Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: While the high from 1.3G is moderate, at best, it does have decent medicinal effects that can be suitable for treating moderate migraines, anorexia, nausea and more. Enjoy this one where it has gained popularity in the Pacific Northwest.The buds from 1.3G are most recognizable by their incredibly elongated structure, lavender/blue color and crimson pistils. As you can imagine these buds have absolutely incredible bag appeal. Unfortunately the potency is not nearly as good as the buds look, but it should still provide a moderate buzz that lasts around 45 minutes. This is a good daytime smoke for when productivity is desired. The flavors are of grape, pine and cherries, making it very pleasing for most smokers. Eighths of this are selling for around $35 to $40 in dispensaries in the Pacific Northwest. These ladies can grow fairly tall with a single, large cola and minimal side branching. With that said, it's best to vegetate them no longer than 4 weeks, preferably around 2 or 3 if height is a concern. When cultivated indoors in a 2-gallon pot they can produce an incredible 3 to 4 ounces of bud! Outdoors they can produce an immense 5 to 7 ounces, when grown in soil. They also do very well in cool, damp outdoor climates, such as British Columbia, Washington and Oregon. These ladies will flower for a very brief 6 or 8 weeks and have a moderate calyx-to-leaf ratio. During weeks 5 - 8 of flowering they turn a vibrant mix of purple, crimson and orange, making them an incredible sight to behold.
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