Gainesville Green is a cannabis sativa strain typically grown in Gainesville, Florida. It got its name from Gainesville since the early 70s this marijuana strain was among the first species to be cultivated and widely accepted. In the 1970s, Gainesville Green was the ultimate high. This locally grown strain of marijuana was the most used and popular weed, it was used above Jamaican and Mexican weed because of its high potency.
In the mid-80s when there was a wide-open drug market and the Gainesville Green was the premier strain of the time. Gainesville Green, a potent strain of cannabis lime green with dark orange hairs is very piney.
Though not very common and almost going extinct, this local but powerful strain tastes and smells wonderfully fragrant exactly like a pine tree with light green buds. When prescribed by a medical practitioner, this marijuana strain can be taken during the daytime. Many marijuana users believe that authentic Gainesville Green has disappeared from the open market and the street the 80’s and that only a few may exist in private grow rooms.
Unlike some other strains, Gainesville Green is very easy to cultivate. It is a sativa-based marijuana that flourishes better in hot climates with longer daylight hours and high sunshine. It’s a very tall plant that can grow as much as 12 feet. it can be cultivated both indoors and outdoors.
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Potential Medical Benefits
Below are a list of conditions that Gainesville Green may be helpful in managing. We have selected these conditions based upon two sources: reviews from consumers who report using the strain to manage these symptoms, and/or substantial scientific evidence suggesting that its dominant terpenes may help manage the conditions listed below.