Deadman, sometimes called Deadman OG, is a new strain on the marijuana market that can be found in California and Colorado, and not many other places. It is often confused with an entirely different strain known as Deadhead OG, which was created by Cali Connection Seeds and is a cross between Chemdawg 91 and SFV OG Kush. Deadman OG is 60% Sativa dominant and has a moderate THC content that ranges between 15-19%. The effects are definitely more Sativa than Indica with this uplifting strain. Deadman is a cross between Deadhead OG and Mandarin and was first bred by Native Roots in Colorado. Deadman users describe the high as one that is very energetic, yet light and airy. Almost immediately after the smoke users will feel intensely energetic and motivated yet spacey and distant. Many fall into a deep state of introspection with a hint of creative energy. For these reasons Deadman is not an ideal social strain, as it can lead people away from the present moment into a different level of reality. It excels for the purposes of personal introspection or for artistic and creative endeavors as it makes people more creative and energetic. Deadman is not a common strain of marijuana on the medical or recreational market and is not to be found outside of Colorado and California. Deadman buds have an aroma of harsh chemical citrus and a taste of sweet pine with a hint of pepper spice upon exhale. These buds have dense dark green nugs with light purple undertones and long thin orange hairs with massive amounts of white trichomes glistening on the surface. Deadman is said to be an easy strain to grow but unfortunately has a strong smell during the flowering period as well as a distinctly low yield which may turn off many potential growers. Deadman is not a common strain and seeds are not available online at the present time. There is also a lack of growing information on this relatively new strain of marijuana.
Why do Patients Use Deadman?
Deadman is not really available at dispensaries and as such patients are not really using Deadman. Being a moderate Sativa dominant strain Deadman might have potential uses for the treatment of depression and other psychosomatic disorders. The treatment of anxiety might be a little touch and go, as Deadman could possibly induce some symptoms of anxiety in higher doses, leading to paranoia and hallucinations. Deadman is also said to be a useful strain for the treatment of fatigue as it is excellent at providing energy, far better than the majority of medical and recreational strains on the market.
Medical Uses of Deadman
Side-Effects of Deadman
Information about Deadman
60% Sativa 40% Indica
Deadman is a cross between Deadhead OG and Mandarin
Deadman has a rating of 8.1 on the stoned meter.
The THC levels of Deadman are between 15-19%.
Deadman is bred by Native Roots.
Deadman has a flowering time of between 7-9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
The ideal growing method of Deadman is unknown.
The typical height of Deadman is unknown.
Deadman generates a moderate yield.
Deadman is an easy strain to grow suitable for novice growers.
Deadman is a very pungent strain of marijuana and odor control measures need to be put in place.