Dutch Treat Strain Spotlight and Review
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*AVERAGE LEVELS OF MULTIPLE LAB TESTS
LimoneneLimonene is an energetic and uplifting citrus smelling terpene.
A PinenePinene is an energetic piney smelling terpene.
MyrceneMyrcene is an relaxing and mood uplifting terpene.
b CaryophylleneCaryophyllene is an calming and relaxing peppery smelling terpene.
LinaloolLinalool is an relaxing and sedating floral smelling terpene.
HumuleneLimonene is an uplifting and invigorating citrus smelling terpene.
Totals above represent the average amounts you can expect to find available from this strain. This data is updated frequently as more lab tests are reported and analyzed from vendors and dispensaries.
This strain starts with a rush of cerebral effects that lifts users spirits and fills their brain with dopamine. Following the head high is a calming numbing of the body that settles-in for the long haul. While the body stone can make users lazy or tired, it rarely leaves users glued to their couch. Nothing unusual shows up in the list of negative effects, which include dry mouth and eyes, occasional headaches, dizziness or paranoia. This strain is most often recommended for afternoon use, ideally to medicate and relieve stress after a day of work or activity. Dutch Treat is most often used to help patients deal with stress, anxiety and depression. Patients also find the strain useful in easing bodily aches and pains. For those that suffer from insomnia this strain may help them find sleep. Others use the strain to calm nausea and induce an appetite.