G-13 Diesel

Marijuana Strain Description

G-13 Diesel Clones

How G-13 Diesel Clones Grow

Type:  Hybrid
Height:  +4 feet
Branches:  Bushy
Flowering:  9 Weeks
Yield:  +3oz/plant
Environment:  Indoor
Difficulty: Medium
Color:  Forrest Green
Buds:  Tight

G-13 Diesel Strain Description

G-13 Diesel is a popular hybrid strain that is a cross between the two parent plants, G-13 and Sour Diesel. It provides both a full body and mental high like that of a true hybrid, balancing out a sense of physical relaxation with an uplifting motivation and energy. Because of this combined effect many users prefer this strain in multiple scenarios whether it might be increasing one's appetite and enjoying a relaxing evening on the couch. Coming from its parent Sour Diesel, this strain has a similar strong, potent smell that is also combined with hints of citrus. It is a solid choice for beginners and normally starts flowering at roughly 9 weeks in, producing high yields for growers.

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G-13 Diesel Clones

Hybrid Marijuana Attributes

Mild Euphoria
Higher THC/CBD Ratio
Treats Most Conditions
Medicate Anytime

G-13 Diesel Clones Helps Treat

Insomnia
Muscle Spasms
Seizures
Arthritis
Headaches/Migraines
ADHD
Stress/Anxiety


Medical Effects

G-13 Diesel Clones For Sale
Medical Effects Patient Experience
Stress
Chronic Pain
Depression
Relaxation
Euphoria
Insomnia
Headaches
Happiness
Appetite
Energy

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