Rocky Mountain High
About Rocky Mountain High
Born and bred in the mountains of Colorado, the creators at Hazeman Seeds have gifted the world with this indica-dominant strain. Rocky Mountain High is the offspring of a cross between Mikado and Colorado Green Bud, presenting both recreational and medical users with a high that’s inspiring and long-lasting.
At best, nugs of RMH (the acronym given to the strain by its fans) top at around 20% THC, letting experienced users pace themselves and informing newer smokers that they should be extra careful. Nugs are fairly dense, and while they do boast a nice smattering of orange pistils, they also bring something else to the party. While aromas and flavors of pine, citrus, and grape all mingle in the air, this strain also comes with a super strong skunky element that makes it hard to hide from others.
Kicking in almost immediately, RMH offers a burst of inspiration to anyone who dares to try her. An uplifting and euphoric sensation will spread throughout your mind and body, bringing a creative and focused element that’s helpful when trying to get through a busy day. While you’ll be sailing on a cloud, or perhaps feeling as if you’re on the top of a mountain, eventually her indica side takes over and brings you into a mellow state of bliss.
Noted to be an effective strain for medical patients, Rocky Mountain High kicks pain to the curb with the best of them as her 2% CBD content relaxes aching muscles and relieves tension from head to toe. Mental concerns including stress and fatigue are also aided, however this strain can induce anxiety if smoked in excess, so be aware of your limits. Those who struggle with nausea often find that just a hit or two of this flower can soothe an unsettled stomach quite easily.
Beginning growers love this strain for her easygoing nature, and whether you’re looking to grow indoors or want to experiment with an outdoor garden, RMH is your gal. Keep in mind that she does prefer warmer temperatures, so where you live could determine the location of cultivation. Flowering in only 8 to 9 weeks, these tall plants produce a nice sized yield.