Created by Mota Rebel genetics, Valley Ghash is a three-way cross between G13, Hash Plant, and Longbottom Leaf. It emits an aroma fragrance of pungent citrus blending in with lighter notes of sour and sweet. Broken apart, a soothing floral aroma reveals itself.
Valley Ghash grows neon green and medium-sized nugs once it matures. It has a heart shape and is tapered on one end. Slender dark orange hairs sparsely cover it along with dust of golden crystallized trichomes.
Flavor and Effects of Valley Ghash
Valley Ghash is a mix of fruit and tropical overtones. Combined with the taste of citrus are sweet berries and cheese. A skunky aftertaste lingers on the exhale.
It’s fast-acting cerebral high delivers euphoria and elevates your mood. You will feel happy and hungry. A tingling sensation in your body creeps in envelops you in total relaxation without a couch lock.
Medical Benefits of Valley Ghash
Medically speaking, Valley Ghash is an effective analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, relaxant, and appetite booster. It is used in the management of pain, stress, depression, spasms, eye pressure, insomnia, and loss of appetite.
Negative Effects of Valley Ghash.
Dry mouth and dry, itchy eyes are side effects manifested from cannabis-induced dehydration. This is normal, and drinking lots of fluids will wane it down. You can also use eye moisturizer drops to soothe those irritated red eyes.
Dizziness, along with anxiety, rarely occurs. If it happens, it would be temporary and goes away after some time.
Growing Valley Ghash
Thankfully, Valley Ghash’s seeds are made available online by its breeders. It thrives indoors and outdoors.
Indoors, growers should go for natural cultivation. It is best to use soil as a medium to bring out its fullest flavors. Outdoors, it can withstand sudden changes in temperature or climate because of its sturdy nature. Moreover, it gives flavorful and bountiful yields. However, do watch out for pests that may damage the plant.