In fact, they recommend that only growers with experience are preferable. That is not to say that beginner should never attempt to cultivate it. After all, that is how one learns.
Outdoor, it has a pungent odor that may be troublesome especially when there are neighbors around. At any rate, it likes a warm climate with plenty of sunshine.
One of the things that appeal to growers when cultivating Indica plants is that they have a quick flowering time. The Fallen Angel starts its flowering stage beginning the seventh week. Each square meter can have a yield of 12 to 16 ounces.
The Fallen Angel loves the outdoors if only it is allowed to grow in an open area. It starts its bloom phase in September, likely between the second and third week. Each of these plants can produce at the very least 16 ounces of buds.
Have you ever smoked or grown your own Fallen Angel? Please let me know what you think about this marijuana strain in the comments below.