Ash Strain Review

Ash, which is an acronym of Afghani Skunk Haze, is created by Sensi Seeds and Mr. Nice seeds (Shantibaba). The effects of Ash can make the user feel happy and relaxed. Its high is also considered to be a creeper since it washes over you gradually and has a numbing effect. Don’t be deceived by its name, since the flowers and buds of this plant don’t smell anything like “ash”. Instead, it gives you lemony fragrance and tangy flavors.

Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid, 70% Indica / 30% Sativa

Flowering: 9 to 11 weeks

Climate:  Cold to warm climate

Yield: Medium

Flavors: Skunky, pungent, flowery, berry, fruity

THC Level: 15% to 20%

Height: Medium to tall

Growing Difficulty: Easy

What are the Effects of Ash?

The effects of this strain are more of a physical than cerebral. Ash can deliver a punch and can give excellent euphoric high. It is said that Ash is not for beginners since it has strong sedative effects. Users will feel sleepy after the effects gradually fade away. Ash can also give the user a hazy and dreamy feeling.

What are the Medical Benefits of Ash?

Ash is an astounding strain that is known to relieve muscular tension and spasm. Appetite stimulation is also one of the best medical effects of Ash. Since it can help unclutter your mind, Ash can help in soothing anxiety, stress, and even depression. Because of its numbing buzz, this strain is also great for relieving headaches, cramps, and chronic pain.

What are the Negative Effects That You Can Expect from Ash?

Known negative effects of Ash include dizziness, nausea, dryness of the eyes, and mouth.

Tips for Growing Ash

Ash is best grown using coco, organic, or hydro mediums. It doesn’t matter whether you are an advanced or a beginner in cannabis cultivation, Ash is very easy to grow. There is no need for you to worry that much about molds and disease since it is a sturdy and resilient strain. You can also choose to grow Ash both indoors and outdoors. It is recommended that the cannabis gardener expose Ash plants to cold nighttime temperatures. And so make sure that you keep track of the temperature in your grow room when planting Ash indoors.