Dancehall is a Sativa dominant hybrid that was created by Reggae Seeds. This hybrid is a cross of Juanita La Lagrimosa and Kalijah. The award-winning Sativa is more known for its heavy CBD content and contains relatively little THC. Juanita La Lagrimosa is often referred to as the mother of modern CBD strains and she’s a cross of Reina Madre and NYC Diesel. Kalijah was also bred by Reggae Seeds and is a complex blend of Afghani landrace, Skunk, Blue Heaven, and NYC Diesel.
TASTE & SMELL –
Dancehall produces a mildly sweet, floral aroma and the smoke has a sweet fruity flavor with a hint of pineapple.
Her high CBD content induces an uplifting, happy buzz that lingers while leaving you with a clear head. Her effects tend to lead to a more calming high that has a habit of encouraging creativity and making people more social. Additionally, Dancehall has been known to enhance sensory perception leading to tingling throughout the body and is apparently an outstanding strain for intimate activities!
MEDICAL USES –
Medicinal users may find this strain beneficial for chronic pain and general aches. Her calming effects are ideal for patients suffering from anxiety, depression or PTSD.
GROW INFO –
Dancehall is a moderately challenging strain to grow. She is a medium-sized plant that produces chunky spade-shaped, light green flowers whose swollen calyxes have a tendency to foxtail. Her buds will color up purple if temperatures get low enough during the later stages of flowering. She has the characteristic of having a large central cola making her ideal for the Sea of Green cultivation method and can require as little as three weeks of vegetative period before beginning flowering. Dancehall is a plant that has the potential to thrive indoors and out, flowering in about eight to ten weeks. Dancehall can yield up to 11 ounces per square meter indoors and up to 11 ounces per plant outdoors is possible.
SEED AVAILABILITY –
For those wishing to acquire Dancehall seeds, they are available to purchase directly from Reggae Seeds’ website.