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Ingrid Marijuana Strain Review

Ingrid Medical Marijuana Strain Review



Ingrid Strain Review: Info Breakdown
Overall Grade for Ingrid Strain: B
Marijuana Strain Type: Indica
Ingrid Strain Potency: Mid to High Potency cannabis
Effects of Ingrid Strain Marijuana: Relaxing body high
Ingrid Strain Smell/Taste: Pungent skunkish odor
Growing Ingrid Medical Marijuana Plants: Easy to Intermediate
Typical Flowering Time Ingrid Strain Marijuana Plants: 54 to 66 days 
How to Best Grow Ingrid Strain Cannabis: Indoors; HPS lighting; hydroponic system or soil; starting with seeds or clones.
Ingrid Strain Sample Obtained from: The Walking Raven Dispensary


Ingrid Strain Review: Appearance/Texture

Ingrid strain is a quality medical marijuana strain that is becoming increasingly popular among MMJ patients and recreational users of marijuana.  It is more dense and of a lighter tone green than most indica strains, or medical marijuana strains in general.  Ingred strain cannabis buds are dense, tightly bound nugs with little loose greenery.  The color of Ingrid strain medical marijuana is a very light green, close to a neon color, with a fair amount of light orange hairs and plenty of crystals.


Ingrid Strain Review: Effects

Ingrid strain medical marijuana delivers MMJ patients with a buzz that is similar to that of many popular indica medical marijuana strains: a strong,  relaxing, body high.  Smoking a joint of Ingrid strain medical marijuana provides MMJ patients a clean indica body high with a duration  of 3 to 5 hours is best characterized by a feeling of physical and mental relaxation.   



Ingrid Strain Review: Growing Ingrid Strain Cannabis

Ingrid strain marijuana plants can be grown indoors using artificial lighting, or outdoors with natural lighting, using a hydroponic grow system or soil, and starting with Ingrid strain cannabis seeds or clones.  For best results and the highest yield, it is recommend to use artificial lighting (preferably HPS lights) and a quality hydro grow system.  

Plants of the Ingrid strain cannabis variety are normally short to medium in height and can be very bushy. Normal flowering time for ingrid strain marijuana plants is approximately 8 weeks from seed to budding.  When grown outdoors, ingred strain cannabis plants should be ready to harvest in mid to late October.  Marijuana growers and cultivators have reported a higher than average yield from ingrid strain cannabis as compared with other medical marijuana strains.



Comments

Anonymous said…
I have been looking for the Ingird strain and cannot find it anywhere. Does anyone know where I can get clones of it?
Anonymous said…
Yeah the only place that carries it is the place that invented it, Wellspring Collective dispensary on Broadway Street. You have to go and get a quarter of it ASAP dude because it's too bomb. You can get it for $20 an eighth at Wellspring and it is better than most other places top shelf $40 eighths!
Anonymous said…
20$ an 1/8 that place seems like they want to help people. Not explote them for expensive cannabus? How can one place sell an 1/8 for 20$ and others 50$ wtf? Is your stuff dusted with gold to lmao. Stop being greedy!! Trying to get rich on one patient. But yes Ingrid is an awesome chill and relax weed. Excellant for social anxiety....Semper Fi

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