Cat Piss

For those in search of an uplifting strain that will not knock them out to dreamland, Cat Piss is a perfect choice. Don’t be discouraged by its rather uninviting name as it is anything but disgusting. In fact, even with a moniker that has managed to single-handedly scare some people away, the strain is still steadily gaining loyal users who swore by its brand of high.

Originally a clone-only phenotype of the massively popular Super Silver Haze, it has since stepped out of its predecessor’s shadow to create a name for itself. The mostly Sativa strain has an ammonia-like stench that may take some getting used to. However, if one can get past its strong scent (or maybe learn to love it as others did), a sky high experience awaits.

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No coffee can ever jumpstart a busy day better than a Cat Piss. This strain supplies an upbeat cerebral buzz that lasts for hours on end. It’s one’s best friend when there’s a long, tiring day full of deadlines and meetings ahead. That being said, it’s around 12 to 23% THC content may be too much for a beginner to handle. Go easy at first to have just the right amount of high.

Cat Piss Strain Quick Facts
Genetic Lineage Phenotype of Super Silver Haze
Sativa / Indica Ratio 75/25
THC % 12% to 23%
CBD % 0.01% to 0.70%
Climate Warm climate
Flowering Period 8 to 9 weeks / Mid October
Average Yield 350 to 400 grams/m2 / 500 grams/plant

Odor and Flavors

Cat Piss has a penetrating dank scent with a trace of ammonia. Some people love it, others can put up with it, and the rest, well, they hate it for all eternity. The first inhale is almost always a shock for understandable reasons. Just hang in there, though, because it gets better — for real! After the initial sniffs, its smoke will reveal a peppery and earthy aroma which many find lovely.

As for its flavor, be assured it is nothing like its smell. Cat Piss is pleasant on the palate. It has a sweet, sour, and peppery taste with a hint of pine undertone that doesn’t disappoint.
Effects

Regarded as an impressive enlivening Cannabis, Cat Piss gives a soaring and long-lasting high. Unlike other upbeat strains, it provides mental clarity and does not couch-lock a user. Thus, people can light one up before they go on to their day-to-day activities. Be patient, though, it doesn’t hit fast and the ascend to seventh heaven is rather gradual.

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This ganja’s mainly Sativa content and potent THC level enable it to bestow an all-day bliss. It goes without saying that it is its most sought-after effect. Indeed, any day is way better when accompanied by an overflowing positive feeling.

Smoke it ahead of an important meeting as it boosts energy and promotes creative thinking. Have a couple of puffs before a night out with friends. This herb can transform even the most timid soul into a chatterbox. Whatever one’s agenda for the day is, just make sure to bring some food as this bud induce heavy munchies.

Although often overlooked, its Indica component is nothing short of essential. This weed’s loyal users praise it for its signature relaxed high that lasts from sunup to sundown. However, without the aforementioned strain’s calming influence, its intense buzz can be too much for anyone, even veterans, to handle. Simply put, Indica is what makes the hybrid stable and awesome for daytime use.

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Adverse Reactions

Like other Cannabis strains, Cat Piss may cause dry eyes and mouth. People must stay hydrated to combat these common reactions. Although rarely, some users also mention getting a bit dizzy or having a mild headache.

Going overboard in smoking this strain may cause anxiety or paranoia. This is very typical of Sativa strains or Sativa-dominant hybrids when used in large amounts. Hence, it is wise, even for old-timers, to only consume Cat Piss in moderate quantities.

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Medical Use and Benefits

noteworthy medicinal Cannabis used against a list of health conditions. Due to the uplifting buzz from its Sativa content, it’s able to help patients wrestle with the symptoms of anxiety disorders, depression, and stress.

In addition, its relaxing yet vigor-boosting effect helps in reducing minor aches and pains. People who use this bud for those reasons smoke it in the morning as it helps them get through the day. Moreover, those experiencing nausea and/or appetite loss benefit from its munchies effect. It has also been reported to be anti-inflammatory.

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Growing Cat Piss

Cat Piss sounds disgusting. Its appearance, though, is the complete opposite. This tall strain boasts of pretty light green buds with some orange hairs sticking out. As it nears the vegetative phase, the trichomes that cover the plant become shiny and very nice to look at.

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The beauty does well indoors as long as it is well taken care of. In 7 to 9 weeks, it enters the flowering stage and starts showing off its shiny trichomes. By harvest time, it yields a generous 350 to 400 grams per square meter. On the other hand, when grown outdoors, it is up for harvest by mid-October and can produce around 500 grams per plant.

Have you grown or used Cat Piss? 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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1 Response

  1. Keith says:

    I’ve been looking for this phenotype for a bunch of years. It used to be around in New York City back in the early 2000s. Usually called NYC Haze or piff. I always knew it was either a Super Silver Haze or Neville’s Haze pheno.
    I’d kill to get my hands on seeds of these. It was clone only for years. Your link didn’t have those seeds. Do you know the breeder/seed company that sold these? If you have any more info, please email me.

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