Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: Viper has a severely delayed effect that causes many users to write it off as a low-potency strain. However, after around 20 minutes, this sativa unleashes an effect that causes upbeat feelings, and aids immensely with migraines and other inflammation.
Viper was created by using two landrace sativa varieties. This crossing produced a strain with incredible cerebral effects and excellent flavors. The aroma and flavor is of fresh citrus and berries, with a spicy and fruity aftertaste. The aftertaste lingers on the tongue for quite some time after smoking. Unfortunately, Viper does not have very good density, but is covered with an above average amount of trichomes, contrasted against bright-orange pistils. Look for eighths of this strain to range between $45 and $55 in most dispensaries.
Unlike most other 100% sativa varieties, Viper isn't going to take 3 or 4 months to flower. Instead, Viper will be ready for harvesting after a very reasonable 10 to 11 weeks of indoor flowering. It's recommended to vegetate viper no more than a month, when growing indoors. Outdoor gardeners will see a harvest by the middle of October. Viper will thrive in a greenhouse and has a good resistance to mildew and mold. These ladies have a relatively high calyx-to-leaf ratio and will prefer being fed moderate nutrient levels.
Please login to leave a review.