More About Dutch Treat Autoflower Strain
Type: Mostly Indica
Genetics Parents: Northern Light, Santa Maria, Hawaiian Sativa, Afghani Gold, Ruderalis
Flowering Period: 8 to 10 Weeks
Climate: Sunny and Warm
Yield: 12 to 16 oz/yd2 (indoor) ; 4 to 8 oz/plant (outdoor)
Flavors: Orange, Eucalyptus
THC Level: 10% to 15%
CBD Level: High
Height: 60 to 90 cm (indoor) ; 60 to120 cm (outdoor)
Harvest Period: Late September
Growing Difficulty: Intermediate to Difficult
What are the Flavor and Effects of Dutch Treat Autoflower?
The Dutch Treat Autoflowering produces a combination of floral, fruity, and skunky scents. As soon as it is smoked, it releases an orange and eucalyptus taste that will have you craving for more. Inexperienced smokers should take it slowly and in low doses, or the thick smoke will have you coughing throughout the whole session.
While the taste buds are exploding with flavors, the effect kicks in after some time. Onset, the Dutch Treat Auto puts you in a great mood through the boost of mood-enhancing properties. The euphoric and happy state will fade into a more relaxed feeling as the Indica effect takes over the body. A physical buzz will initially start from the head down to the rest of the body, which will result in the eyelids and limbs getting heavier. After some time, a state of couch-lock occurs, leaving you immobile for a while.
What are the Medical Benefits of Dutch Treat Autoflower?
Aside from the recreational effects that Dutch Treat Autoflowering offers, this strain also contains properties that are beneficial for medicinal users. Its uplifting effect can help block out any pessimistic thoughts and emotions that are often side effects of mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD. This strain can also relieve those with an overwhelming amount of stress which is a high risk for fatigue.
The Dutch Treat Auto does not only cater to alleviating the mind but it also has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that can reduce chronic pains and body swelling. Its sedative properties also help people with insomnia sleep better at night.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Dutch Treat Autoflower
Despite having all these benefits, the Dutch Treat Auto still has side effects. Two of the most common conditions that arise are dry mouth and dry eyes which lead to itching and even irritations. Drinking lots of liquid before, during, and after a smoking session is essential to prevent these conditions.
Because this strain contains a high THC level, smokers who have a low tolerance to this component should smoke it in low doses as the Dutch Treat Auto can lead to heightened anxiety, headaches, and dizziness.
How to Grow Dutch Treat Autoflower?
Cultivating the Dutch Treat Autoflowering is not a walk in the park. Despite its short height, this plant is quite leafy, which would need to be trimmed quite often. Its light green buds are dense, sticky, and covered in an ample amount of trichomes.
When grown indoors, this strain thrives best in an 18/6 light cycle with a flowering period of 56 to 70 days. Using techniques like Screen of Green (SOG) would optimize the growth of this small-sized plant. Expect to harvest about 340 to 450 grams per square yard of resinous buds. Outdoors, this strain will produce up to 110 to 220 grams per plant.