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anesthesia seeds

Anesthesia has a relatively short flowering period of 50 – 55 days. This means that it will mature early enough to be cultivated in higher latitudes as long as the weather is not too wet, especially near the end of flowering as this can be the cause of mould infestations. It is medium height plant reaching between 80 – 120 cm. tall and is a high-yielding strain which can produce 550 gr/m 2 indoors under 600 watt lights. Outdoors it will be ready to harvest in mid-September in the northern hemisphere or the middle of March in southern latitudes yielding between 300 – 1500 gr/plant.

Anesthesia is a profoundly indica-dominant strain with just 10% sativa genetics. It was bred by crossing two top indica strains that will be well-known to cannabis enthusiasts- Northern Lights and Black Domina. It has dark green foliage and produces high amounts of resin. Its compact structure makes it a good mother plant from which to take cuttings.

Its flavour is initially sweet but with a mouth-wateringly acidic after-taste. THC production is high at 19% with 1,9% CBD. The overall effect is very nicely relaxing and Pyramid Seeds recommends it as a therapeutic or medicinal strain although no specific indications are provided although our guess is that Anesthesia may well help to relieve pain.

Whether you seek relief after a long day on your feet or from chronic pain, muscle cramps, or insomnia, Anesthesia marijuana should be a strain at the top of your list. Its above-average content of THC (roughly topping out at 19%) is counterbalanced by the strains heavy couch-lock, which quickly sets in on a puff of musky, earthy smoke.

Anesthesia marijuana is the pungent and potent strain all consumers adore when they need to find relief from pain, insomnia, and more.

Anesthesia marijuana lives up to its name – a potent indica hybrid with deeply sedative properties that alleviate pain and more.

Anesthesia marijuana seeds develop short and sturdy plants with wide branches that require pruning to encourage healthy growth. Its pungency may prove overwhelming, particularly for indoor growers, so a top-notch ventilation system may be required to keep its skunky, tell-tale aromas at bay. Anesthesia will be ready for harvest within 9 to 10 weeks of flower, with an impressive yield, if its optimal conditions are met.

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