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The Devil’s Lettuce strain sports a nickname for marijuana that was a part of government propoganda against the plant. The strain is an ode to a time where smoking marijuana was looked down upon by a majority of the population. A large percentage of people are find with medical and recreational marijuana but their politicians are not voting accordingly.
The following will dive into information on the Devil’s Lettuce marijuana strain.
Devil’s Lettuce Strain Genetics
Is Devil's Lettuce strain an Indica or Sativa?
Devil’s Lettuce is a 70/30 Indica-dominant hybrid of Shishkaberry and Great White Shark. Expect full relaxation that will help get rid of any lingering negative thoughts. The strain is best consumed at night as it can be difficult to focus after one too many tokes.
Shishkaberry has won awards for best Indica hybrid and has up to 26 percent THC. Expect to be lazy when toking on this strain that has a flavor of blueberries. Medical patients might find relief from inflammation and chronic pain with this strain.
Great White Shark can be quite potent at up to 21 percent THC. Your high will leave you in the clouds so clear your schedule with this strain. You might even find that you find relief from insomnia when smoking this strain before you head to bed.
Devil’s Lettuce is not the strain you are going to want to grow if looking for a massive yield. The strain can be grown indoors or outdoors but there is a limited amount of information available on growing the strain. Indoors you can expect around 0.5 ounces per square foot. Outdoors you will see anywhere from 6 to 8 ounce per plant.
Finding reliable seeds online is possible but avoid having these seeds shipped to you. You do not want seeds to be shipped in the mail by any entity as it is federally illegal. You don’t want to invest time into finding seeds only to find yourself in legal trouble for the time you spent searching.
The flowering time is around 10 weeks which is surprising due to the low yield. The harvest should be ready in the middle of October much like a number of other strains.
Strains without much growing information should be grown carefully. Watching how your plants react to different environments can allow you to figure out how you should grow a strain considered difficult to cultivate.
THC Content Of The Devil’s Lettuce Strain
Devil’s Lettuce is moderately potent at around 19 percent THC. Look for this strain to allow you to enjoy your favorite show while not worrying about deadlines you might have approaching professionally. Washing away worry is such a useful thing that you can do when it comes to finding relief through marijuana.
The flavor of Devil’s Lettuce is a combination of spicy citrus and flowers. The aroma is similar although the citrus notes dominate a bit more. The dominant terpenes in this strain are Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Linalool.
Caryophyllene can have a sedative effect and reduce pain in medical marijuana patients. The flavor can be a bit spicy but the terpene interacts directly with the endocannabinoid system. Strains that contain this powerful terpene are Jungle Cake and Alien Rock Candy.
Limonene will have a noticeable flavor of citrus. The terpene is linked with decreasing inflammation and anxiety. White Runtz and Clementine are two delicious strains with this tangy terp.
Linalool is a terpene that you should seek out if you are stressed out. The floral aroma combined with its effects will put you at ease. Blue Dream and Jack Frost both contain this widely-used terpene.
Devil’s Lettuce weed seeds might be advertised online but receiving these can be an issue. A seed bank might opt to send a different strain in hopes that you believe it is the strain you desired. Seed banks will also mail seeds which can get you into legal trouble.
Legal states make it so easy to find marijuana seeds at dispensaries or cannabis tradeshows. Finding cuttings from a healthy plant could be the best option due to the rarity of the seeds of this strain.
Devil’s Lettuce is going to cost $40 to $45 per 1/8th. The full ounce will cost $270 to $280 which is pricey compared to other strains that are more popular, available, and potent.
Prices are going to differ depending on the demand in a certain state. States that legalized marijuana that had huge tourism industries like Nevada ran out of weed in just a few months. The taxes that are imposed also fluctuate wildly with some taxes being so high that it has fostered the survival of the black market.
Marijuana and its compounds have given life back to some patients that didn’t have their conditions improved by traditional pharmaceuticals. Devil’s Lettuce can help with the relief of symptoms of the following medical conditions:
- Chronic Pain
- Loss Of Appetite
The CBD content is around 1 percent with this strain which does not make it a great medical strain. This does not mean that people cannot find relief as THC can provide relief to consumers.
Devil’s Lettuce is not a strain you should pass up if you are lucky enough to find it at your local dispensary. Rare strains are those that you can brag to your stoner friends about trying. The strain will wipe your mind of negative thoughts which is all you can ask from a hit of weed.
Devil’s Lettuce is a great name that can likely be linked back to the Reefer Madness movement. Strains with nicknames that refer to slang for marijuana are common. What is a strain that you have tried like Zaza has a name that is slang for weed somewhere in the US?