BC Hash Plant Regular Cannabis Strain Specifications
Genetics Parents: BC Hash Plant x Northern Lights
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 weeks
Climate: Continental, Sunny, Temperature, Mediterranean
Yield: 400 to 500 grams per square meter indoors / 500 grams per plant outdoors
Flavors: Skunk, Hash
THC Level: 16 to 19%
CBD Level: Low
Harvest Period: Middle of October
Growing Difficulty: Novice
What are the Flavor and Effects of BC Hash Plant Regular Cannabis Strain?
Smoking the skunky and hashy-flavored buds of the BC Hash Plant Regular cannabis strain will induce a soothing mental buzz that promotes a calm mind before the body succumbs to a couch-locked state of euphoria. This strain is ideal for those looking to get a good night’s sleep after a long stressful day at work.
What are the Medical Benefits of BC Hash Plant Regular Cannabis Strain?
Consuming the buds of the BC Hash Plant Regular cannabis strain can help manage insomnia and chronic pains such as muscle spasms, joint aches, and arthritis. The sedating effects of this strain will help relieve their pain and encourage sleep. Moreover, this strain has hunger-inducing capabilities that chemotherapy patients can use to have the appetite to eat.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from BC Hash Plant Regular Cannabis Strain
Smoking the buds of the BC Hash Plant Regular cannabis strain will usually lead to cottonmouth and dry eyes. We recommend drinking plenty of water and applying eye drops to mediate these minor side effects.
How to Grow BC Hash Plant Regular Cannabis Strain
The BC Hash Plant Regular cannabis strain thrives indoors and outdoors, flowers in 8 to 10 weeks, and grows into a small, bushy plant with dense male and female nugs covered in orange pistils and crystal resin. By the middle of October, first-time growers can cultivate this strain to produce 400 to 500 grams of harvest.
Indoors, the plants will love a controlled room with constant humidity and temperature levels. Invest in a high-quality light source and expose the plants to it for them to thrive. We also recommend applying the SOG method to improve bud production. By the middle of October, novice cultivators can attain a yield between 400 to 500 grams per square meter. Outdoors, first-time cultivators can yield 500 grams per plant in a sunny, dry location. Feed the plants with enough water and nutrients to grow well.