Named after a Mexican-American street gang lording the streets of Santa Monica, California in the United States, Santa Monica XIII is a well-balanced indica and sativa strain with THC dominance. Also known as SM18, it is a powerful blend of Airborne G-13 X AToA (Trainwreck). The genius blend was developed by SoCal Seed Collective. Its frosty, dense buds can be grown indoors and outdoors.
Flavor and Effects of Santa Monica XIII
The strain has a subtle sweet flavor and aroma which is overpowered by pungency. A great strain to smoke anytime of the day, it provides extreme euphoria and relaxation. It has sedative properties that stimulate positive thoughts inside your mind, which puts your racing thoughts in peace to enable productivity. You will be overloaded with inspiration and a happy disposition. The relaxing properties will soon weigh you down and send you off to a peaceful sleep.
Medical Benefits of Santa Monica XIII
For patients with depression, anxiety, chronic stress, chronic fatigue, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Bipolar Disorder, Santa Monica XIII can elevate the mood right away. It also improves focus and concentration, which will do wonders for people struggling from attention deficit disorders. The indica components will take care of headache or migraine, spasms or tremors, inflammation, and nausea. It is also beneficial for people with anorexia and insomnia.
Negative Effects of Santa Monica XIII
The same properties that help out with recreation and medicinal purposes can be a traitor if you smoke it in excess. Milder symptoms range from dryness in the mouth, eyes, and throat. It could be one of these or a combination. More often than not, the three symptoms can manifest all at once. If this seems to be uncomfortable enough for you, increasing your intake will cause paranoia and anxiety.
Growing Santa Monica XIII
The strain is well suitable for the Screen of Green (SCROG) or Sea of Green (SOG) growing and Low Stress Training (LST). The harvest is increased when it is subjected to an intense amount of sunlight. It should be fed lightly to avoid nut burn. Risks of molds and powdery mildew can be avoided by maintaining ventilation.