About XJ-13 strain
The only thing that is known about XJ-13’s past, which is even more mysterious than that of its well-known parent, is its direct ancestry. It is a hybrid of the well-known strain G-13 and Jack Herer, another well-known strain. Although the breeder is unknown, it was identified as a “Garden Rescue” in Oaksterdam University’s 2011 clone catalog, but no more details have emerged.
According to others, the strain aims to improve on G-13’s fundamental shortcoming—a lack of flavor that can truly be described as enjoyable. The flavor of xj-13 strain is sweet and spicy with undertones of citrus and pine. A body-numbing buzz is produced by this mixture, along with mood elevation, clarity, and concentration.
XJ-13 strain may offer good morning and daytime relief from pain, anxiety, tension, and sadness. Making it the perfect strain for those looking to jump start their days. For some people with insomnia, this medicine may be quite useful. Additionally, the strain helps lessen the symptoms of anorexia, nausea, and migraines. Patients should use this strain with caution since it is quite strong.
This strain may be cultivated both indoors and outdoors and is only available as clones. In general, XJ-13’s flowering period lasts between eight and nine weeks. Numerous gardeners advise giving the strain a month to vegetate and topping it at least twice. Around the middle of October, the strain is suitable for harvesting outside.