More About Dutch Dragon Autoflower Strain
Type: Sativa-dominant (75%) / Indica (25%)
Genetic Parents: Durban Skunk x California Indica
Flowering Period: 9 weeks to 12 weeks
Climate: Mediterranean climate
Yield: 500 g/m2 (indoor) and 1000 g/plant (outdoor)
Flavors: Sweet, tangerine, fruity, orange, citrus
THC Level: 16% – 20%
CBD Level: <0.1%
Height: up to 9ft
Harvest Period: Late October
Growing Difficulty: Moderate
What are the Flavors and Effects of Dutch Dragon Autoflower?
The most prominent flavor and aroma of Dutch Dragon are that of tangerines. Upon lighting your stick of Dutch Dragon, you will immediately catch the very evident tangy and citrus, yet sweet aroma of this fruity strain, making it its defining feature that most users sought.
With a THC level that ranges from average to high, Dutch Dragon is surely a strain that is apt for novice users or those with low tolerance alike, as it might be too high for them. Despite its charming personality of having a fruity taste, Dutch Dragon certainly does not possess mellow effects, but rather intense ones. Being a predominantly Sativa strain, you can expect Dutch Dragon to be prevalently cerebral in its effects. Right after just a few puffs of this strain, you will most likely be transported into a state of euphoria. The surge of happiness in the system ignites a rush of creativity to its users, perfect for those who are searching for inspiration for creating innovative ideas while heightening your audiovisual senses. Furthermore, it also allows you a feeling of relaxation without having to worry about turning lethargic. Finally, as its natural side effect, Dutch Dragon can also cause munchies, which in effect increases your appetite.
What are the Medical Benefits of Dutch Dragon Autoflower?
Like most Sativa strains, Dutch Dragon is also usually prescribed to medical marijuana patients, as it helps in managing their symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress. These conditions are effectively remedied by the mood-enhancing effects that are brought upon by Dutch Dragon. Apart from that, since it also has some Indica genes present, Dutch Dragon, fortunately, contains anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that are best to relieve body discomforts such as chronic pain, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, migraine, and even nausea. For this reason, it is safe to assume that not only are the recreational benefits are what’s great about Dutch Dragon, but also its medicinal potential.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Dutch Dragon Autoflower
Although Dutch Dragon can be considered as a potent strain, its inherent adverse effects are far from causing serious medical harm. At worst, reports only recorded some cases of mild paranoia, and increased anxiety and these were all triggered by excessive consumption of the strain. It is quite normal that those are the resulting adverse effects as it is staunchly pressed to ingest Dutch Dragon in minimal doses. However, the more typical and less harmful side effects are just cottonmouth, dehydration, and dry eyes, wherein they can just be easily remedied through increasing the fluid intake and applying some eye drops. It is strongly encouraged to consume responsibly in order to avoid such untoward incidents.
How to Grow Dutch Dragon Autoflower Marijuana Seeds?
As a Sativa strain, you can expect Dutch Dragon to yield a heavy harvest, but before that, it has to be successfully cultivated first. Growers are advised to utilize the Sea of Green method in planting Dutch Dragon so that it can fully grow to its full potential vigorous and fast. More so, it thrives well in warm climates, that is why if not grown indoors, make sure that it gets an ample amount of sunlight. There is nothing to worry about pests and diseases as it is highly resistant to those. In just a span of nine to twelve weeks, Dutch Dragon will then be ready to be experienced.