Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: This strain is aptly named, due to the spicy, lemon taste that comes through, and the shining, glistening and colorful trichromes, resembling a 1970's disco ball.
Spicy Disco is a strain that is thus-far only found in San Jose. This marvelous cross of Jack Herer, OG Kush and Lemon Joy creates a fresh, musky, spicy and piney flavor with a sativa-dominant effect. These buds are rather on the dense side and give off a powerful aroma that can be smelled from a room away when a jar is opened in most houses. Spicy Disco has short, rusty-orange pistils that are canvassed against medium-green foliage.
Spicy Disco will require a minimum of a month of vegetation if a decent yield is to be had. However, if these ladies are vegetated for 4 - 6 weeks indoors, most growers can expect a yield over 2 ounces per plant. Spicy Disco has shown to be particularly sensitive to over and under watering and will require precise nearly on-the-hour watering. This does not mean water them every hour, but that they should be watered at precisely the same time ever 2 to 3 days, depending on the conditions of the grow room.
For those of us who are particularly concerned with the potency of strains, you’ll be pleased to know that Spicy Disco has been tested at nearly 22% THC, but has a relatively low CBD content. This bud will send you on a 2-hour journey of spiritual enlightenment that will create positive thoughts and soothing medicinal aspects for patients suffering from anxiety, depression, migraines, asthma and more.