Get the Scoop on Now and Later – The Dopest Rare Hybrid Strain Out There!

Get the Scoop on Now and Later - The Dopest Rare Hybrid Strain Out There!

Yo, what’s up? My name is Dan and I’m here to talk to you about the Now and Later weed strain. This rare hybrid is also known as Now & Later or Now N Laterz, and it is one potent strain. It’s got an average THC content of 21%, but some reports say it can reach as high as 26%. Developed by the breeders Beyond Top Shelf, this bad boy is a cross between the indica-dominant Zkittlez and the sativa-dominant Abula.

Let’s get into the nitty-gritty of this baby. The terpene profile includes pinene, cymene, limonene, and terpinolene, but myrcene dominates. These terpenes work together to provide a whole host of therapeutic benefits. We’ll dive into those in a bit.

Now and Later is a creeper strain, meaning it takes a little while to hit you. You’ll feel the effects from the first inhale, but it starts as a hint before revealing its full power. You’ll experience an initial burst of euphoria that uplifts your mind and soul without increasing energy levels. This happiness leads to a sense of calm that washes over your body in waves until an intense tingling takes over.

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This strain will make you feel at ease, tranquil, and somewhat inspired. This soothing sensation eventually floods your mind and body until you’re relaxed to the point of sleepiness or couch-lock before sending you off to dreamland.

If you’re struggling with insomnia, fatigue, or restlessness, Now and Later might just be your savior. It’s perfect for muscular stress like headaches, spasms, cramps, and tension. It’s lovely for sour moods and general anxiety too.

But hold up – this strain is not for beginners. Even veteran users should approach with caution because it sneaks up on you and its effects are long-lasting. If you’re not careful, you can find yourself amid an intense, locked-in high that can be overwhelming and feel like there is no end. Now and Later can cause paranoia and concern in large amounts so slow down until you determine where your tolerance lies.

Now let’s talk about how this bad boy smells and tastes. When broken up and burned, the sweet citrus becomes tarter as a woody, rubber-like scent emerges. The result is a sharp yet enjoyable aroma layered with a multitude of scents. The dominant fragrance is a sweet fruit undercut by herbaceous earth.

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One hit of this stuff and it becomes clear why it shares its name with candy because it tastes like it too. An array of flavors like apricot, grapes, watermelon, and citrus create a sugary taste reminiscent of a sweet dessert. Notes of diesel, wood, and spicy earth come through just before it becomes sickly sweet leaving you with a full-bodied aftertaste that leaves you wanting more. You may also detect hints of cheese, pine, and roasted nuts.

The best part about this strain’s genetics is that they result in an evenly balanced hybrid that offers a satisfying high both physically and cerebrally.

Now for the disappointing part – seeds are not readily available. Finding this one will not be easy because those who do conquer this hurdle will find the plant to be quite strenuous to grow.

While this might be frustrating for some of us, experienced growers looking for a challenge will find her quite volatile and demanding so consider your skillset before embarking on this venture.

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Constant training, care, and observation are required to ensure your plant flourishes all while keeping correct humidity levels, following the photoperiod cycle, and setting up adequate netting to support the plant.

Flowering time is around 65 days indoors though some cultivators have noted flowering occurring between 70-79 days. Successfully crops will yield 0.5-1 oz/ft2 indoors while outdoor yields will reach 1-2 oz/plant.

In conclusion, if you’re looking for a potent hybrid that delivers both physically and cerebrally with therapeutic benefits to boot then look no further than Now and Later.

Peace out!

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