Guava Dawg is a sweet tasting indica-dominant hybrid with a long chemdawg lineage. The strain’s genetics come from Stardawg crossed with Tres Dawg and Afghani #1. Guava Dawg was created by Top Dawg Genetics and is one of the finest chem strains currently out there. It’s definitely one strain that all cannabis lovers should add to the must try list. It also happens to be one of the most potent strains on the market today.
Appearance/ Taste/ Aroma
Flowers from Guava Dawg are usually thick, fat and densely packed together. The buds are bright green with orange hairs all over, with an abundance of frosty dusting from the trichomes. The Guava Dawg strain is definitely one you will want to double bag when getting it home from a dispensary, as it can stink up an entire car with its chem and fuel like scents. Once the buds are grinded up, Guava Dawg’s sweetness comes out intensely, smelling like Juicy Fruit gum and tropical fruit.
The initial taste of the Guava Dawg strain has been reported to taste like your typical fuel, chem flavor. After the initial hit to the pallet, users report the taste of pleasant sweetness and tropical fruit with a hint of mint afterwards. Many users of the Guava Dawg strain report that the taste is one of the most pleasant they’ve ever experienced, making the strain a must-try based on taste alone.
As stated previously, Guava Dawg is one of the strongest strains on many legal cannabis markets today. The strain typically ranges from 22-25% in THC content. Obviously, this is another strain that might not be for newbies outside of a little taste. Even if you are an experienced cannabis connoisseur, most patients who have tried Guava Dawg would tell you not expect to function at the top of your game with this particular medical strain.
Because of its strong effects on the body, Guava Dawg is perfect for stress relief and for treating just about any type of body ailment you might have: chronic pains, backaches, headaches, etc. Guava Dawg’s strong medicating effects are also ideal for treating insomnia. Although the strain is very tasty, users report less appetite stimulation from Guava Dawg than other strains. Because of this, perhaps you should look elsewhere if you’re trying to treat an eating disorder or stimulate appetite due to cancer treatments.
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