Plum is a powerful 100% Indica dominant strain of marijuana. The genetics of Plum is unknown; however, many believe it to be an OG Kush phenotype. The THC levels of Plum are absolutely huge, ranging from 22-26%. This is definitely a strain suitable only for veteran marijuana users or medical patients who are in severe chronic pain. What makes this strain even more potent is the fact that it is a creeper. The effects take a while to kick in, and in the meantime, the user may make the common mistake of inhaling more and more THC. Users can expect severe cases of couch lock and munchies after this strain, and the effects are mainly in the body with mild cerebral effects. This is felt through a warming numbing effect that starts in the back of the head and neck and slowly ebbs throughout the body. Upon the comedown, you’ll be completely sedated and will immediately fall into a deep and peaceful sleep. Plum has a pine and citrus scent and a flavor of sweet fruity hash with smooth overtones.
Why do Patients Use Plum?
Plum is said to be an ideal strain for treating patients suffering from conditions such as chronic pain due to injury or illness, insomnia, chronic stress, as well as muscle tension or spasms. It is most definitely not a strain that you want to use immediately upon waking. The couch lock sensation is simply too strong and it is not a productive strain. It is best used when where patients really need to relax and alleviate their pain, or for insomniacs who cannot get to sleep any other way.
Medical Uses of Plum
Side-Effects of Plum
Information about Plum
Plum has a rating of 8.8 on the stoned meter.
Plum has a ridiculously high THC range between 22-26%.
Around 60 days on average.
Ideal Growing Method
Does best in an outdoor mild climate. If grown indoors, Sea of Green is best.
Plum has a high yield of 550 grams per square meter indoors and over 650 grams per square meter outdoors, depending on the skill of the grower.
Plum requires moderate growing skills.
Plants need support during the flowering stage and Plum needs a lot of nutrients and water to thrive.