UBC Chemo Strain
UBC Chemo is famous among the marijuana community for a number of different reasons. It is an incredibly rare strain due to the fact that it is clone only, though a couple of seed companies have crossed the strain and released their own versions. UBC Chemo has an interesting history. It is said to have originated in the 1970’s in the University of British Colombia through Dr David Suzuki. It was developed in order to help patients from the side effects of chemotherapy. However, nobody is exactly sure of the origins of UBC Chemo. It is a 100% Indica strain and is known to knock people flat on their faces if they take it lightly. Bring a pure 100% strain it does what very few other strains of marijuana can. While there may be some cerebral high these effects are minimal, whereas the whole-body effects can be quite overpowering. It has a wonderful outdoor fragrance with a unique woody taste.
Why do Patients Use UBC Chemo?
UBC Chemo is one of the best strains of medical marijuana available. It is remarkably potent with some of the highest THC levels on record. UBC is most definitely not for first time users. THC count can get as high as 29%. The minimal level of THC content in UBC is higher than the average found in most other strains. No one is exactly sure where the strain came from or how it was created, which makes it all the more mysterious. But it does stand to reason that a strain designed to treat chemotherapy patients is going to be quite powerful. There is no better strain than UBC chemo for chronic pain and insomnia. After all, it is 100% Indica.
Medical Uses of UBC Chemo
Side-Effects of UBC Chemo
Information about UBC Chemo
UBC Chemo has a rating of 9.0 on the stoned meter.
The THC content is typically anywhere from 18 percent to 29 percent.
Approximately 7-8 weeks depending on the method used.
Ideal Growing Method
Sea of Green not recommended. Hydroponic setup is best. For outdoors, cool to warm climate (not harsh conditions).
Up to 6 feet.
UBC Chemo generates a high yield.
As it is so rare, it requires expertise to grow correctly.
Lack of expertise does not do well in harsh outdoor environments.