Piezel is a lesser-known strain of marijuana that is slightly Indica dominant at 60%. It is a cross between New York City Diesel and Purple Kush. Piezel is a relatively mild strain of marijuana, with THC levels between 14-18%. The high is immediate, with quick euphoria resulting in a cerebral head high before the body buzz kicks in. It is a well-balanced strain that is suitable for pretty much everyone, a good mix between Indica and Sativa without being too overpowering. The smell, flavor and smoke are all pretty smooth and mild, so it is the perfect strain for those who are starting off their marijuana adventures or for those who want to just sit and relax after a hard day at the office with no major head rush or sleepy Indica effects. Piezel is a lovely strain to look at with its bright neon green buds and fiery orange hairs.
Why do Patients Use Piezel?
Piezel is most often found in medical dispensaries in California. When it is used, it is prescribed for pretty much anything from migraines, anxiety, stress, depression, pain and muscle spasms, though it does tend to be most commonly prescribed for pain and spasms. Because it is such a well-balanced and moderate strain it is suitable for all patients without any major risks and can be a good introductory medical strain.
Medical Uses of Piezel
Side-Effects of Piezel
Information about Piezel
60% Sativa 40% Indica
A cross between New York City Diesel and Purple Kush.
Piezel has a rating of 8.6 on the stoned meter.
Piezel has a moderate THC count ranging from 14-18%, but is actually a little more potent than the THC count suggests.
Around 7-9 weeks.
Ideal Growing Method
Does best in an indoor Sea of Green.
Plant height ranges from 4-6 feet.
Piezel is a high yielding plant that generates up to 500 grams per square meter.
Piezel requires moderate growing skills.
No potential problems associated with Piezel.