Dairy Queen Strain
Dairy Queen, also known as DQ is a unique 60/40 sativa hybrid strain created by TGA Subcool Seeds. Its potency runs through taste, touch, flavor, and aroma. A cross between Cheese, Romulan, and Cindy 99, this marijuana strain is extremely high in resin and long-lasting. With advanced smokers, Dairy Queen’s potency can have a person wanting to use their creative side. Heighten senses and the need to talk to someone will affect you. Dairy Queen’s medical benefits work with a variety of ailments including pain and stress. While potent and pungent, this strain has a below average yield.
MedicalANXIETY NAUSEA PAIN
FlavorCHEESE SWEET VANILLA
EffectsRELAXED EUPHORIC HAPPY
Overview of Dairy Queen
Dairy Queen tests as high as 28% in THC, .69% in CBD and .5% in CBN. Its phenotype is unknown but rumored to possibly consist of Wild Bushes and a Cheese profile. This strain is split 60/40 Sativa dominant, popular for the large amounts of resin the Cheese, Romulan, and Cindy 99 strain have given it.
The higher the dosage, the more sedated you become especially with novice smokers. It’s an odd strain with an extremely pungent aroma of cherry and cheese, remanence of cheesecake with a woody ting. Its taste, similar to its aroma is filled with sweet fruit and cheese with a pine undertone.
Dairy Queen has multiple appearances because it has three different structures. The main flower is mildly dense, medium to large, and cylindrical shaped. It will stick to your fingers when breaking because of the exploding resin. Dairy Queen is medium green colored layered with bushy dark green leaves, frosty crystals, and rust colored hairs. Its physical characteristics will remind you more of an indica flower.
Potential Positive Effects of Dairy Queen
Using Dairy Queen has multiple effects and depends on the dosage and level. Both novice smokers and regular users will feel the euphoric effects. But even for an expert, low dosage is still recommended.
Beginners who use high dosages will find themselves sedated and couch locked. Maybe the need to take a nap. Regular users find themselves just on the relaxed side. More easy-going and talkative. During this time, people will find themselves looking for a creative outlet.
Potential Medical Effects of Dairy Queen
Dairy Queen’s effect changes as the dosage increases, there’s an array of medical benefits. Low dosages help stress, panic attacks, and depression. As the dosage increases, the benefits increase as well. High dosages help with insomnia, headaches, and anxiety. It is also said to be an appetite stimulant.
Potential Negative Effects of Dairy Queen
Like many strains, the effects of smoking Dairy Queen can cause dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, and headaches. Because of its potent combination, if this strain is burned too long, you may find yourself with a stinging feeling in your sinuses.
Lineage of Dairy Queen
The Cheese clone is a classic strain bred from the UK. It is a leafy flower with a medium green base and covered in frosty white and purple crystals. Cheese is a 50/50 hybrid with a THC level reaching up to 19%. It can be grown indoors and outdoors but doesn’t produce a high yield. It must be harvested in late September outdoors and 7-8 weeks indoors.
The Romulan strain is pure indica created after a name of a Star Trek humanoid race, Romulans. It’s a dense medium green bud with dark green leaves covered with frosty crystals and orange hairs. Its THC levels reaches as high as 20% and also contains 1% CBD. Both indoor and outdoor, it has a below average yield and must be grown in warm, dry, outdoor climate. Romulan has a high resistance to common diseases.
Cindy 99 is a high sativa strain with up to 22% THC and 2% CBD. This fluffy green bud is covered in frosty crystals and bright orange hairs. It’s best to grow outdoors as it yields 35oz per plant. Growing indoors only yields 16oz per square meters. It’s a short plant that needs a lot of sunshine to grow for 7-8 weeks indoors and needs to be harvested late September outdoors.
Growing Dairy Queen
Dairy Queen grows well indoors and outdoors. The best way to grow is with large top bushes to prevent stretching. Be cautious growing outside as its smell is extremely pungent. It is suggested to grow indoors if concerned about the smell. Both areas produce a medium yield.
Indoor growing takes about 49-63 days and grow medium height, but wide as well. The flower results are high in resin. Yielding is average. Not for beginners or even moderate growers.
Flowers grown outdoors need to be harvested by late September. It’s important to trim the leaves that block the sun. Temperatures must be between 72-80 degrees and can grow over 1 meter tall.