Petrolia Headstash hails from Afghanistan by way of Humbolt County. Bred by Reeferman Seeds, it is a backcross of the classic Afghani strain. The buds have large lumpy round fluffy bright neon green nugs with lots of dark amber hairs and a frosty blanket of sandy white crystal trichomes and sweet syrupy resin. It emits a classic pungent fragrance of woody earthy pine.
Flavor and Effects of Petrolia Headstash
Petrolia Headstash is a delicious mix of pungent sweet berries on the first inhale, coating your tongue with the piney smoke. Skunk and citrus will be revealed on the exhale. A woody undertone mixed with some sweetness is present as well.
The creeping cerebral high delivers euphoria, happiness, creativity, and mental clarity. The perfect nighttime marijuana, an instant potent wave of heavy effects that leave you drowsy and completely sedated. This body high numbs you from all pain and worries. It can make you sleepy at times, especially if you are a new toker.
Medical Benefits of Petrolia Headstash
Petrolia Headstash possesses therapeutic effects such as analgesic, anxiolytic, appetite booster, anti-depressant, and relaxant. It is perfect for those who are diagnosed with anxiety, chronic pain, cramps, depression, fibromyalgia, hypertension, inflammation, loss of appetite, multiple sclerosis, nausea, and stress.
Negative Effects of Petrolia Headstash.
Side effects are common to any form of medicine. This goes the same for Petrolia Headstash. Rarely, greening out may occur. This is characterized by anxiety, dizzy spells and worse, paranoia. This is due to overconsumption so go slow with the doses especially if you are a beginner to cannabis.
Furthermore, users usually complain of dryness of mouth and eyes when using it. To lessen the reactions, drink lots of fluids. Buy an artificial teardrop as it is helpful in soothing those irritated eyes.
Growing Petrolia Headstash
Petrolia Headstash can be grown by a less experienced grower as it is an easy plant to cultivate. It flourishes both indoors and outdoors but is happiest when kept in a warm and balmy outdoor climate. Highly resistant to common molds and mildew, as well as other pests and diseases, it grows more indica-like. Short and sturdy, it needs constant pruning to deal with air and light blockage.