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Creation of Medical Seeds Co, Hammerhead hails from White Rhino and Medicine Man strains. It produces an aroma that is a bit spicier, with a hint of pungent earth that’s accented by sugary sweet honey and a dash of tangy fruit. The plants have small dense, deep green buds with blue streaks and a showing of light amber hairs. A copious coating of tiny crystal trichomes that appear blue in the sunlight will also amaze aspiring growers.

Flavor and Effects of Hammerhead

Hammerhead has a sweet and fruity flavor that’s similar to the taste of fruity ice cream sundae topped with sweet honey.

Its cerebral and body high starts with a euphoric lift that boosts your spirits without causing an increase in energy or anxiety. This is followed by a relaxing and sedating body buzz, washing over you in waves of sleepiness, and an inevitable couch lock. As the high increases, you’ll eventually succumb to a deep sleep that can last for hours that makes it perfect nighttime cannabis.

Medical Benefits of Hammerhead

Hammerhead’s potent indica and subtle sativa effects make it beneficial to those people who suffer from chronic pain, depression, headaches, insomnia, nausea, and stress.

It is medical marijuana that acts as an analgesic, anti-depressant, and relaxant.

Negative Effects of Hammerhead.

Users usually experience dryness of mouth and eyes when using Hammerhead. Cannabis-induced dehydration can be countered by drinking lots of water throughout the use. An excellent artificial eye drop will help you with the dry eyes.

Greening out is also possible when using this strain. Anxiety, dizzy spells, and worse, paranoia may occur in rare cases. You may complain of headaches as well. This is normal for beginner smokers and not a thing to be worried about. After some time, the effects go away.

Growing Hammerhead

Hammerhead thrives both indoors and outdoors. It is an easy plant to garden and has high resilience due to its thick-framed appearance. Bushy, as it is, you need to trim and prune it from time to time. This decreases mildew formation and increases air and light circulation.

Remember also to remove dead parts. Choose a space large enough for the plant to thrive freely. You can choose from soil or water as a medium for planting. Soil improves the flavors of the strain while water hastens the flowering stage and increases yields. If you chose soil, pick a high-quality organic soil for planting. If you opt for hydroponics, always check for air humidity levels. Check the pH of the plant at the roots. Feed it with the proper amount of nutrients. You can also add the technique of Screen of Green or Sea of Green method to either soil or hydroponics.