About Heaven Scent
It takes a lot to be named after a place as magical as heaven, so for MTG Seeds to name their evenly balanced hybrid Heaven Scent, you know it must be good. This award-winning breeder crossed Green Crack with God’s Gift to develop a strain that smells delicious and will keep you coming back for more.
Heaven Scent has a fairly moderate amount of THC, typically around 20%, allowing experienced users to enjoy the ride while still being mellow enough for first-timers. Users of all kinds are often lured in by the amazing smell and taste of this strain, as citrus and earth give way to a tropical grape flavor that’s out of this world. Mint green nugs are lumpy in shape and feature a super thick coating of trichomes along with a few random orange pistils.
Describing this strain as well-balanced doesn’t even do it justice, as MTG Seeds has pretty much perfected the experience of getting high. One hit of Heaven Scent will take your mind and body on a gentle journey, imparting a sense of creative energy that’s tingly and soothing. Best for a mellow day at home, you’ll neither be overly motivated nor glued to your couch. The comedown associated with Heaven Scent spreads through your body and leaves you completely relaxed and at ease.
Medical patients particularly love this strain due to its ability to wipe away bodily pain and boost your spirits quickly. Those who struggle with depression, anxiety, or major amounts of stress will find Heaven Scent to be just that - a gift straight from God above. Cramps, headaches, and even migraines are no match for her strong set of effects that leave users both functional and relieved.
As if this strain wasn’t good enough, those with aspirations of home cultivation will be pleased to find out that Heaven Scent is a fairly easy plant to bring up. Needing only 7 to 9 weeks of flowering time, she produces a pretty large yield despite her medium sized stature. The verdict isn’t quite in yet concerning whether this strain does better inside or outdoors, so perhaps experiment with both and see which environment displays better results.