backwoods whisky is a relatively easy to grow and is recommended for newcomers to cannabis cultivation. The strain has the advantage of being naturally resistant to molds . And other pests, but growers will have to ensure consistent sunlight . And a constant daytime temperature between 72 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
backwoods grows well indoors in soil, but may have a higher yield if grown in hydroponic solution. The strain flowers between 8 and 9 weeks when gropwn indoors and is ready for harvest outdoors in early October. Though the yield for the plants of this strain is typically lower . From 32 to 35 grams (or 1 to 1.2 ounces) per square foot . The quality of the flowers is very high.
Growers should be sure to properly cure the mature buds . By hanging them upside down for about a week in a room. That maintains 50% humidity and a consistent temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit. And then sealing the dried buds in wide-mouthed jars. In a room with a temperature of 70 degrees ,Fahrenheit and 60-65% humidity.
Unusually for such an indica-heavy strain, this woods high begins with a warped, disoriented sensation in the head. This fogginess, however, gives way to a more expected body melt that intensifies as the high wears on. Although not necessarily energized, smokers can maintain mental focus and converse or perform tasks as needed. Mostly, users will experience heavy, slow-breathing relaxation and a palpable sense of physical comfort.
Couchlock is uncommon, leaving users functional and alert. This woods medical uses are mental as well as physical . It can provide some relief from anxiety and depression in addition to soothing chronic, deep-seated aches and pains. In large enough doses, it can serve as treatment for insomnia as well. Many users describe increased appetite as a common side effect. Well-suited to nighttime or lazy daytime use, this woods stimulation of both body and mind makes it great for activities that involve both — including, but not limited to, exercise and sex.
This is a very resinous strain — a coating of white trichomes covers the colorful leaves. The flowers have a vague aroma of coffee or cocoa, with some slight fruitiness beneath. When burnt, backwoods whisky smells more hashy and spicy, as might be expected of a wood with smoke that is fairly harsh and cough-inducing. Notably, this is one strain whose purple flowers . Do not result in a grape-like taste: the pigments that determine this strain color do not affect flavor. The taste is mostly dank, with some sweetness and a peppery kick in the exhale. This is also a particularly pungent strain — users concerned about discretion should plan accordingly.