This Amsterdam born strain is famous for its strong, cerebral effects. With a very high THC content averaging over 20%, this potent hybrid is best suited to experienced cannaisseurs.
Heritage & Genetics: Originally born and raised in Amsterdam, now bred (among others) by the Spanish Dinafem Seeds, Moby Dick is a notoriously potent strain. This 60/40 sativa came from a blend of White Widow and Haze and is one of the strongest sativas on the market, with THC-levels that frequently exceeding the 27% mark.
Flavor & Aroma: Moby Dick gets most of its flavor and aroma from its Haze mother. Expect a fresh baseline of sour citrus notes combined with the aroma of earth and pinewood. This baseline is supported by a slight undertone of vanilla and eucalyptus.
Effect: The high Moby Dick produces is intense. Its unusually high THC content ensures for a fast-hitting and powerful cerebral rush. Those with a tolerance to strong strains enjoy its euphoric and inspiring effects, finding it complements social situations. Less experienced consumers are likely to find Moby Dick’s long-lasting effects overwhelming and are recommended to choose a less strong strain.
Medical: Ongoing research has suggested that high THC and low CBD strains may have potential benefits including reducing fatigue and relieving symptoms of Glaucoma. Although thought to be more effective when working together with CBD, THC is also understood to have some pain-relieving properties on its own. Considering this, this high THC strain may also provide some relief from general aches and pains.
Grow characteristics: Moby Dick can be cultivated outside, but will need to reside in a warm, Mediterranean country to fully flourish. Indoors, however, there are a lot of different methods to maximize this strains yield. Some of the prominent ways to get the most out of Moby Dick’s growing power is to implement a SOG or SCROG technique. Or, if up for the task, using hydroponics. Moby Dick is naturally mold, and mildew, resistant but needs lots of nutrients and an environment that doesn’t exceed an acidity level of 6.5 PH. Moby Dick will be ready for harvest in around 9-10 weeks.