Moby Dick Strain

Sativa Dominant Hybrid 75% Sativa / 25% Indica

THC: 27%, CBD: 1%

Moby Dick is a sativa-dominant hybrid (sativa/indica ratio of 75:25) created by crossing White Widow, an indica-dominant hybrid, and Haze, a pure sativa. THC levels are high, topping 21% in some tests. CBD values are very low, less than 1%, making this a poor choice for patients who suffer from epilepsy or other conditions that respond to this cannabinoid. The heavy sativa genes create a strongly euphoric, creative high with an upbeat mood. The effects are great in treating depression, anxiety, pain, and muscle spasms. Moby Dick can also alleviate lack of appetite. The overall effect is clear-headed but relaxing. The dominant smell and flavor when smoking Moby Dick is citrusy. This strain also has an earthy lemon taste and a sweet floral aroma. Dry mouth is the most common side effect, along with bloodshot eyes. Paranoia is also possible. Moby Dick is a relatively popular strain, available on several legal medical marijuana markets. It's probably easiest to find in Arizona, Colorado, and parts of Europe. This strain gets its name from its massive yields when harvested, as much as 1,500 grams per square meter.
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Perfect daytime Sativa. Two 90's strains crossed into a modern Hybrid.

Knock your socks right off! Great thick smoke w haze taste and bam it hits fast & hard. Reported to be very high in THCV thus the very headie effect. A bit racy at first from the haze but then the white widow kicks in with body sensations - and then - you get more periodic rushes of the haze! Long-lasting high. Very similar effects to alaskan ice also a white widow haze hybrid. A+

Great love tast and pritty buds

Reaaaaaallly good for treating depression. It always makes me happy but makes my eyes sooooooo red.

I have had a time finding a sativa that allows me to function and helps with depression and neuro pain in the feet from diabetes. Mob is just about perfect.

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