Breeders call Dinachem “The European version of an American cannabis icon” and we couldn’t agree more. The Dinafem Seeds team crossed Guava Chem with Original Chemdawg 91, resulting in a bud that’s simply legendary. Dinachem took home Best Indica at the 2016 Copa Cannazores and second place in the Indica category at the IC420 Growers Cup in 2015.
A relatively moderate strain by all accounts, this bud tops out at 23% THC with a low of 18%. Many find her flower to be very pretty with a tight structure that features a vibrant green shade. Crystals are plentiful and impart a sparkle and shine that lures you in. As one could guess based upon her parents, Dinachem boasts pretty strong flavors that include a mixture of lemon, pine, and fuel. Prepare yourself for a little bit of coughing, however, keep in mind the effects are well worth it.
Depending on your tolerance, Dinachem could affect you in a few different ways. For most users, euphoria hits hard and fast, putting a smile on your face and motivating you to chat it up with those around you. Creative juices begin to flow and could help some to get started on a long-forgotten project, but don’t get too excited just yet. This strain doesn’t do much in the way of offering extra energy, and if anything else, will sedate you after some time. Individuals who are sensitive to relaxing effects could potentially fall asleep.
Covering a myriad of medical concerns, this strain is ideal when you want to treat nagging symptoms that have been lingering all day. Despite her strong sativa genetics, Dinachem is best left for the afternoon or evening hours, and it’s during this time that she will help with anxiety, PTSD, and depression. Individuals who have trouble working up an appetite may want to take a toke before mealtime, and anyone who struggles with physical pain or inflammation will find their symptoms are soothed rather quickly.
Cultivating Dinachem at home is a breeze thanks to the thorough information that Dinafem offers. This strain enjoys warm climates and will do well both inside and outdoors as she’s hearty and resilient. Those who need to be discreet should invest in a smell proof setup as this bud can be rather potent as she grows. Flowering after 8 to 10 weeks, she produces a very large yield.
As cannabis technology continues to advance, it’s harder and harder to enjoy strains from the past, so why not give Dinachem a try and see what decades-old genetics will do for you? After you get over her strong flavors, settle in for some social time with friends and enjoy slowing down your evening just a bit.
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