Ingrid is a lesser-known indica, but it’s growing in popularity as consumers begin to discover this gem of a strain. This plant can be grown indoors or out, but produces higher yield indoors with flowers appearing around 5 to 7 weeks. The buds are dense, tightly bound flowers with very little loose greenery. Perhaps most striking are the flowers’ nearly neon green color. The neon buds emit a skunky aroma and induce a typical indica-strong body effect.
“The first strain i tried for chemotherapy-induced nausea, vomiting and lack of appetite.
After first use i went from nearly heaving at the thought of any food to craving - and eating - Mexican food (peppers and all).
Therefore i think this strain is God.”
“This here is a special lady. Covered in trichs like snow and funky and cheesy. Reeks like a hashplant/cheese inbred line or something, idk but i love it. Musty, kinda stale fruity, and overall pleasant to the senses. Relaxing body buzz, can leave you couchlock'd and hungry.”