Smelling of tangerines, grapefruit and other citrus scents, Quasar is a blend of a pure Indica female and a male Sativa that was back-crossed multiple times. This strain comes from the folks at Buddha Seeds in an effort to create a perfect fusion of powerful medicinal effects and growth traits from the two different strains. While the end result has been reportedly successful, the exact genetics of this strain still remain illusive to the public. Causing users to feel a powerful euphoria that comes accompanied by a strong body melt, this strain tastes like sour grapes along with hints of citrus. Great for relieving pain, stress, headaches, cramps and spasms, Quasar may also calm Restless Leg Syndrome and the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Recognized by many for producing extremely compact and dense buds, Quasar has a strong enough structure to support itself without any help. Even so, plants of this strain can often need a good deal of attention and as such is recommended for growers who have some experience. Taking right around 65 days to fully finish flowering, the strain produces an average sized yield. Outside Quasar is ready to be gleaned in late September. This strain contains between 11 and 15 percent THC according to tests and various reports.
Nevada growers, I am eagerly waiting for this strain to come out.