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Sativa Hybrid

Napali OG x Appalachia

Mother's Milk Strain

Mother's Milk is an uncommon sativa-dominant hybrid with an old-school lineage. Its high is balanced and is well suited for a variety of consumers. This strain has a rare combination of terpenes which make for a distinct flavor profile. Consumers describe the taste of Mother's Milk as earthy, creamy, with a lemon undertone. The combination of aromas and flavors catch many consumers by surprise. This strain is popular amongst the cannabis community for its unusual characteristics. Due to its sativa-dominant genetics, Mother's Milk is best for a morning or mid-day smoke session

- Flavor -

strain flavor Citrus
CITRUS
strain flavor Earthy
EARTHY
strain flavor DIesel
DIESEL

- Effects -

strain effect Euphoric
EUPHORIC
strain effect Relaxed
RELAXED
strain effect Spacey
SPACEY

Overview of Mother's Milk


Mother's Milk is an intriguing sativa-dominant strain with quite the genetics. It has a low THC content of around 13 percent to 17 percent THC. Mother's Milk may not be the most potent, but its stellar flavor and balanced high make it popular amongst a variety of consumers and patients.


This strain does not provide the effects commonly associated with a sativa-dominant. Mother's Milk is a rounded hybrid which makes it helpful for a multitude of therapeutic uses. Overall, Mother's Milk is a hidden gem in the cannabis market and should be on any consumer's list of must-try strains.





Positive Effects of Mother's Milk


The effects of Mother's Milk are somewhat shocking with its genetics. While it does initially start out as an uplifting and euphoric high, it quickly follows with a relaxing body high. Some consumers even report the strain being sedating in high doses.


Negative Effects of Mother's Milk


The adverse effects of Mother's Milk are mild. Its balanced effects keep the strain from being jittery or causing fatigue. The most common adverse effects are red eyes and cotton mouth.


The Lineage of Mother's Milk


Mother's Milk has a classic set of parents which combined to produce a fine cannabis child. Mother's Milk is a cross between Nepali OG and an Appalachia strain. The unique pairing of these parents is why Mother's Milk is so rare.


Growing Mother's Milk


It is not the easiest strain to grow. Mother's Milk can be a sensitive strain which requires more attention than other strains. Nevertheless, it has a mild yield and does well in both indoor and outdoor environments. Beginning growers looking for a challenge would enjoy cultivating Mother's Milk. It produces pretty buds with a pungent mouth-watering aroma which any grower would appreciate.


Where to Find Mother's Milk


Mother's Milk is most abundant in Canadian Provinces. Occasionally, Mother's Milk pops up in Colorado and Oregon.


Check to see if a local dispensary near you has some Mother's Milk on their shelves, here!



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