It might be a good idea to test how your body reacts to Huckleberry by trying a small dose in an environment where you feel safe, and with a close friend you can trust. Less common side effects of Huckleberry include dry eyes and dizziness. These effects tend only to be felt when larger doses of Huckleberry are smoked or if you are somebody who easily becomes dizzy.
Huckleberry is a jack of all trades strain, managing to tick off all of the effects that you would hope for with a hybrid strain and impressively doing them all well. Whether you are looking for a productive boost to get your through the day’s chores, or a mind buzz that gives you a new found social confidence, you are sure to be pleased with Huckleberry. Being a hybrid, Huckleberry’s high slowly transforms into a relaxing body melt, which leaves you feeling physically calm, without the more intense sedative effects that are often felt with Indicas. Being the master of all, Huckleberry is also a powerful medicinal strain which allows you to take control of your mental health and ensure that every day is a positive one. Whether you suffer from severe stress or struggle to concentrate on tasks long enough to reach your full potential, Huckleberry might just be the perfect strain for you. If you are eager to get your hands on Huckleberry, why not give it a try for yourself and experience a totally new, deep level of focus. The origins and genetics of Huckleberry are under debate, but there is no disputing the strain’s unmistakable berry aroma.
The flower is compact, light green in color, and generally covered in orange hairs. Huckleberry plants have a flowering time of 8-9 weeks and produce average yields. The effects of this strain are on the milder side and largely reported as relaxing, cutting through stress without the cloudiness. Undoubtedly, this strain is best known for its intense fruity smell and taste, similar to its relative Blueberry. The indica cannabis strain Hash Plant bares a sharp yet low-key pine and earthy aroma and taste that’s fairly sweet. Its harvest-ready buds generally bare deep green leaves with dark orange or red pistils. The parent strains of Hash Plant are the two indicas Northern Lights and Afghani. It first blossomed under Sensi Seeds care and has become a building block for many of the company’s strains. Its THC levels average at 10% and only top off at around 13% in some crops. This strain is a great choice for novice consumers, rarely inducing negative side-effects besides short periods of dizziness that dissipate quickly. It’s high causes the consumer to feel sleepy, being best used to help with insomnia. Hash plant has also been reviewed to help with constipation and can sometimes be prescribed to fight Crohn’s Disease in the medical field. Growers will enjoy cultivating Hash Plant, with a short flowering time of only six to seven weeks. However, the preferred method of cultivation is hydroponics. It grows three to four feet tall and can do well in dry, outdoor climates. Here you can find all info about Hash Plant from Sensi Seeds . If you are searching for information about Hash Plant from Sensi Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Awards, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy or Hybrids / Crossbreeds for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information - or list all Hash Plant Strains (±29) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Hash Plant is an indica variety from Sensi Seeds and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±43 days ) . Sensi Seeds' Hash Plant is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds. This precious Afghani is descended from one of the finest hash-making cultivars ever brought from the Hindu Kush to the west. Cannabis strains known generally as hash plants are found throughout the countries that border these mountains, but very few have the pedigree of this Hash Plant - a living definition of the stocky, chunky, beautifully sticky Afghanica genotype. The direct ancestor of Hash Plant was developed in the Northwest USA and came to Holland as a few carefully-transported female cuttings. Upon arrival, the tiny, fragile Hash Plant clones were given a safe home in the Sensi Seed Bank breeding labs, where this outstanding cultivar quickly proved her worth, becoming an important building-block in several other Sensi hybrids.
Over the years, many experimental crosses were made in search of a pollen-father that could match up to the HP female and produce seeds worthy of the Hash Plant name. An equal partnership was eventually found in a male from Afghanica’s other royal family - the Northern Lights line. A 50/50 HP x NL#1 father was back-crossed to the original HP mother, which gave us the 75% HP-25% NL hybrid. Of all our breeding experiments, this crossing produced the strongest specimens by far — with even experienced Dutch smokers having trouble finishing a single joint. Hash Plant stays compact during her extra-short flowering time.
Her tight, resin-drenched flower clusters develop a brittle surface when dried and give off a deep, rich Afghani aroma that’s undercut with a hint of hashish. When smoked, her dominant flavour is the spicy-sharp bite of smouldering resin glands, a sensation which quickly becomes indistinguishable from her effect. The instant vaporization of those layers of sparkling trichomes accelerates Hash Plant’s rapid, blissful and breathtakingly powerful body-stone. Hash Plant from Sensi Seeds is available only as regular seeds.