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La Musa


La Musa Pot Strain
  • Classification: Ruderalis/Indica/Sativa
  • Parents: Belladonna x Alaskan Ruderalis
  • Growing Environment: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Garden Skills: Beginner
  • Flowering Time: 9 - 10 weeks (Seed to Harvest)
  • Yield: Moderate
  • THC Range: 8% - 9%
  • Medical Uses: Inflammation, pain relief, nausea
  • Breeder: Delicious Seeds
  • Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The effect comes on quite rapidly, lasting anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes. This is a good strain for daytime users, as it will not overpower most smokers. The effect is mostly a body high, with some cerebral stimulation occurring.

    Many users are initially fooled by these buds, as they have absolutely incredible bag appeal. The nugs are tightly-formed, dense and covered with a thick coating of trichomes. Flavors and aromas are of cocoa and licorice, evoking a true sense of wonder upon the taste palate. However, the potency is known to be mediocre, at best and the outward appearance is no indication of the potency of La Musa.

    As a ruderalis variety, La Musa will immediately commence flowering, upon germination. Most gardeners like to utilize these ladies in a Sea of Green garden, where the yield can reach five or six ounces per square meter. This may not seem like much, but is actually well above average, as far as ruderalis strains are concerned. Feeding La Musa moderate to low levels of nutrients seems to produce the best results, as they can be somewhat prone to nute burn. They're also prone to powdery mildew, so greenhouse cultivation is not recommended, unless in a considerably arid environment.


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