The indica cannabis strain Early Girl emits a light, sweet, citrus smell and taste that’s also quite earthy. Its harvest-ready buds are an olive green in color and bare small brown pistils with a thin layer of trichomes.
The parent strains of Early Girl are a cross between the indica Afghani, sativa Mexican, and indica South Asian. It was first bred under the care of Sensei Seeds.
THC levels of this strain normally reach between 12%-18%. Its high is known to be euphoric, starting with a slight head rush that mellows the mood and eases into a body high that feels like a warming sensation. As it relaxes, it fails to produce a couch-lock like many indicas are known to do. Reviewers have noted it can cause small fits of giggles and increase appetite. It relieves stress and is a good choice for novice consumers because of its light effects. Some have noted its ability to alleviate social stresses. If too much is consumed, it will cause sleepiness.
Your normal side-effects include dry mouth and eyes, with some claiming slight fits of paranoia, dizziness, or anxiousness to ensue of improperly consumed.
Early Girl flowers within seven to eight weeks.
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