The well-balanced hybrid cannabis strain Odyssey produces dense, deep green buds that bare fiery orange pistils and thick resin. It tastes and smells of sweet candy with undertones of pine and sometimes strawberries.
The THC content of Odyssey averages at 14% with some crops reaping in with 22%. After initial consumption, the high will begin with a rush to the head before spreading throughout the body with a warming effect. It will uplift the spirits while keeping your head clear, focused, and energized for deep thought. However, this feeling will eventually fade into a sedative effect that produces a full body stone/relaxation. Its high has been described as perfect for combating night terrors and insomnia due to its ability to cause sleepiness. For many, it will also induce the munchies. Reviewers have noted Odyssey creates a smooth high.
Besides dry eyes, Odyssey can cause headaches if consumed improperly. Some have reported short bouts of paranoia.
It takes seven to eight weeks for Odyssey to flower.
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Odyssey first blossomed in San Francisco, becoming popularized in the Bay area. It’s a cross between the indica Afghani and sativa Cat Piss.