About Ebola #7
Normally a name like Ebola #7 would be the last thing you’d want to hear as you were putting something in your mouth, however, you’ll want this particular sickness. Patient Zero, in this case, is a good thing because here it refers to the breeders at Hendrix Farms who brought together SFV OG and Girl Scout Cookies to create the parent plant of this phenotype strain. The unique name comes from an unintentional spread of this plant throughout Humboldt County, and thus, the viral nature of this plant sort of named itself.
Users rave about Ebola #7 because once you catch the first hit, there really is no cure. With THC levels capping out at 28%, you can look forward to a head in the clouds high that stays with you throughout the day. These lumpy, olive green nugs are covered in bright orange hairs, sticky to the touch resin, and frosty white trichomes that give it a glistening look. Enjoy the sweet sugary flavors and the pungent pine scent and as you inhale this delicious strain. Be warned, the aromas get more and more pungent as they burn, so guard your eyes.
Ebola #7 offers a cerebral rush that comes in fast and hits you with a strong sense of euphoria. The full body relaxation and bliss make it great for social gatherings, but please note that it has sedative-like properties and will likely lead to laziness and/or sleep eventually. This is highly stimulating on the front end of the high, so be sure to bring snacks as it will kick you into a bad case of the munchies. This strain is talkative and creative in nature, so take it to your next party and enjoy the wave of initial energy.
Medical users love this strain for use against mood disorders such as stress, depression, and anxiety. Users that suffer from these mental health issues can find this product helpful for an instant perk up, however it is unlikely to have long term results. As alluded to above, its sedative-like properties offer relief from even the worst aches and pains. Even occasional/recreational users like to utilize this sweet treat to get ahead of headaches, insomnia, or spikes of fatigue.
This plant is of moderate growing difficulty and is recommended for intermediate cultivators. It has a flowering period of 7 to 9 weeks and flourishes in either indoor or outdoor conditions. For novice growers who really want to test the waters of this delicious smelling plant, seek the help of a more experienced friend as she can be a tricky grow.
Though the name sounds daunting, this is one infectious buzz that isn’t all that bad to catch. For a sweet treat that stays with you, you’ve come to the right place. Ebola #7 is an intensely powerful strain that has the potential to become your next favorite strain, and we assure you that it will only bring good things.