Moby Dick is an all-famous sativa strain, and the winner of “Girl of the Year” by the cannabis magazine Soft Secrets in 2010. When it comes to its origin, the strain was created in Amsterdam, Europe’s weed capital city, by crossing White Widow with Haze, and is currently bred by Dinafem Seeds
As you may have guessed Moby Dick has got its name for incredibly large yields it provides. As a matter of fact, Moby Dick can yield up to 1,500 grams per square meter. The concentration of THC in Moby Dick usually oscillates around 20%, which makes this strain a potent candidate for your next cannabis session.
Due to the aforementioned amount of THC, Moby Dick produces strong euphoria and brings spacey, happy and slightly psychedelic sensations after a couple of hits. Cannabis enthusiasts praise Moby Dick for its boost of creativity and focus, which are two distinctive characteristics of the strain. These effects can last up for three hours and are accompanied by delightful, body numbing sensations.
Flavors: Earthy, Citrus, Sweet
Medical Use: Stress, Pain, Insomnia, Depression, Fatigue
When smoking Moby Dick’s flowers, make sure you prepare some fulfilling food beforehand, as the strain is known for its appetite-stimulating potential. This feature of Moby Dick may come in particularly handy for medical cannabis users who have lost their appetite due to chemotherapy or other reasons. As for the other effects, these include moderate pain relief and strong relaxation, which makes Moby Dick a decent choice for those struggling with anxiety or chronic stress.
Speaking of which, remember to keep the dosage in moderation when using the strain. Potential side effects of consuming too much of Moby Dick include: dry mouth, red eyes, dizziness, anxiety, and paranoia.
When it comes to the aroma and taste experiences, Moby Dick has all the characteristics of a pure sativa, with a little touch of sweet and pungent tones often attributed to indicas. You can expect a citrus flavor pumped up by woody hints and a sweet aftertaste.