She’s not as dangerous as she seems, we promise. An evenly balanced hybrid that’s surrounded in mystery, Biohazard hails from Oregon’s Archive Seed Bank. The team there crossed SkunkVA Chemdog 91 with Do-Si-Dos for a treat that’s best left for more experienced users.
Breeders are very careful to keep this strain’s THC potency a secret, but given what we know about her high, it’s a safe assumption that she’s well into the 20% range. Nugs of this gal are quite dense with a dark purple and green coloring that’s complete with tons of resin. An interesting mixture of diesel, incense, and cookie dough will both fill the room you’re in and tickle your taste buds at the same time, leaving you wondering what the heck you just smoked.
Initially, users will get to enjoy the sativa side of Biohazard as a cerebral boost will catapult you into a place of pure joy. Creativity is heightened alongside your tendency to be social, but don’t expect this energetic state of mind to last too terribly long. Potent as she is, this strain will offer an equally bold comedown that leaves you super relaxed and glued to the couch. Those who are less experienced with cannabis will find themselves unable to stay awake, so proceed with caution.
Strains that are heavy in THC are great choices for treating medical conditions, as both physical and mental issues are no match for their powerful effects. Biohazard falls right in line with the ability to relieve users of bodily pain including the symptoms associated with arthritis, migraines, and more. As this bud imparts such a strong sense of joy into her users, those who struggle with anxiety and depression will also find her to be a godsend. If you have a hard time falling asleep, a few tokes before bedtime will help immensely.
Archive Seed Bank does provide home growers with a little bit of data when it comes to Biohazard, but finding seeds can be challenging to say the least. If you do get your hands on some, keep in mind that plants will grow to be rather tall but do thrive equally well inside and outdoors. After 10 weeks of growth, you’ll end up with an average-sized yield.
Scary as she sounds, Biohazard isn’t a strain to shy away from unless you’re still getting used to cannabis in general. Those who are more experienced will love her balanced effects and potent attitude, although working through her initial flavors might be a bit difficult. Save this strain for a rainy day when you don’t have anything going on or reserve her for nighttime use when you’ve had an exceptionally long day at the office.