Ultraviolet

THC
CBD
21%

Normal

0%

Very Low

60% Sativa
Afternoon
Strain Type
Consumption Time
THC
CBD
21%

Normal

0%

Very Low

Consumption Time
Afternoon

Typical Effects

Focused
Focused
Paranoia
Paranoia
Creative
Creative

Common Usage

Depressed
Depressed
A Loss of Appetite
A Loss of Appetite
Anxiety
Anxiety

About Ultraviolet

Known for having above average yields for a feminized auto-flowering strain, Ultraviolet reportedly has a THC count of up to 21 percent. This mostly-Sativa strain was created by Samsara Seeds and is ideal for afternoon or even daytime use.

Starting with their strain Shot Adrenaline, a mix of White Dwarf from Buddha Seeds and Sensi Seeds' Skunk #1, the breeders crossed it with a Lavender from Soma Seeds. The result of that coupling was then back-crossed with Shot Adrenaline to ensure that it would still be an auto-flowering strain. With a sweet and spicy taste, this strain jump starts the mind into an upbeat and creative state. Some users may find the psychoactive effects leave them feeling confused.

Potentially useful to those suffering from anxiety, stress and depression, this strain grows with relative ease indoors and out. Ultraviolet needs only a place to grow and the occasional watering, though it can benefit from Low Stress Training. The strain typically vegetates for about two weeks before it shifts to flowering, the entire process from seed to harvest takes about 10 weeks. Fairly resistant to molds, mildew and pests, Ultraviolet plants can yield between 40 and 70 grams per plant.


Common Usage

Depressed10/10

A Loss of Appetite4/10

Anxiety8/10

Pain2/10

Nausea4/10

Typical Effects

Focused4/10

Paranoia2/10

Creative6/10

Energetic4/10

Euphoric10/10

THC Content

Highest Test21%

Strain Average19%

Sativa Average13.5%

Wikileaf Average18%

Wikileaf Highest35%


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