All About Dr Who Cannabis Strain
You are right to think that this reminds one of the BBC Sci-Fi series. Dr Who is a fantastic unpredictable weed strain that can take you out of this world and into a different realm in a different time.
This wax is a pure Indica with 100% of phenotype. This potent weed has a complex terpenes profile with a THC level of 23-25%. The specialists at Homegrown Natural Wonder created Dr Who strain. This hybrid is a cross between Mad Scientist and Trainwreck pot.
This bud is ideal as an evening smoke because it has overwhelming calming qualities. It is powerful and will tempt you to take one more puff until you are as high as a plane. This wax will keep you:
Dr Who marijuana strain can be used to treat the following medical issues:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Chronic Pain
- Loss of Appetite
- Muscle Spasms
Some Negative Effects of Dr Who marijuana strain include:
- Dry mouth
- Dry eyes
- Increased anxiety
Smell and Taste
Dr Who marijuana has a strong and dominating calming aroma that quickly fills a room. It has an earthy yet fruity smell. When you burn it, Dr Who gives off a delicious blend of several fruits and burning wood. The most dominant smell being of pineapple and sour grapes. It comes off with a strong, pungent aroma, and a mix of soil with fruit punch.
The aroma comes in the taste too. A perfect combo of wet soil, sour grapes, and sweet citrus is what your tongue will first pick up. When you inhale, different flavors will hit you at once.
Dr Who weed is thriving well wherever you plant it, whether indoors or outdoors. It is resistant to most plant diseases. It requires only a moderate amount of nutrients. It grows well in a warm and temperate outdoor climate.
If you are growing Dr Who cannabis indoors, you can expect a yield of about 11 ounces of fresh bud per square meter planted on average. The seeds will flower and get mature for harvest within 8 to 9 weeks.
When they are growing outside, they can yield an average of about 15 ounces of bud per plant. You can expect flowers and maturity around late September to early October.