The well-balanced hybrid cannabis strain Manitoba produces lovely jade-colored, purple-hued buds that are round and compact. Its scent and flavor are earthy yet cheesy, with undertones of floral perfume.
Its exact THC levels currently remain unknown, but its high is known to be immediately effective and long-lasting. Manitoba Poison’s high is described as soothing for both body and mind, with reviewers enjoying its ability to help with insomnia and muscle spasms (restless leg syndrome). Stresses of the day melt away and the consumer is left in a state of euphoric relaxation good for vegging out on the couch or preparing for bedtime.
Negative effects of this strain include paranoia and dizziness if consumed incorrectly, with dry mouth and eyes being normal.
Manitoba Poison rarely grows over four feet in height and produces its best yields outdoors.
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Manitoba Poison was first bred by Great White North who has kept the parent strains a mystery, though it’s believed to have genetics stemming from the indica African.