- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
The story goes that G13 is a potent indica marijuana strain and is the subject of many urban legends. It’s a cross between Northern Lights #5 x Haze, a combination of landrace Sativas. G13 was engineered to be a very potent strain by the American government by mixing a little LSD with the pot. The G in its name stands for grade and was the highest quality in marijuana.
Its effects include a deep, dreamy, narcotic-like sleepiness that is almost sedative in character. It also reduces anxiety and stress. This strain is effective for pain relief, joint pain, insomnia, and to give the user a feeling of being relaxed and giggly. It has been used as medicine to treat glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, muscle spasms, fibromyalgia, diabetes, and appetite loss.
The adverse effects of G13 Strain Marijuana include dry eyes, dry mouth, dizziness, and headaches. This strain of marijuana is only legal in Colorado and Washington State. The THC content is between 15% and 20%.
The scent is sweet, musky, and skunky, while the taste is spicy, sweet, and medicinal. The texture of the bud is coated in trichomes and can vary from light to dark green.
Growing this strain takes about 45 days to end. It doesn’t reach the highest THC levels until the last week and requires a good amount of patience from the grower. G13 Strain Marijuana is used by many people who are not really marijuana users.
It’s ideal for planting it indoors as well as outdoor. Flowering time for indoor is 10-12 weeks, and close to the end of 12 weeks, it will be full bloom. Light using during the flowering period must be 1000 watts per meter squared. Nutrients given to plants must be PH perfect for the G13 Strain Marijuana.