Yo, what’s good? The name’s Dan and I’m here to give you the lowdown on one of the most mysterious strains out there – Frankenstein. This is some powerful stuff, with a mix of different effects, scents, and tastes that will leave you feeling mystified. It’s got some insane THC content, so this ain’t no game for beginners. But for those who can handle it, Frankenstein is perfect for dealing with inflammation and pain.
Let’s break this down a bit more. Frankenstein has got some serious flavors going on. You’ve got citrus, earthy, fruity, sweet, and tropical all up in there. And when it comes to common usage, this strain is great for anxiety, chronic pain, cramping, depression, sleep issues, and stress. It’s got a body high that’ll numb you out, but also a calming effect that’ll keep you uplifted.
Now when it comes to growing Frankenstein, you can do it indoors or outdoors with clippings. But you better be patient because harvesting doesn’t happen until after 8 weeks. If you’re looking to cop some seeds for this strain, hit up Homegrown Cannabis Co.
But let’s get back to the real question – what is Frankenstein? This is an indica-dominant hybrid that packs a punch with its high THC levels. As for its lineage? Well that’s where things get murky. There are all sorts of rumors about what went into making this strain. Some say it’s a cross between a Pacific Northwest indica and Maui Waui. Others claim it comes from OG Kush with Chemdawg and Hindu Kush mixed in. All we know is that Frankenstein has been used to create Dankenstein, Cascadia Kush, and Copper Kush.
One thing’s for sure – Frankenstein hits hard and fast. You’ll feel relaxed in your limbs and your eyes, and that tension will melt away in no time. But don’t go overboard or you might find yourself experiencing some crazy visual or auditory distortions. And while it might make you feel a bit foggy, you’ll still be in control of your mental faculties. In fact, this strain is great for socializing as it can lift your mood and even give you fits of giggles.
The smell of Frankenstein is strong, with piney, herbal, and minty scents that are hard to miss. So if you’re trying to keep things on the down-low, you might want to invest in a sploof. But once you grind up those buds, get ready for a hash and spice aroma that’s going to blow your mind. And when it comes to appearance, Frankenstein has medium-sized flowers that look like spades with pistils that are rust-colored and leaves that are mossy green.
Now if you’re looking to grow Frankenstein, good luck finding seeds for this one commercially. You’ll need to get a cutting from a mature female plant and then cultivate it indoors or outdoors. It’s a moderate yield at harvest time, but make sure you dry and cure it properly so you can get the full skunky and piney flavors.
With THC content that ranges from 13% to 29%, Frankenstein is not for the faint of heart. You’ll likely only find about 0.1% or less of CBD in this strain. But for MMJ patients dealing with insomnia, chronic pain, depression, anxiety or even lupus or fibromyalgia, Frankenstein can be a real lifesaver. Just make sure not to go overboard or you could experience some adverse effects like dry mouth, red eyes, or even freak out if you’re a novice user.
So there you have it – Frankenstein in all its mysterious glory. While we may never know its true origins, one thing’s for sure – this strain packs a punch that you won’t forget anytime soon. So if you’re looking for something powerful to help you deal with pain and inflammation, give Frankenstein a try. Just make sure to use it wisely, my friends.