Yo, what’s good? This is Dan, and I’m here to give you the lowdown on the Lowryder strain. This hybrid is fire, let me tell you. It’s balanced, which means you get the best of both worlds – uplifting, happy vibes and a chill relaxation that takes the edge off. If you’re feeling stressed out or tense, Lowryder might be just what you need.
Now, let’s talk flavors. Lowryder is straight-up delicious. You’ve got buttery goodness, citrus, fruity notes, a little bit of sourness, and some sweetness to top it all off. It’s like a flavor explosion in your mouth.
And when it comes to what you can use Lowryder for, it’s pretty diverse. If you’re dealing with anxiety or depression, chronic pain or nausea, or just need some help getting to sleep, this strain might do the trick.
Now, let’s get into the growing info. If you’re trying to grow Lowryder yourself (which I highly recommend), it’s a great option for indoor or outdoor growing. And get this – it autoflowers after just 40-45 days! That means less work for you and more time to enjoy your dope buds.
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So what makes Lowryder so special? Well, for starters, it’s a small but mighty hybrid that packs a punch. Thanks to nine generations of crossbreeding by Joint Doctor Seeds, Lowryder has been genetically engineered to stay under sixteen inches in height. Some people even call it the bonsai tree of cannabis strains.
But don’t let its size fool you – Lowryder is one of the first commercially available auto-flowering strains. That means it transitions from the vegetative stage to the flowering stage automatically without any fuss. And let me tell you, this strain is a creeper. The effects take a little while to kick in, but when they do, they hit you hard.
At first, Lowryder will make you feel happy and uplifted. You’ll be clear-headed and creative, which makes it a favorite among artistic types. And the smell? Earthy, pungent, sweet, and citrusy all at once. The flavor is just as amazing – creamy butter on the inhale, piney goodness on the exhale.
Growing Lowryder isn’t too tricky, and it’s naturally resistant to most mold and mildew. Just don’t overfeed it and keep the temp between 68-77 degrees Fahrenheit with a relative humidity of 50-70%. And remember, this strain is all about longer lighting schedules – 18/6 is where it’s at.
When you’re ready to harvest your Lowryder plants (which should give you around 12 ounces per square meter indoors or 16 ounces per plant outdoors), you’ll want to keep an eye out for cottonmouth and dry eyes. Some people have reported feeling dizzy or paranoid after smoking Lowryder, but that’s to be expected with THC levels ranging from 12-20%.
Overall, I’d say that Lowryder is a great option for anyone looking for a chill but happy high. It’s easy to grow, delicious to smoke, and has some serious medical benefits too. So if you’re looking for something new to try, give Lowryder a shot – I promise you won’t regret it.