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Sativa Hybrid

P75 x Genius

Apollo 13 Strain

Apollo 13 provides a rare opportunity for users. Bred by Brothers Grimm, this sativa-dominant strain will leave you wondering if gravity still exists. It is said that only 500 seeds were created from the original plant, so if you get your hands on the original seeds, don't let them go. This strain, a cross between Genius and Princess 75, lends itself to creativity while providing an uplifting feeling and the sense of energy and euphoria. The long-lasting high in this strain, coupled with its slow rise, result in a psychedelic and spacey head high. The herbal flavor leaves a tea and skunk aftertaste followed by a pungent earthy, spicy scent with a citrus fruity undertone.

- Flavor -

strain flavor Sweet
SWEET
strain flavor Fruity
FRUITY
strain flavor Citrus
CITRUS

- Effects -

strain effect Euphoric
EUPHORIC
strain effect Aroused
AROUSED
strain effect Focused
FOCUSED

Overview of Apollo 13


Apollo 13 comes in medium to large sticky buds with rusty hairs and purple crystals. It contains around 13.48% THC and 0.21% CBD. This strain is 85% sativa. Its terpenes are comprised mostly of 3.52% linalool. Furthermore, marijuana consumers should be aware that there is also an indica-dominant version that goes by the same name.


Potential Positive Effects


Creativity and energy are the feelings you will have using this strain. While exciting your dopamine levels, it provides the focus needed to get a task done. All of this comes with an underlying relaxation. It gives a user an all-around great day.


Potential Negative Effects


This strain also produces some of the common negative side effects that comes with many strains. This includes anxiety, dry mouth and eyes, headaches, or paranoia. Recently, it has been brought to consumers' attention that this strain may cause headaches as well.


Lineage of Apollo 13


Genius contains about 18% THC. Certain plants have more indica than others and grow medium to large. The bud is medium green covered with white crystals and spots of red hairs. The plants grow as high as 100 inches with yields of 18 ounces per plant. Allow 10 to 11 weeks for harvest.


Little is known about Princess 75, but it's said to have been the result of combining Princess and Princess 50. Although this strain's information is scare, if it helped create Apollo 13, it did a good job.


Growing Apollo 13


Apollo 13 produces a heavy yield and flowers after 7 to 8 weeks. It's best grown indoors, providing 12 to 16 ounces per square meter with a Sea of Green setup. It can be grown outdoors, providing 16 ounces or more per plant. But climate needs to be near perfect. Breeders have since created their own versions of the plant. It's recommended for new growers and yields large, sticky buds.


Where to Find Apollo 13


This strain is not everywhere, but it can be found between Massachusetts and Michigan all the way to Washington.




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