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Pamelina

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Created by Rare Dankness, Pamelina is a genetic mix of a Forum cut of Girl Scout Cookies and Rare Dankness #2. Supposedly named for a love interest of one of its breeders, it gives off a fragrance with hints of spicy earth and sweet fruits accented by fresh ripe berries as the nugs are burned. The buds have olive-green spade-shaped nugs with purple streaks, thin orange hairs, and a dusting of tiny bright white crystal trichomes.

Flavor and Effects of Pamelina

Pamelina has a unique sour berry flavor.

Its mellow cerebral and body high delivers euphoria and a sense of happiness slowly lifting your spirits into a relaxed happy state while easing your body into complete calmness. It can be highly sedative though when used in large doses. It is ideally used as daytime and nighttime cannabis.

Medical Benefits of Pamelina

Medically speaking, Pamelina is medical marijuana proven to be beneficial to those who have anxiety, chronic pain, depression, fatigue, nausea, and stress. It is a tested remedial analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, stimulant, and relaxant.

Negative Effects of Pamelina.

Regardless of the strain, marijuana causes slight dehydration. Moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids in marijuana affect the salivary glands and tear ducts bringing discomfort to the mouth and eyes. A parched mouth and dry eyes will cause some inconvenience. As an easy remedy, downing on a few glasses of water than your usual intake will taper down the effects. You can use artificial tear drops for the eyes.

You may experience greening out with this strain. This is characterized by dizziness or headaches along with anxiety. This rarely happens and should not cause you to worry. Just remember not to smoke too much especially if you are a novice smoker.

Growing Pamelina

Pamelina thrives both indoors and outdoors. Indica leaning, it loves cool climates but can survive warmer ones. Appearance-wise, it is short and squat. The broad leaves call out for constant pruning and trimming.

If you want better flavors, then stick to the use of soil as your medium. You can pair it with the Screen of Green method for higher yields.