Hiydrow (HY-1) Feminised Seeds Medical Marijuana Genetics - CONTENTS- 1 SEED
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Named after one of the UK's most prolific caregivers and cannabis campaigners, Hiydrow (HY-1) is a hybrid 2:1 strain. It’s a cross between Candida and the original Girl Scout Cookies from California; the world famous strain which became increasing popular due to its strong cerebral effects and its distinct flavour.
During testing, Hiydrow’s CBD count ranged from 16.5% to 11.1% while its THC count ranged from 8.4%. to 6.3%. Generally, a higher CBD count would mean a higher THC count. The ratio offered by this strain has a reduced psychological effect as although the THC levels are not insignificant, they are greatly minimised by the overriding CBD content. This strain is especially suitable for those medical patients looking for the therapeutic benefits offered by both CBD and THC but with minimal psychological effect. Hiydrow is suitable for use throughout the day and night and can help with a number of common ailments including chronic pain, anxiety, depression, fatigue and more.
This strain can be grown both indoors and outdoors but, as its name suggests, flourishes especially well in an indoor set-up. With bright red hairs in final flowering and large green calyxes, it provides a strong and beautiful flower.
BREEDER Medical Marijuana Genetics
GENETICS Girl Scout Cookies x Blue Dream x CD-1
VARIETY Mostly Sativa
FLOWERING TYPE Photoperiod
THC CONTENT 6.3%-8.4%
CBD CONTENT 11.1%-16.5%
YIELD 300-500 gr/m2
GROWS Greenhouse, Grows indoors, Grows outdoors
FLOWERING TIME 7-8 weeks
MEDICAL CONDITIONS Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Spasm, Nausea, Pain, Vomiting
MEDICINAL PROPERTIES Chronic Pain, Muscle Spasms, Nausea, Vomiting, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus
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