Hy Hybrid THC 18-25

Dutch Treat


Overview:

The Dutch Treat marijuana strain has become a well-known name in Amsterdam coffee shops. Although its genetics are considered to be a mystery, it is believed to be an Indica-dominant hybrid with a 20:80 Sativa/Indica ratio. Its THC levels range from 18 to 25%, so it’s considered to be strong - but not too strong. Dutch Treat has a very distinctive and mouth-watering flavor. Its dense buds have a strong smell of sweet fruits, combined with a powerful pine and eucalyptus tree scent. Its intense lemon-pine flavor paves the way for sweet eucalyptus, with a slight undertone of sage. The Dutch Treat strain provides the user with a quick and strong cerebral high, causing feelings of euphoria, while at the same time having a powerful relaxing effect on the body. Some of the rare side effects include dryness of mouth and eyes, dizziness and occasional mild headaches. The Dutch Treat strain is mostly used by patients to treat stress, anxiety and depression. It has also been very effective in treating insomnia and reducing body aches and pains. This strain is highly recommended for ADHD, PTSD, migraines, and arthritis.

Strain Attributes:

Effects

Creative

Euphoric

Happy

Relaxed

Uplifted

Creative

Euphoric

Happy

Relaxed

Uplifted

Medical Uses

Depression

Headaches

Insomnia

Pain

Stress

Depression

Headaches

Insomnia

Pain

Stress

Negatives

Anxious

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache

Anxious

Dizzy

Dry Eyes

Dry Mouth

Headache


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