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Sasquatch

Sasquatch

A perfect combination of Grape Ape, Suge Pure Kush, and Uzbekistani Hashplant, Sasquatch is an evenly balanced strain with dominant THC level. It develops dark green, plump buds surrounded with vibrant red and orange hairs, as well as an incredible shower of crystalline resins. You can find the hashy version from Alaska Cannabis Cache bred by Dirt Jim (who is also known as Heime Cheeba), and the fruity version from 303 seeds. It can be grown indoors, outdoors, and in a greenhouse.

Flavor and Effects of Sasquatch

Depending on the phenotype, Sasquatch can smell and taste like fresh strawberries, cherries, and blackberries. It can also present a hashy, incense, and woody mix. . It delivers an extremely relaxing high. The mellow euphoria will send you off to an enchanting ride as enchanting as its scent. You will feel nothing but bliss and contentment. Daily chores and learning to play musical instruments will seem like a piece of cake with your elevated mood. As the high goes downhill, it will relax your limbs and help you fall asleep.

Medical Benefits of Sasquatch

The strain is great in aiding patients who struggle from chronic stress. The relaxing properties of the strain help in putting them at ease. It is also famous for treating different physical pains. It soothes inflammation, chronic pain, muscle tremors, and seizures. Its invigorating and uplifting effect is perfect for patients struggling with anxiety, stress, lethargy, and fatigue. It can also treat headaches and nausea and a go-to strain for insomnia and appetite loss.

Negative Effects of Sasquatch

Its positive effects can send you off to an enchanting ride, the downsides will send you to a repulsive one. The usual negative effects of Sasquatch include dry mouth, eye irritation, coughing, and dry throat. Taking the strain a bit too further will leave you in a state of anxiety and paranoia.

Growing Sasquatch

The strain’s indica dominance is best nourished through the Sea of Green (SOG) method. This method is best performed with Low Stress Training (LST). It responds well to light feeding, low humidity, and abundant exposure to sunshine.