All About Memory Loss Strain
While cannabis is already popular for impairing short-term memory, this strain might score higher than others. With a suggestive name, Memory Loss is a Sativa strain with a high concentration of THC, 23.3% and 0.9% CBD. Its main parent is Amnesia Haze, crossed with Face Off OG, which leads to an easy-to-grow plant that provides a heavy yield.
Its common usage is related to chronic stress and depression because it offers a euphoric, uplifted mood. Happiness and creativity effects make it a common strain used during the afternoon. Its name is given due to the high which can leave the user in a slightly forgetful state.
Memory Loss has quick effects that take place after the first exhales. The high begins with a tingle around the temples and eyes, spreading down to the core. This can be followed by a disoriented state as the feeling of mind racing leads to quickly changing thoughts. Common side effects include paranoia, headaches, dry mouth and eyes.
Similar to Strawberry Dawg, Memory Loss has a mainly nutty taste, combined with undertones of fruit and a strong odor. It has a moderate level of growing difficulty.
What is the terpene profile of Memory Loss strain?
The terpene profile for this strain, based on the aroma, consists of Terpinolene as a citrus, apples and pine aroma. Myrcene can also be identified for its herbal along with Caryophyllene for the peppery notes, since they are present in small quantities.
How to grow Memory Loss strain?
Memory Loss strain can be grown both outdoors and indoors. Grown outdoors, memory loss thrives in a humid environment that reaches a temperature of approximately 70 to 80 degrees F. When grown indoors, the plant needs to be pruned regularly as it can become very tall.