Top Dawg Genetics
Barney’s have crossed a Mexican Sativa with Afghani Kush to produce a big yield and fantastic aroma that together have won it a Cannabis Cup. For a sativa-dominant, the indica effects still come over strongly, bringing a nice body high as well as a cerebral rush.
Top Dawg Terpene Profile
Pineapple, and lots of it. This is suggestive of a high level of the terpene Myrcene. Myrcene is thought to enhance the effects of THC, a nice quality for those looking for something tasty that will also get them pleasantly high. It is also known for helping create a relaxing and sedative effect. There is also an earthy, musky scent that distinguishes Top Dawg from its sister strains, so there’s probably some Pinene in the terpene mix here too.
Top Dawg Effects
Top Dawg’s effects are notable but not overpowering. With an average of 19% THC, it brings a euphoric high. It has plenty of happy cerebral sativa notes and nice calming indica properties too. Its mix of mind and body buzz is experienced differently, keeping some on the couch and others blissfully uplifted.
Medical Benefits Top Dawg
Top Dawg has a high THC-level, so good pain relief may be found for migraine & headache sufferers. It has a moderately high CBD level too, high CBD may well help those experiencing anxiety, stress or gastrointestinal problems. Anything over 0.4% CBD is generally considered high. Top Dawg then, offers good potential relief to medical users.
How to Grow Top Dawg
A good Dawg when it comes to growing, this strain will flourish in both warm and temperate climates. It has a strong smell as it grows so benefits well from good ventilation and filtration too. Though it doesn’t grow massively tall, Top Dawg still produces good yields due to its large, and easy to prune, colas. This strain will be ready to harvest in 9 to 10 weeks.