This virtually pure indica (~100% indica) can be spotted by its oblong, ovular flowers that bear a rich, dark green hue. A quick pinch will reveal these sticky Space Dawg buds are slathered in oily trichomes. The smell from this cannabis plant is similar to a chamomile herbal tea with hints of grape skins and skunk tail. When exhaled the smoke tastes distinctly of raw berries.
So what’s it good for? One thing Space Dawg can do for pretty much everybody is bring on the munchies. Consumers with issues keeping down food, wrestling with nausea, or even working up an appetite may want to try this strain, according to some reviewers. It may also work well for treating muscle tension, spasms, cramps, headaches, migraines, and other forms of pain.
Common side effects from Space Dawg include red eyes and cottonmouth. High doses may cause dizziness, paranoia, anxiety, or headaches.
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By crossing Super Snow Dog with Space Queen, TGA Subcool Seeds produced a strain that lab tests put at 18-23% THC. At those levels, this strain consistently sprouts buds more potent than average.