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Four Way

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Four way is a genetic union of three Middle Eastern landrace strains (Afghani, Indian, and Pakistani) and the addition Skunk #1. It emits a sharp and spicy pungent skunk aroma with a musky hash overtone that almost burns as you inhale. The plants grow massive flowers and have furry medium-sized forest green nugs with thick tangerine hairs and a dense blanket of tiny crystal gold trichomes.

Flavor and Effects of Four way

Four Way has a unique pungent, spicy skunk taste with hints of herbs and spices that intensify upon exhale.

Its mellow cerebral and powerful body high fills you with euphoria, happiness, and a stoney relaxation. As this effect strengthens, you’ll suddenly be hit with a potent body buzz that leaves you hopelessly couch-locked and immovable for hours. Highly sedative, it is recommended to be used in the night.

Medical Benefits of Four Way

Therapeutically speaking, Four Way can help with the management of health conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, migraines, muscle spasms, nausea, and loss of appetite. It is a reliable analgesic, appetite booster, and relaxant.

Negative Effects of Four way.

Cottonmouth and dry, itchy eyes are side effects of slight dehydration you can get from Four Way. Downing on a few glasses of water than the usual will remedy the effects. A good eye moisturizer drop can also help soothe those irritated eyes.

Anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia may occur in rare cases. This is due to overconsumption, so go slow with the doses, especially if you are a novice toker.

Growing Four Way

Four Way is a short, bushy, and sturdy plant. It loves a warm climate with lots of sunlight. Growers can choose to grow this marijuana plant indoors or outdoors. It can grow abundant with soil or hydroponics and the use of Sea of Green or Screen of Green. Just remember to prune the leaves from time to time to avoid mildew formation on the crevices and to allow free flow of air and light among the foliage.