Hybrid

Hell's Fire

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About this Hybrid Strain

If you’re looking for a strain to stimulate creativity that may also provide stress relief, then Hell’s Fire might be a match for you. Some of Hell's Fire consumers have reported that this strain helped stimulate their thinking and reduce body aches and chronic pain. They found it helped them navigate hands-on projects and enhanced their social interactions. Some, however, noted that they become too sleepy to engage in activities.

The Hell’s Fire cannabis strain is a cross between Rascal’s OG Kush and San Fernando Valley OG Kush, which is also known as SFV OG Kush. Both of these parent strains can be potent, and Hell’s Fire THC levels have been shown to reach levels close to 30%.

When you pick up a batch of Hell’s Fire strain, it’s easy to notice its strong scent of citrus and diesel. This scent can fill the room. On the exhale, you might notice a sweet lemony diesel flavor.

The cured nuggets of Hell’s Fire tend to look lumpy and shaped like large flakes of popcorn. They’re forest green and yellow with orange-hued pistils.


Lineage

Hybrid Hell's Fire
OG Kush - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid OG Kush
Hindu Kush - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica Hindu Kush
Chemdawg - Sativa Cannabis Strain
Sativa Chemdawg
Nepalese Origin
Thai Origin
Indica SFV OG Kush
Indica Afghani
Afghani Origin
OG Kush - Hybrid Cannabis Strain
Hybrid OG Kush
Hindu Kush - Indica Cannabis Strain
Indica Hindu Kush
Chemdawg - Sativa Cannabis Strain
Sativa Chemdawg
Nepalese Origin
Thai Origin

Frequently Asked Questions About Hell's Fire

What is Hell's Fire?

Hell’s Fire weed is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain that reviewers say they have used to enhance creativity and relieve the body of aches and stress. Some have fallen asleep while using this strain.

What does Hell's Fire mean?

This strain’s name possibly comes from its reportedly potent effects and scent.

Where does Hell's Fire come from?

Hell’s Fire comes from crossing SFV OG with Rascal’s OG Kush.

What does Hell's Fire taste like?

Hell’s Fire tastes of sweet lemons and diesel.

What does Hell's Fire smell like?

The scent of Hell’s Fire tends to be similar to a mix of diesel and citrus.

What color does Hell's Fire have?

The cured nuggets of Hell’s Fire tend to look lumpy and shaped like large flakes of popcorn. They’re forest green and yellow with orange-hued pistils.

What effects does Hell's Fire have?

Reviewers of this strain explain they have felt relief from body aches and chronic pain as their cerebral activity enhanced. Creativity in both conversation and in hands-on projects increased for them, though some did become too sleepy to engage in activities.

Is Hell's Fire and Indica, Sativa or Hybrid?

Hell’s Fire is an Indica-dominant hybrid.


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