Herijuana Strain Review
Racking up a powerful body-high, no amount of painstaking worries can even make a dent on this nearly-pure Indica strain. Extremists would surely enjoy spiraling into the abyss as it encompasses users with a numbing body high.
Herijuana, also called Harijuana or Herojuana, was bred by Woodhorse Seeds using two Indica-dominant strains – Killer New Haven and Petrolia Headstash. It was later acquired by Motarebel who continued to develop it to become a premium quality strain.
Unfortunately, Motarebel had to take a hiatus in 2006. To ensure that Herijuana continues to live on, he passed it to Sannie Seeds.
With a swaggering THC of up to 25%, its ability to cripple users should come as no surprise. As such, it may not be the best choice for first-timers.
|Herijuana Strain Quick Facts|
|Genetic Lineage||Petrolia Headstash x Killer New Haven|
|Sativa / Indica Ratio||20/80|
|THC %||22% to 25%|
|Flowering Period||9 to 10 weeks / Late September to Early October|
|Average Yield||500 g/m2 / 450 g/plant|
Odor and Flavors
Herijuana is one of those strains that leave a good impression. Pungent with some hints of lemon and earthy notes, some hashy undertones also come into play in that cloud of smoke.
Just like its fragrance, this cannabis has a lovely taste. Most people describe it as refreshing as crushed berries swirling at the mouth, almost as if tasting grape. On the exhale, expect sandalwood and sweet aftertaste that clings to the tongue.
An ideal nighttime strain, Herijuana leans more on the hard-hitting, weighty side. It sits on users with a powerful physical high that may feel quite intense yet pleasant as it crushes any form of stress or negative vibrations with its massive THC.
During the onset, its rush of cerebral effects is profound. It does not induce a speedy kind of mental stimulation, though. Instead, it promotes deep thoughts that come along with a sense of happiness.
As the high wears on, a warm buzz and tingling sensation start to spread all over the body to the extremities. Heaviness weighs down the body as users succumb to the sedating qualities of the strain.
Once the full physical effects kick in, Herijuana often leaves users in deep introspection hopelessly locked on the couch.
The usual reactions that users would experience are cottonmouth and dry eyes, although it can be remedied if by staying hydrated at all times.
Those who have already heightened anxiety levels may want to step away from this train because it may aggravate the condition. When consumed in large amounts, users feel dizzy. In rare occasions, some get paranoid.
Medical Use and Benefits
As much as recreational users love Herijuana, it also has made an impact on the medical cannabis community. Due to its cannabinoids and terpenes, it is helpful in alleviating certain health conditions without the undesirable side effects that synthetic medications bring.
As mentioned, the relaxing buzz may unload any stressful burdens off a user’s back, allowing even those with depression to feel light-hearted. As the high wears on, it transitions into a heavier sedating effect that covers the body with what feels like an analgesic blanket. As such, the mind finds warmth while the body is relieved from conditions like muscle spasms, joint pains, and headaches.
Furthermore, those who suffer a great ordeal in life may also become efficient in their day to day activities when on this strain. After some brief unwinding, even insomniacs could not resist the enticing call of sleep.
Herijuana is a delight to look at with its purple hue. It is a stretchy plant that could grow 200 cm to 300 cm tall when planted outdoors. It thrives best in a warm climate where each plant could potentially yield up to 450 grams of buds at best. Harvest time usually falls on the first to second week of October.
Although this plant is generous in an outdoor setting, the means to control environmental factors in a grow room makes it ideal for indoor gardening. Using hydroponics and combining it with the Sea of Green training method, it could produce up to 500 grams per square meter.
Herijuana is not a finicky plant. After generations of refinements, it is one of the most stable strains in the world. Furthermore, it is also resistant to pests. It should provide a measure of comfort for home growers who are cultivating cannabis for the first time.
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