Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: While many users enjoy a pleasantly upbeat effect, some experience intense paranoia and anxiety that can last longer than an hour for some users. When using this strain for the first time it's best to take a toke or two, wait 15 or 20 minutes and see how the effects are.
While the buds may lack density, they tend to be huge and absolutely caked in frosty-white trichomes. Aromas are of freshly squeezed lemons, as well as Haze and pepper. The flavor is of citrus with undertones of mint and Haze. For those wishing to cultivate Nigerian Yoruba, they will be able to do so in a variety of environments and mediums, so long as there is moderate to heavy humidity, as well as temperatures that don't fall below 45 degrees Fahrenheit. When cultivating these ladies outdoors in more arid environments, a greenhouse is strongly recommended, to provide some much-needed humidity. Flowering times when indoors should be around 11 to 12 weeks, while outdoor plants will likely be ready for harvest by the first week of November, when grown in the Northern Hemisphere.
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