Advertise With Us
Home » Strains » P-51
image coming soon


crop king seeds

Crop King Seeds

Buy P-51

Enter your email below to get 10% discount on total item.

Created by Clint Pipkin, P-51 is a genetic mix of Tahoe OG male with a Blackberry strain. Its name was derived from a Mustang P-51. A signature strain of Stash Cannabis, it gives off a super dank and skunky scent that’s incredibly spicy and pungent. This tranquilizer dart’s bud has long spade-shaped dense bright green nugs with few amber hairs and a full coating of tiny crystal trichomes.

Flavor and Effects of P-51

P-51 is a delicious taste of strong diesel that entices users for another puff. The mellow sourness later develops into an herbal taste with hints of earthy hiding beneath. A spicy aftertaste lingers on the exhale.

Its cerebral high brings delivers euphoria, an uplifted mood, happiness, and an energy boost. A feeling of starvation will strike you so be ready for a snack. The body high that follows totally relaxes you and lulls you to sleep. Thus, it is ideally used as nighttime marijuana.

Medical Benefits of P-51

P-51 is medical marijuana proven to be beneficial to those who have ADD/ADHD, arthritis, asthma, bipolar disorder, chronic pain, headaches, insomnia, loss of appetite, and stress. It acts as an analgesic, anti-depressant, relaxant and appetite booster.

Negative Effects of P-51.

Side effects are common to any form of medicine. This goes the same for P-51. Dryness of eyes may cause red eyes. Dry mouth may also occur. To wane the effects, you have to ingest lots of water. A good eye moisturizer drop will help you with the dry eyes.

You may complain of headaches or dizziness accompanied by anxiety. This can be avoided with the responsible use of the strain.

Growing P-51

P-51 are short and shrubby plants. It has a sturdy frame that can withstand temperature changes and high winds. You are required to prune and trim the plant for healthy even growth. It loves the indoors but can still be grown on the outdoors. It is well-adapted to the use of soil as its media.