El Perro Marijuana Strain Review

This award-winning cannabis from Bert Baccarat, Los Angeles Kush, and Firerock Farms is a hybrid cross between Stardawg and True OG and won the High Time’s SoCal Cannabis Cup for Best Hybrid Flower in 2017. El Perro has the aroma of musk, pine, and skunk.

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This strain’s effects provide a soothing high that is good for those that don’t have daily tasks to accomplish. The body high of this smoke allows for complete relaxation and stationary cloud nine. This strain is perfect for medical users who do not aim to get ‘too’ high.

Type: Indica
Flowering Period: 50-60 days
Climate: Cool
Yield: High
Flavors: Pine, Berry, Grape
THC Level: 20%
Height: Average
Growing Difficulty: Novice

What are the Effects of EL PERRO?

This strain’s high climbs slowly. It can go unnoticed at first but will eventually warm the user with a feeling that speed down from the neck to the core. Users of this strain know that the mildness of this strain is best for relaxation, euphoria, and happiness. Users find that they’re able to breathe more deeply and easily as the effects take hold and their stresses ease away.

What are the Medical Benefits of EL PERRO?

The Medical properties of the El Perro can numb aches and pains, whether like chronic pains, arthritis or any conditions related to that. This strain has anti-inflammatory properties that are good for migraines and headaches. Its mild THC level is also good for soothing upset stomachs. It can also offer relief from symptoms of mild anxiety and depression. It is even good enough for those prone to panic and paranoia.

What are the Negative Effects that you can expect from EL PERRO?

The negative effects of El Perro are a lasting dry mouth, dry eyes, anxiousness, and slight dizziness.

Tips for Growing EL PERRO

If you are lucky enough to come across the seed of El Perro, it will easy grow, but as it is not widely available, the best bet of growers is by cloning from clippings of mature plants. This strain can grow indoors and outdoors in a hot and semi-humid condition especially when outdoor.