Dante’s Inferno is a indica-dominant hybrid strain (70% Indica/30% Sativa) that is known for its relaxing and euphoric effects. Users feel a happy, uplifting high that gradually transitions into a deeply relaxing body buzz. Dante’s Inferno strain nugs are dense and sticky, with a thick layer of trichomes. The flavor and aroma are a big part of what makes this bud so appealing to many cannabis enthusiasts. Can be helpful for artistic pursuits or problem-solving. A rewarding experience for those who enjoy cultivating their own cannabis.
Dante’s Inferno Strain Info:
The lineage is a cross between Oreoz and Devil Driver marijuana strains bred by Clearwater Genetics and Tiki Madman
Nugs are small to medium-sized, and have a deep green color with shades of purple and orange, depending on the growing conditions. The leaves are packed together, and twisted or curved in interesting ways.
TASTE / SMELL:
When the nugs are broken open or ground up, they release an aroma that is described as a combination of vanilla, woodsy pine, and a hint of diesel fuel. Some report detecting a subtle hint of mint or fresh herbs. Dante’s Inferno weed is smooth and flavorful, with a lingering aftertaste that can be both sweet and slightly sour.
Dante’s Inferno Strain Effects?
Deeply relaxing effects, both in the body and mind. Mild to moderate level of euphoria, which can boost mood and create a sense of happiness and well-being. A sense of calm and tranquility helps reduce stress and anxiety. Can also produce a strong case of the “munchies,” which can increase appetite and make food taste more enjoyable. Dry eyes and dry mouth are negative side effect so have some eye drops and drinks ready. These are suggestions and are not intended as professional medical advice.
Can be grown both indoors and outdoors, but prefers a warm and sunny climate with a consistent temperature between 68 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. If you’re growing indoors, provide at least 600 watts of light per square meter. If the humidity gets too high, you may need to install a dehumidifier to prevent mold and mildew from forming. Dante’s Inferno strain flowering time is 8-9 weeks with outdoor harvest coming in mid October. To harvest, wait until the trichomes on the buds turn milky white, which indicates that the THC content is at its highest. It’s important to cure properly. This involves drying the buds slowly in a cool, dark place, then storing them in airtight containers for at least a few weeks.