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Sativa Hybrid

Skunk, Cinderella 99, x Jack Herer

Amnesia Strain

The Amnesia strain is a popular sativa-hybrid that is rumored to have emerged from Amsterdam coffee shops. Different breeders have tackled the Amnesia strain and, therefore, there are a lot of Amnesia varieties in international cannabis markets. The strain's giddy high is powerful enough to induce the giggles and happy hysteria. Amnesia is generally recommended for daytime use and for social situations.

Medical

medicinal use Stress

STRESS

medicinal use Pain - Chronic

PAIN - CHRONIC

medicinal use Depression

DEPRESSION

Flavor

strain flavor Earthy

EARTHY

strain flavor Sweet

SWEET

strain flavor Citrus

CITRUS

Effects

strain effect Happy

HAPPY

strain effect Relaxed

RELAXED

strain effect Uplifted

UPLIFTED
Amnesia first popped into the cannabis scene in Amsterdam coffee shops. The sativa-dominant strain is relatively easy to grow and a ready favorite among growers and ganjapreneurs. Amnesia's plants are medium-sized but produce a large bounty of dense, compacted buds (often coated in resin). Dinafem Seeds claims that they produced the Original Amnesia strain while other international growers have attempted to create a similarly quality product. Other breeders have created Amnesia varieties from strains like Skunk, Jack Herer, and Cinderella 99. Dinafem seeds claims that the Original Amnesia is the number 1 coffee shop hybrid strain of Holland. Amnesia possesses award-winning genetics and varieties by different breeders frequently tops the High Times Cannabis Cup winners list.

The Dutch growers claim that the original Amnesia strain is a sativa-dominant strain bred with a 70% sativa and 30% indica genetic breakdown. Few cannabis sources attribute Haze and Northern Lights as Amnesia's parent strains. The connection between Haze's potent THC range, which regularly clocks in around 20%, and Northern Light's heavy coating of resin. However, other industry experts attribute Jack Herer, Cinderella 99, and Skunk as Amnesia's genetic heritage. Throughout international cannabis markets, it seems that different growers have bred their own unique twists on the Amnesia strain. Amnesia, original or otherwise, is also a popular choice for breeders to cross with. Popular offshoots of Amnesia include Amnesia Haze and Amnesia Lemon.

Despite the strain's contested lineage, Amnesia's effects are decidedly sativa. When smoked, Amnesia should make a user feel uplifted, happy, relaxed, giggly, and creative. The strain's sativa buzz eventually translates into a heavier body stone. Amnesia varieties often have an earthy taste that's punctuated with a bit of citrusy sweetness. First hand reports also note levels of lemon,haze, incense, and spice. Due to the strain's relatively balanced high, most versions of Amnesia strains are fairly sociable and ideal for sharing. However, due to the strain's contested lineage and the number of versions in the market, Amnesia's effects vary from each breeder and region.

Medical patients enlist Amnesia to treat physical and mental symptoms of stress, pain, depression, headaches, fatigue, and anxiety. Patients also say that Amnesia can effectively help treat nausea and migraine.

Amnesia plants often reach a moderate height around 3.5 meters. It is relatively easy to grow and a productive plant to have in your indoor and outdoor greenhouse. Dinafem feminized seeds of the strain are available online. Generally, it takes the strain around 65 days to flower when grown indoors. Outdoor plants will be ready to harvest by the end of October. When grown indoors, Amnesia plants can yield up to 600 grams per square meter. When grown outdoors, the strain's production capacity doubles and can reach 1200 grams per square meter of plant.

Amnesia buds should have a seductive coating of resin crystals. The strain's jar appeal is further enhanced by its multi-hued green coat and packed hairs.

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