Yo, it’s ya boy Dan and I’m about to give ya’ll the rundown on the Tiger’s Milk strain. This hybrid strain is straight fire with a balance of mood-elevating effects and relaxation. It’s got a flowery taste that’s earthy and vanilla at the same damn time. But don’t get it twisted, Tiger’s Milk is also good for relieving intense pain, like for those with fibromyalgia or lupus.
When you smoke this strain, you can expect a creative and euphoric high that gradually mellows out into a chill relaxation mode. Its dominant indica heritage will have you feeling sedated AF, which makes it perfect for people who need pain relief or help getting some damn sleep.
Tiger’s Milk is the brainchild of Bodhi Seeds, a family-run company that doesn’t need to advertise because their strains speak for themselves. And let me tell you, Tiger’s Milk is hella popular for good reason.
Looks-wise, Tiger’s Milk is straight up eye candy. The buds are dark green and thin with golden trichomes that stick to your fingers. The smell is earthy and skunky, but there are sweet hints of vanilla that sneak in there too. When you smoke it, you get that same earthy taste with some flowery notes and a touch of sweetness.
If you’re tryna grow this strain, it’s pretty easy to do whether you’re an indoor or outdoor grower. It prefers warm and humid conditions though, so keep that in mind. You can expect a quick flowering time of 7-9 weeks if you’re growing indoors, and mid-October if you’re growing outdoors. Plus, it yields a good amount so you’ll be able to get your smoke on for a while.
Now let’s talk about the effects of Tiger’s Milk. When you first smoke it, get ready for an intense euphoric high that’ll get your creative juices flowing. After that, you’ll start feeling super relaxed and might even find yourself glued to the couch. Because it’s so chill-inducing, it’s great for nighttime use to help you unwind and catch some Z’s.
But Tiger’s Milk isn’t just good for getting high, it’s also got some medicinal benefits too. It can help with pain relief and is a great option for those with chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia or lupus. Plus, it can help with everyday annoyances like headaches and nausea. And if you’re tryna catch some sleep, Tiger’s Milk has got your back.
Of course, like any strain, there are some possible negative side effects. If you’re not used to strong strains, you might experience dizziness, nausea, or anxiety. And like any good weed, Tiger’s Milk will give you cotton mouth so make sure to stay hydrated and have some water on hand.
Overall, Tiger’s Milk is a dope strain that lives up to its hype. Whether you’re tryna get lit or need some medicinal relief, this strain does it all. And if you’re tryna grow your own weed, Tiger’s Milk is a great option for beginners or experienced growers alike. So what are you waiting for? Get yourself some Tiger’s Milk and enjoy the ride.