$200.00 – $1,500.00
Dutch Treat may be popular in Amsterdam coffee shops, but rumor has it this strain originated in Vancouver, British Columbia. Whether or not that’s true, this strain is fairly popular around Europe, Canada, and the United States alike.
An all-around great Hybrid, it’s difficult not to like this easygoing Indica-dominant herb. Though this strain is sedative, you probably won’t feel glued to the couch. In fact, many patients find this strain effective for combatting fatigue as well as insomnia.
Dutch Treat’s happy, euphoric, and mood-lifting qualities may be responsible for these contradictory claims. Marijuana enthusiasts are likely to experience a gentle mental uplift with significant heavy-body effects. Dutch Treat is a great strain for a lazy day at home or with friends.
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What is Dutch Treat?
Over the years, Dutch Treat has become an essential strain of the Amsterdam coffee shops. The dense, sticky buds have an intense smell of sweet fruits mixed with pine and eucalyptus trees. The cerebral high comes on quick and leaves consumers feeling uplifted and euphoricwhile reducing stress and relaxing the mind.
Traits of Dutch Treat and Dutch Treat Seeds
This sticky, chunky weed announces itself as soon as it enters the room. Blueberries and pine will draw marijuana enthusiasts in, while cannabis connoisseurs will appreciate the sweet candy undertones.
These same sweet and pine tones carry over to this herbs flavor profile. On the exhale, this flower reveals a hidden sandalwood taste that will cling to the palate, but never outlast its welcome.
Medical Benefits of Dutch Treat
This strain, while not packing an overpowering punch, can offer medical marijuana patients a flavorful remedy for their ailments.
- Patients with arthritis, migraine, and neuropathic pain tend to enjoy this Hybrid
- Anyone suffering from chronic stress, PTSD, or ADD/ADHD may find relief with this flower as well
- When consumed in larger quantities, this flower can be an effective way to combat the effects of insomnia, lulling medical marijuana patients into a deep an restful sleep