Despite being named in honor of a famous academic institution, WSU marijuana will not improve your ability to master tests. Instead, WSU will deliver a stress-crushing high that is better suited to the couch than a cram session.
Lapping its competitors at upwards of 25% THC, its believed that WSU marijuana, a phenotype of UB Chemo, was developed as an option for cancer patients dealing with the side effects of chemotherapy. With a toke of WSU on board, expect to feel calm, happy, and deliciously relaxed for hours. Knowing that a heavy indica sedation is on its way, consumers should be prepared with snacks before they find themselves couch-bound.
Heavy on the pine with notes of berries and grapes on the palate, WSU marijuana is a medicinal dream. Patients have found great relief from conditions like chronic stress and depression, not to mention joint and muscle pain, and the aforementioned symptoms associated with chemotherapy. WSU leaves patients with a hearty appetite, helping ensure they receive the right nutrients to further the healing process.
Above average in height for an indica, WSU marijuana seeds produce plants with the characteristic thick stalks and sturdy branches that easily withstand the weight of the strains bountiful buds. Though it can weather the weather in the elements, it tends to fare better when grown indoors, or at least in a greenhouse, where temperature, humidity and lighting can be carefully controlled to ensure a hefty harvest. Consider WSU marijuana a slow study, as the medically-inclined strain requires 9 to 10 weeks of flowering before harvest, but the wait is worth it for an average yield of about 12 ounces per sm/plant (whether indoor or out).