Apollo 13 Strain Review – Bonza Blog

With a mission to launch the mindset beyond outer space, Apollo 13 is a hybrid that does not pull back on its punches. Its psychoactive compounds are potent enough to steer the mind into a more functional and focused high as it journeys into the galaxy.

In developing the strain, Brothers Grimm took Princess 75 (P75) as a genetic base for Apollo 13’s mostly cerebral buzz. The highly-esteemed strain offers motivation along with some painkilling partialities complemented the stable genetics of Genius, a phenotype of the legendary Jack Herer.

The sweet and stimulating union between two daytime strains is apparent in Apollo 13’s fine cannabis smoke. Unfortunately, it is a rare weed that is incredibly challenging to get a hold of. Originally, only 500 seeds were released that a stash of this becomes an instant head-turner.

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Still, the herb’s well-composed traits are impossible to forget. And so, various breeders have found ways to keep it alive by hunting down cuttings from mature plants.

Apollo 13 Strain Quick Facts
Genetic Lineage Princess 75 (P75) x Genius {Jack Herer Phenotype}
Sativa / Indica Ratio 85/15
THC % 10% to 18%
CBD % 0.31%
Climate Mediterranean climate
Flowering Period 7 to 8 weeks / Mid to late September
Average Yield 350 to 450 g/sqm / 450 g/plant

Odor and Flavors

Apollo 13 permeates an earthy scent with undertones of a distinct aroma of citrus. The sour fume complements the herb’s wakeful intentions that, during the exhale, it leaves subtle peppery notes for a spicy aftertaste.


The daily hustle and bustle of life can be strenuous and, sometimes, people simply dream of floating away from the daily routine. Apollo 13, with its over-the-moon high, achieves just that as it grants people the chance to explore good vibrations out in the 420 galaxies.

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The experience begins with a euphoric, cerebral buzz that extends all the way until its energizing effects have taken over the mind. It quickly shifts the mood to optimism, goading people to feel highly sociable. When used as a party strain with friends, lively discussions on just about anything end with bouts of contagious laughter.

Apollo 13 Effects

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Its Indica genes, while low, still creates an impact on the body with its soothing features. The muscles are softened and eased of its burdens without causing laziness. Rather, it delivers a surge of energy that motivates users to complete tasks while the mental invigoration thwarts previous sufferings of fatigue.

Overall, its effects are functional when the right dosage is consumed and is even marked by a notable spark in creativity. Too much, of course, may leave one spaced out, lost in a psychedelic trip.

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Adverse Reactions

The mental effects of Apollo 13 can be disorienting for beginners and veterans alike. It can dry the eyes and mouth as cannabinoids interfere with the production of moisture. A rarer experience is a subtle feeling of paranoia coupled by either a dizzying spell on people approaching the threshold for overdose. Most of the time, however, consuming beyond one’s limits only leads to a headache. Still, it is best to start out with a small dosage to ensure a more enjoyable experience.

Medical Use and Benefits

Apollo 13, through cannabinoids like THC, CBD, and terpenes, provides a reprieve against a variety of issues. Its uncanny ability to uplift the mood, for example, slams the head with a euphoric force thereby leaving stress completely behind.

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Its psychedelic tendencies may induce anxiety when the dosage is abused but taking it within the individual’s limits can calm racing thoughts. The enriching high also promotes a happier sense of well-being, consequently aiding long-sufferers of depression with the herb’s positive influence. Not to mention, its energy boost counteracts fatigue while invigorating users all throughout.

To a degree, it also has the capability of reducing mild pains. Mostly, it is due to the combined painkilling properties more than the shift in mindset however the latter helps distract patients from the aches. This soothes day-to-day problems like backaches, migraines, muscle cramps, and PMS.

Growing Apollo 13

Apollo 13 is a dominantly Sativa hybrid that takes the best qualities of its Indica genes into its structure. Though tall, it is far from lanky. It has a thicker stalk compared to other plants like it and is sturdier as well. Moreover, it is shorter too and rather bushy.

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Its semi-compact structure requires regular trimming or pruning to improve airflow and light circulation in the lower nodes and branches. This is especially true when cultivating the strain indoors, where proper ventilation is a must.

Using hydroponics is ideal, although soil can be used to enhance its flavor profile. Its vegetative cycle can shortened using the Sea of Green setup along with an early topping. Under optimal conditions, it can produce an average of 350 to 450 grams of buds per square meter after 7 to 8 weeks of flowering.

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Apollo 13 loves to be outside especially under the nutrient-rich sunshine of the Mediterranean. While it can withstand colder climates, rainfall or frost can significantly lower the plant’s yield. Kept warm and dry, it will deliver an average of 450 grams of buds per plant.

Have you grown or used the Apollo 13 Strain? If not, would you like to get your hands on this strain? Please leave a comment to let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.

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