Herojuana, also known as Herojuana OG, is an Indica-dominant strain produced by a collaborative breeding effort by Woodhorse Seeds and Motarebel; its heritage is a mixture of an Indica-dominant Kentucky Hybrid strain with California’s Sativa-dominant Petrolia Headstash. Herojuana is a dense, lime-shaded bud with many orange hairs. Herojuana grows relatively quick, requiring only 8 to 9 weeks of growth before it can be harvested.

Medicinal Uses for Herojuana

Lab tests of a 100mg sample resulted in a THC count of slightly over 24%, necessitating very small portions for medicinal users to receive its benefits. Within medicinal circles, Herojuana is quite effective at treating pain, with other affinities in pain and stress. It also possesses mild effects on depression and muscle spasms. Herojuana is usually prescribed to individuals suffering from ADD/ADHD, anxiety, arthritis, migraine headaches, nausea, and even injures in and around the spinal cord. Its general effects below also make it quite popular with individuals suffering from insomnia or sleep apnea.

General Effects of Herojuana

Those that partake of herojuana are likely to feel nice and sleepy, relaxed, euphoric, and happy, with some stimulation of the appetite. It tends to produce a pain-relieving numbness and blurred vision, making it ideal for anyone seeking to relax and escape from their troubles for a short time. The effects, which last roughly an hour and a half to two hours, can creep up on those unfamiliar with this particular strain that may be caught off-guard by how hard it hits once it takes effect.

Drawbacks and Negatives of Herojuana

While most of the drawbacks attributed to this particular strain; dizzy spells, headaches, and fits of paranoia; are quite rare, the average user will likely just experience dry mouth or possibly dry eyes.

Other Information About Herojuana

  • The Kentucky parent of this strain, some wild hemp, was discovered in an area where plants should not have been able to grow, let alone thrive. Its founder realized that such a breed would make for a durable offspring and looked into crossbreeding it over several years.

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