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Medicine Man

4.4| 103 Reviews

What is Medicine Man?

Medicine Man delivers potent pain relief and high levels of THC and CBDs, making it a popular recommendation for many medical conditions from headaches and migraines to chronic pain management. Its heritage lies in Brazilian, Indian, and Afghani strains, though Medicine Man is sometimes mistaken to be its close family member, White Rhino. These plants require a little know-how to grow, but when done right they should produce large flowers in 8 to 10 weeks. Medicine Man is a nice strain to look at, with a range of greens and sometimes purples and yellow and red hairs throughout its dense buds. This medicine has a fruity aroma, with just a slight sour note that isn’t quite strong enough to have you reaching for that spoonful of sugar.

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Medicine Man Effects and Attributes

Relaxed
Happy
Euphoric
Uplifted
Sleepy
Pain
Stress
Nausea
Depression
Headaches
Dry Mouth
Dry Eyes
Paranoid
Anxious
Dizzy

Medicine Man Genetics and Grow Info

All values are averages.
FLOWERING
7 - 9 wks
10 - 12 wks
> 12 wks

Medicine Man Flavors

  • 1. Woody
  • 2. Berry
  • 3. Earthy

Review Highlights

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Most Helpful

“Beautiful dark plum purple colored nugs covered in trichomes, overall wild hybrid appearance. Definitely one of the most visually appealing strains that I have seen. High is very evenly mixed head and body effects. A mild body buzz but no lethargy or laziness. Very euphoric and uplifted, with no paranoia or stress. Focused and alert, strong desire to listen to music or study. Mild but noticeable headband-like pressur...”

Most Recent

“Looking at other reviews, I know that this strain probably deserves better than three stars, but the product I got under the medicine man name was a disappointment to say the least. I can only assume this is because of the way it was produced. It smelled and tasted like sweaty feet. The high I got was ok, but left something to be desired. I hope this strain makes a comeback in my area, because other people make it so...”

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