Wappa is a sweet skunk famous for its mystery. Its exact genetics remain unknown, as its breeder wishes it to be, but it is an Indica-dominant strain loved by growers for its big yields and high demand. All we know is that careful breeding through several generations is now a stout, sturdy strain renowned for its stability, fast growth, and medicinal effects.
This strain wins awards for its chunky harvests and Indica qualities. Although intense, it is not an overwhelming buzz and patients love the fact that they can use Wappa during the day. This is not a couchlock stone typical of Indicas, and its thick colas, proliferating buds, and huge side branches turn many beginner growers into master cultivators.
Why Patients Use Wappa?
Patients enjoy the subtlety of Wappa. It is a potent strain, but its effects are gentler and more Sativa-like than most other Indicas. A cerebrally happy strain that relaxes the body, and comforts and soothes the mind, but although it can make you sleepy, Wappa does not knock patients out. Users describe it as motivating and uplifting, and it helps them get through the day proactively.
Medical Uses of Wappa
Side Effects of Wappa
Information about Wappa
60 percent Indica and 40 percent Sativa
Wappa gets a seven on the stoned meter. You will feel it, yet still, function.
THC content of Wappa is 18 percent, sometimes slightly more or less.
This strain flowers in 60 days.
Ideal Growing Method
Wappa grows well anywhere, even outdoors in colder climates. Its stoutness is ideal for indoor growth.
This is a bushy, heavy plant, not a tall one. Wappa grows to three feet, sometimes four feet, in height.
Wappa promises a massive yield. Expect 500 grams per square meter indoors.
This plant grows itself and is highly suitable for first-time growers.
Prone to disease in conditions of high humidity, such as bud rot and mold.