Highwayman is an even hybrid created by Tierra Rojo from Colorado. It is a cross between Tang and William’s Wonder. Named after the country musicians, the Highwaymen, its plants produce light green buds that smell like nutty chocolate, coffee, flowers, and herbs and spices.
Flavor and Effects of Highwayman
Highwayman is perfect for coffee and chocolate lovers. It has a taste of chocolate coffee and nuts mixed with floral herbs and earth. As you exhale, a spicy aftertaste lingers on the tongue.
Highwayman is a split hybrid that delivers a well-balanced cerebral and body high. Euphoria, uplifted mood, happiness, clarity, creativeness, and body relaxation will make your mornings and afternoons a productive one.
Medical Benefits of Highwayman
Medically speaking, Highwayman is good for the management of several health alterations. Its euphoric, mood-lifting, stimulating, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and calming properties help in conditions such as stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, pain, muscle tension, and headaches.
Negative Effects of Highwayman.
Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are side effects of Highwayman. To remedy this, you need to drink lots of water to hydrate. Additionally, you may experience anxiety, dizzy spells, headaches, and worse, paranoia. This is normal for inexperienced smokers who have a low tolerance to the strain.
Highwayman grows tall and sturdy. Both first-time and expert growers can enjoy cultivating the plant indoors and outdoors. It likes to thrive in a temperate climate.
Indoors, the flowering time comes after 8 to 10 weeks. An expected yield of 10 to 12 ounces of buds per square meter is gathered at harvest. Some indoor tending measures include: pruning it to avoid humidity-related problems, installing a vent, using Sea of Green, or Screen of Green method for increased yields.