Moolah makes you feel like money, so long as “money” means “asleep.” This strain is a powerful prescription for insomnia, entering your system and hanging out for 30 to 120 minutes. You’ll have that long to get yourself to sleep, if that’s your main issue. Otherwise, users enjoy the Indica-heavy effects (despite the strain being balanced 50/50) that put a buffer on pain and anxiety. Anyone should use it at night, since the Moolah plan cannot and should not involve driving, working, or concentrating on anything except your eyelids.
Moolah is a tribrid, if that’s a thing, from the breeding of OG Kush, a staple, with Belladonna and Sensi Star. No one knows who bred Moolah, but insomnia sufferers should thank them. The plants flower in vibrant, dark purples and greens. The strain smells of the outdoors: pine and diesel. Growers need to watch for mold and mildew on their crops as Moolah has very little tolerance for it. Otherwise, she’ll yield a moderate amount in about 9 weeks. Experienced growers recommend that novices skip on Moolah unless they have a working Screen of Green situation.
Insomnia is a beast – it causes fatigue, pain, stress, and a ton of other chronic problems. And it’s a case where the cure can become just as bad as the disease since sleeping medications lose their potency and have side effects when used for too long. Moolah is a great supplement for people suffering from a bad sleep rhythm, a racing mind, and a ton of stress. The piney, diesely flavor is easy to get used to, especially if you’re used to a strong Kush already. Moolah tops off its THC around 25% so even experienced users should find the kick they’re looking for.
Moolah makes you lazy, locked to your couch, and totally sleepy. Before you pass out, you’ll be hungry -- prepare for your Moolah high with a supply of snacks. Euphoric, cerebral, and pungent, Moolah makes a monkey of your pain conditions and knocks you out with even the worst insomnia hanging around your head. If you want 2 hours of heady bliss, Moolah is your ticket. Just make sure if you intend to grow it that you take it in stride. The strain doesn’t like mold and needs a little coddling. But if you treat her right, Moolah can make the most of your lazy evenings and help you find the relaxation you never knew you had.