The fluffy nugs plucked from Mother’s Helper give off a pungent skunky scent combined with blueberries. This hybrid cannabis plant tastes much like it smells, though the sweetness from the berry notes is a little more pronounced than the funk and woody essences suggested by the scent.
Mother’s Helper truly can lend a helping hand to social users and patients alike struggling with lack of focus or attention deficits. The cerebral effects from this cultivar provides a shot of pure energy to the skull, sweeping the thoughts with uplifting waves of euphoria coupled with contentment and relaxation. This strain may provide excellent clarity while elevated, making it a good daytime strain for those seeking relief from minor pains, nausea, depression, exhaustion, or headaches.
Common side effects from Mother’s Helper include a case of the jitters, anxiety, or slight paranoia, especially with higher doses.
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This strain is a cross between Northern Lights #1 and Chocolope. Lab results show it tends to range between 17-25% THC.