Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: While the high isn't going to overpower most users, it will provide a moderate body high, coupled with a less intense cerebral effect, lasting around an hour.
Uzbekistan produces medium-sized buds that have light-colored pistils in shades of yellow or orange. They have a light-green color with a moderate amount of trichomes and a smell that is noticeable from a long ways off. The flavor, which is similar to the aroma, is of citrus and pepper, making for a very unique and complex mixup. Eighths of Uzbekistan are usually seen for around $40 in most dispensaries.
These ladies grow up to 4 feet in height, when cultivated indoors and 5 feet when outdoors, making them one of the shorter hybrids around. They tend to branch out with many side branches and only one main cola. It's recommended to vegetate these ladies around a month or more, before forcing flowering. Once the switch is flipped they will flower briefly, for 7 to 8 weeks. Look for these ladies to produce low yields of moderately potent bud.