- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
If you’re looking for a high-THC strain that offers euphoria and mellow relaxation, look no further than GSC. This indica-dominant hybrid is the result of crossing OG Kush with Durban Poison. The plant typically grows to be short and wide, but it can grow taller and some extra care. GSC provides a sweet smell with earthy undertones that are complemented by notes of mint, cherry, and lemon when smoked or vaporized.
It originates in California but is now present in most other states where marijuana is legal. The effects include a euphoric head rush that travels throughout the whole body. The relaxation is also felt by the eyes and face, making it a good choice to unwind at the end of the day. This strain is notorious for its potency, so it’s not recommended for beginners. If taken in small doses, it produces an uplifting high that leaves you feeling relaxed and happy.
Medical cannabis patients recommend this strain to treat depression, chronic pain, nausea, muscle spasms, and stress or anxiety. The adverse effects are dry mouth, red eyes, and dizziness. The THC content is between 18-25 percent.
Growing this strain indoors or outdoors is possible and is highly dependent on the growing conditions. Indoor cultivation produces slightly higher levels of THC, whereas outdoor cultivation only delivers a milder effect. Growers recommend using organic fertilizers and soil because the chemical content of non-organic fertilizers can sometimes contain pesticides and other toxic substances that could affect your health adversely.
It takes about 9 to 10 weeks for this strain to flower. During the early stages of flowering, growers should maintain high humidity levels with a cool temperature to produce some great-looking, dense buds.