Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: A somewhat mild, but very medicinal and meditatively soothing effect is the staple of Didgeridoo. This strain creates a buzzing vibration sensation in the ears, perhaps alluding to its musical name.
Didgeridoo produces buds that are average, with regards to density and put off a tantalizing aroma of fresh cherries and hash. Flavors are floral, fruity and hashy, making for an excellent flavor palate. The overall effect is average, in terms of potency, but is highly medicinal and even spiritual, in many ways. The high lasts around a half-hour and produces a nice balance between cerebral and body effects.
This is a strain that the breeder recommends only to be cultivated indoors, as it is particularly sensitive to variations in the temperature. Gardeners are encouraged to vegetate these ladies around a month, before flipping the switch to flowering. Once in flower, they will be ready for harvest eight or nine weeks later, producing an average to heavy yield. Didgeridoo has shown to do considerably well when grown hydroponically and the yield can really improve, when cultivated in this type of medium.
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