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A product of Panther Genetics in Ohio, Placenta hails from Mother of All Cherries and GMO Cookies. It exudes a fruity scent with some distinct notes of berry that changes into a sour, gamey fragrance when pulled apart. The plant’s buds are average size and maintain a tight, roughly spherical shape when trimmed. The leaves are a mossy green with hints of faint purple with curly orange pistils and icy white trichomes.

Flavor and Effects of Placenta

Placenta is a savory concoction berry flavor is combined with earth, oranges, lemons, and other citrus accents. A creeping yet strong mental high starts delivering euphoria and a dose of happiness. Soon you are in complete relaxation with a tendency to be strongly locked to your couch. It is evening cannabis that may be continued before bedtime.

Medical Benefits of Placenta

Its indica and sativa effects make Placenta an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, muscle relaxant and appetite booster. It can help decrease headaches, inflammation, stress, depression, anxiety and muscle spasms.

Negative Effects of Placenta.

Regardless of the strain, cannabis can lead to slight dehydration. Users usually complain of dryness of mouth and eyes when using Placenta. It is best to hydrate before, during, and after consuming the bud to reduce the effects. The soundest preventative measure is a good eye moisturizer drop for the dry eyes.

You may experience greening out or .occurrences of dizziness with anxiety with this strain. This is due to the overdosing of the strain. Moderation in smoking is advised.

Growing Placenta

Sadly, Placenta seeds are not available online. If you are in luck, you can find a trusted source for a mature clipping of the plant for creating clones. The plants follow an indica gene with squat, bushy stature and lateral-growing branches. If you want the purplish hues to emerge, you can activate any anthocyanin pigments by exposing your crop to colder than average nighttime temperatures, just before flowering comes.