Short and squat, the auto-flowering Betty Boo was a successful experiment by the Joint Doctor. It has a sweet citrus flavor and aroma. With THC at 16%, this hybrid can be overpowering and disorienting. Because Betty Boo's effects tend to creep up on users, people should use caution when trying to find the right dose. Betty Boo is a cross between two Joint Doctor's strains, Purple Jems - a pairing of Mazar and Lowryder and Lowryder #2. The latter consists of a cross between Santa Maria and Lowryder.
Because of its strong Indica properties, the strain is beneficial to people suffering from insomnia and is not recommended for daytime use. The disorientation produced by the strain may induce anxiety or create nausea. Betty Boo can be very effective at alleviating chronic aches and pains.
At first, growers may be disappointed with the listed yields. The strain seldom produces more than 20 grams per plant, but it does this with a height of less than 30 centimeters. Betty Boo is perfect for small spaces. It is an excellent indoor strain that can also be grown outdoors. Some growers, however, grew Betty Boo to up to 60 centimeters in height with a yield of over 50 grams per plant. Full growth usually occurs under 60 days, but it can take up to 70.