Green Poison Autoflower Marijuana Strain Specification
Type: Indica Genetics Parents: Early Skunk x Skunk Flowering Period: 7-9 Weeks Climate: Mediterranean Yield: 500 – 650 g/m2 (indoors) Flavors: Earthy, Floral, Fruity, Skunk THC Level: 15% – 20% CBD Level: Unknown Height: Unknown Harvest Period: October Growing Difficulty: Easy
What are the Flavor and Effects of Green Poison Autoflower Marijuana Strain?
This strain packs a potent punch with indica solid results in a small, sweet box. It entices you with an alluring soft floral fragrance tinged with pungent skunkiness and then strikes you hard with a bite of aromatic pine flavors tinged with a pungent skunk. THC concentrations in this bud range from around 15-20% on average, while CBD concentrations are less than 1%. The high takes a few hits to kick in before settling into a calm and uplifted humming state with mild tingling sensations in the brain. A gradually creeping body high would take over, leaving you totally stoned and highly disoriented. Green Poison’s combination of these properties with its relatively high THC content makes it suitable for treating patients with insomnia, muscle spasms, minor discomfort, and chronic stress or anxiety. Green Poison buds are shaped like long peppers and are wrapped in dark green leaves and fine amber hairs. Each nug is covered in tiny amber crystal trichomes and sticky sweet resin.
What are the Medical Benefits of Green Poison Autoflower Marijuana Strain?
Green Poison strain is beneficial in the treatment of behavioral and physical conditions. It has a slight sedative effect that eventually relaxes the mind. It has mood-altering properties that make it an effective treatment option for severe depression, fatigue, and anxiety. Anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties aid in muscle relaxation, chronic pain relief, and body pain reduction. It is effective in the treatment of sleep disturbances such as insomnia. Its a sedative and soothing effects aid in the relaxation of the mind and body, preparing for blissful sleep.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Green Poison Autoflower Marijuana Strain
Cottonmouth, dry eyes, dizziness, headache, and, on rare occasions, paranoia are some of the adverse side effects of Green Poison.
How to Grow Green Poison Autoflower Marijuana Strain
The plants are all very similar in size and shape, making Green Poison an ideal strain for SOG. Additionally, it has broad and flexible branches, making it a perfect example of a strain that responds well to SCROG growth. Further, the strain grows trichomes very early on, signaling that it will bloom into a potent, mature bud. This very high yielder is a hybrid with a robust Indica component but with long, versatile side branches that support the main cola. With its rapid flowering and robust development, this super-producer begins developing a dense canopy of buds only a few days after flowering begins. This strain produces an above-average yield. This equates to approximately 500-650 grams per square meter.