Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: The flavor of Waldo is sour, fruity and reminiscent of a dark, damp basement. The effect is a pleasant mix of cerebral and body stimulation.
Despite common misconception, this indica-dominant strain is not named after the fleeting fictional children’s book character. Rather, a patient and friend of breeders at Apothecary is the namesake of this extraordinary cannabis. A cross of Pez and Purple Cherry, the buds are large and dense, boasting elongated white pistils that completely envelope the green and frosted bud underneath.
Apothecary made this strain able to thrive in nearly any growing environment, even in colder climates. These gigantic ladies reach anywhere from 7 feet to 14 feet when grown outdoors. To achieve a ridiculously heavy yield of up to 16 pounds, it is recommended to vegetate Waldo indoors and then move outdoors for flowering. When cultivated indoors, she reaches around 3 feet at finish with diameter of the plant often being equal to or greater than the height of the plant. As with many strains, she much prefers an organic growing medium and to be fed organic nutrients. She flowers between 54 and 64 days and gives off a sweet and spicy aroma around week 5 of maturity.
The flavor of Waldo is hash-like, musty, fruity, sour and spicy. Many patients are taken aback by the incredible smoke expansion this indica-dominant strain unleashes. While she’s 75% indica, there is a notable cerebral high occurring that is only slightly outdone by the buzzing body stone provided by this bud. This is a great strain for assisting with stress, eating disorders, glaucoma, pain relief, arthritis and more.