Released by the seed bank, World of Seeds, the Indica-dominant hybrid, Obsession reportedly tastes like strawberry and kush. Some dispensaries label this strain as a mix of Brazilian Sativas, Cinderella 99 and Matanuska Tundra. However, since those genetics belong to World of Seeds strain Madness, the mother is probably a landrace Indica from Pakistan, often referred to as Gilgit Valley. On the other hand, the father is likely a three way crossing of White Rhino, Black Domina and Jack Herer.
Obsession has a THC count above 15 percent and provides a mellow and calming high. More Indica in nature, this high may relax muscles and numb out pain. It can tend to make users drowsy and should be used later in the evening. This strain may also elevate moods, increase appetite and relieve anxiety.
A bit on the harder side of growing, Obsession may be grown outside but does better in a controlled environment. These plants should be vegetated to a height of 60 centimeters, as they will only stretch to double their height during the flower period. Lasting between eight and nine weeks, the latter half of this strain's flowering period can be very aromatic and some recommend the use of carbon filters. Growers may harvest between 400 and 500 grams per square meter from Obsession.
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