Athabasca Strain Review

Athabasca is a cross between the very famous Jack the Ripper and Harlequin strains. Experienced cannabis users may find this strain a little weak because it only has 1% level of THC. But for beginners, Athabasca is a perfect strain since it delivers enough subtle psychedelic high. Athabasca is definitely one of the best strains out there for people who wanted to chill, sit back, and relax. And because it has high levels of CBD, this strain is perfect for treating numbers of medical conditions.

Type: Indica-Dominant Hybrid, 80% Indica / 20% Sativa

Flowering: 8 to 10 weeks

Climate:  Temperate to warm climate

Yield: Medium to high

Flavors: Apple, berry, chemical, spicy, pepper, fruity

THC Level: 1%

Height: Medium to tall

Growing Difficulty: Moderate

What are the Effects of Athabasca?

Athabasca is great for marijuana lovers who wanted to experience a level-headed high. You will also experience a mellow and soothing body high after smoking it. You also feel like your whole body has become more relaxed and can make you feel a little sleepy. Users may also feel a little bit lazy once the effects start kicking in.

 What are the Medical Benefits of Athabasca?

Athabasca leaves users free from muscle spasms and tensions. Patients who are suffering from fibromyalgia, epilepsy, seizure, arthritis and chronic pain can take advantage of the relaxing and soothing effects of Athabasca. Athabasca is also a great medical strain that can help people who have ADD or ADHD and even those who have gastrointestinal problems.

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

Two of the most common side effects that you will experience after smoking Athabasca is dryness of eyes and mouth. Mild headaches and slight dizziness may also be felt by the user.

Tips for Growing Athabasca

Athabasca is a highly resilient strain and so you won’t have to worry too much about molds or powdery mildew. If you are planning to grow Athabasca outdoors, then make sure that you check the climate first. This strain healthily grows and develops in a warm to a temperate climate. Another awesome thing about Athabasca is that it requires minimal maintenance and can be grown even in small spaces.