Few things are apt to help you hold it all together like family, though you may want to consider bringing Sister Glue marijuana into the fold, particularly if you suffer from severe stress and anxiety.
Boasting around 25% THC on its best days, Sister Glue marijuana packs euphoria and relaxation into tight little nugs of pure, aromatic bliss. Right from the start, she’s got your back with a rush of euphoria that develops to clear the mind and put a smile on your face. Eventually, the effects seep into your body, releasing the tension from muscles and allowing you to fully and completely unwind.
For now, the CBD content of Sister Glue marijuana remains unknown, but consumers shouldn’t discount the huge medical potential of this strain. Stress-relief is inherent, courtesy of its many mood-boosting cannabinoids and terpenes, but other mental health conditions, like PTSD and depression, don’t stand much of a chance with Sister Glue in your corner. Her properties also aid in increasing appetite and reduce aches, pains, spasms, and insomnia, while enhancing sleep so you wake up feeling rested and refreshed.
It should go without saying that Sister Glue marijuana smells predominantly of fresh-picked flowers with notes of earth and pine, with hints of tangy lemon when the buds are burnt. That subtle sweetness carries over onto the palate, accompanied by a flavor of wet soil, which dissipates into pine on the exhale.
Sister Glue marijuana seeds are indica dominant, though they tend to produce plants that favor their sativa physicality, with thin branches and tall, thick stalks. Sister Glue tends to be fragile in the beginning, highly susceptible to disease in the first few weeks, and she requires a grower with experience to coax her through her stages. Best suited to a method like the screen of green or a hydroponic set-up (which can significantly increase yields), Sister Glue should spend 7 to 9 weeks in the flowering phase, and when she’s ready, she’ll treat you to an impressive yield – upwards of 20 ounces per square meter.