Moby Dick CBD Feminised by Dinafem Legendary whale, now gentler and rich in CBD
Moby Dick CBD is a cannabidiol-rich version of the multiple award-winning legend that is Moby Dick. This novel hybrid, born from a cross of the feminised Moby Dick and an elite CBD Crew clone, delivers the highly-coveted, monster-sized yields of the original, along with her stunning scent, but with far less psychoactivity. Great for anyone who loves heavy yields of premium bud and those seeking therapeutic potential without getting high.
This Sativa-dominant cannabis strain maintains her mother’s whale size, stretching high and wide, with an open and airy structure consisting of large internodes and long, serrated leaves. Keep her huge size in mind, when considering cultivating indoors, and her strong scent, outdoors.
Moby Dick CBD’s gigantic-yielding ability would make her mother proud – insane amounts of super-dense, highly-resinous buds. A perfect option for commercial growers seeking a highly-therapeutic strain.
Again, Moby Dick CBD does not disappoint and maintains the outstanding qualities of her mum. A powerful aroma that marvellously blends sweet fruit, lemon, cedar, spice and incense, along with the lovely addition of orange, typical of CBD genes.
Here’s where her individuality shines through. A 1:3 THC:CBD cannabinoid ratio dampens down the intense high from THC-rich strains (less dry mouth and munchies too). Instead, Moby Dick CBD offers a gentle effect and fabulous therapeutic value, such as alleviating inflammation, seizures and depression. Take note: There is certainly still psychoactivity – a more controlled, very enjoyable experience that starts out cerebrally stimulating and ends in deep relaxation. Great for rookies or those with low THC tolerance.
Moby Dick CBD grows heartily and easily into huge, disease-resistant marijuana plants. Outdoors, she copes well with moist or cold environments, but thrives when given plenty of sunshine. This whale, unsurprisingly, has a hefty appetite and needs to be fed more than usual, though please be careful to not overdo it. A 4-10L sized-pot and a little bit of love will see this sea beast thrive and yield big.