Ultra Sonja is across between U.K. Cheese and Tang. Its fragrance is a sour funk with broad fruity accents. It grows large flowers and vibrant lime green leaves that are twisted through brown and orange pistils.
It’s dense and compact purplish buds have small to medium-sized foxtail-shaped nugs covered with dark amber hairs and dusted with tiny milky white trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Ultra Sonja
Ultra Sonja is a savory and sweet concoction of cream and sweet as you inhale. Hints of tropical and fruits will be revealed as its smoke spread through your body.
Its cerebral and body high brings euphoria, happiness, mood lifts, and giggles. A tingling sensation will make you inspired and stimulated while your body bathes in total relaxation. In higher doses, it may cause couch-lock. This is ideally used in the afternoon or in the nighttime.
Medical Benefits of Ultra Sonja
Medically speaking, Ultra Sonja is helpful in the management of pain, muscle spasms, inflammation, migraines, depression, stress, and anxiety.
Its therapeutic properties include analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, stimulant, and relaxant effects.
Negative Effects of Ultra Sonja.
Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are side effects manifested from Ultra Sonja. To remedy this, hydration is the key. Drinking lots of fluids will lessen the negative effects. An eye moisturizer to soothe those eyes can be helpful too.
Dizziness or headaches along with anxiety, occur on rare occasions. This is experienced by novices who have a low tolerance to the strain. It is temporary and goes away after some time.
Growing Ultra Sonja
Ultra Sonja thrives both indoors and outdoors. It likes a humid, Mediterranean-like climate. Appearance-wise, it grows tall and branches out. You may need to be trim it back early on to avoid overcrowding.
Ultra Sonja blossoms around 9 to 10 weeks when grown indoors. It can be expected to yield an estimated harvest of 14 ounces per square meter. Outdoors, you can expect a yield of 18 ounces per plant. Harvest comes around mid-October.