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Fraggle Rock


Fraggle Rock

The Fraggle Rock strain is one of the best strains you can find anywhere in the world. Thanks to its availability, you should find many people using it. It is an indica hybrid strain, which should provide the user with many high benefits. The parents of Fraggle Rock are OG Tahoe and Sour Cream. The parents give this strain the hardiest strains. This means that growing it in different areas should not be hard. This is also due to the fact that it is resistant to mold and mildew which are often the number one enemy of pot.

The smoking experience is a bit different to what you get from the other types of marijuana strain. Most describe the smoking experience as being smooth and relaxing. Let us say you just got from a long day at work, this should be what you smoke to relax. The smoke is also dense and strong. This is not your regular pot which might need smoking several joints before you get high. With a few hits, the head buzz should easily kick in. For many people, having pot that kicks in quickly is the best thing for them. The strong high is often due to the high potency that it has. The THC levels are estimated to be between 14 to 17%.

The deep relaxation from the pot is often seen to be great for people who suffer from insomnia. Sometimes you could end up tossing in your bed for hours just trying to get some sleep. That changes when you get to smoke a bit of this strain. The relaxing high should get you sleeping in no time.

Another thing that will get you smoking the strain more often should be its aroma and flavor. The aroma for a reason it is quite interesting and pleasant to have in the room. The buds will produce a scent which is a mixture of pungent spices and floral gardens. Sometimes, you might think that you are in the kitchen working on a recipe. It is the reason sometimes people use this type of weed for baking marijuana goodies. The flavor that you get is also spicy and additionally earthy at the same time.

Growing the strain is often considered easier. Mostly it is because of its hardy nature. It should easily thrive in different conditions. You just have to make sure that you at least provide most of the required conditions. It is also a disease resistant strain. You will not have to work overtime just to keep the strain plant growing well. You need to have some basic gardening skills when it comes to cultivating this strain.

It can take an average of 10 weeks for it to flower. You should be ready to start harvesting after the 9th week. This timeframe for flowering is common for various types of marijuana strains.

Why patients use the Fraggle Rock strain

Being an indica dominant hybrid, you should find multiple uses for it when it comes to patients. Most patients would use this strain for handling symptoms related to anxiety and stress. The deep relaxation is what makes anxiety patients feel comfortable after using it. It could also be used for those patients having headaches, strained muscles, and chronic pain. That is not all, if you just want to have a good time after work, then you can consider using it. Sometimes the pressure from work can get you having problems with sleeping.

Medical uses of the Fraggle Rock strain

Chronic pain
Muscle spasms

Side effects of the Fraggle Rock strain

Cotton mouth

Information about the Fraggle Rock strain


Indica 60% and Sativa 40%


OG Tahoe and Sour Cream

Stoned meter

This strain scores an average of 7.5 on our stoned meter

THC level

The strain comes with a THC level between 14 to 17%


The breeder of the strain is still unknown

Flowering Time

It can take up to 10 weeks for flowering to occur

Ideal Growing Method

It can be grown both indoors and outdoors

Plant Height

It has a medium plant height


It has medium yield

Growing skills

You need moderate growing skills to cultivate this strain

Potential problems

No major problems have been reported on using this marijuana strain.


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