Mr. Nice

Written by KindReviews on September 23rd, 2010. Posted in Anxiety, Blog, Body Relaxation, Indica, Indica-Dominant Hybrid, Insomnia, Muscular, Pain, Pains, Strains

MR. NICE STRAIN INFORMATION

General Information

Type:  Indica-dominant hybrid

Genetics:  G-13 x Hashplant

Geographic Origin:  Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Seed Company/Clone: Sensi Seeds

Description: A heavy-hitting and hashy Indica hybrid that was intended to replicate the flavor and effects of the G-13 mother as closely as possible, Mr. Nice has deep green foliage and thick, dense buds.

History

Story: The strain was originally just called G-13 x Hashplant and was a limited release.  It was then re-created and re-released by Sensi Seeds and renamed “Mr Nice” after the nickname of Howard Marks, the famous cannabis and hashish smuggler, author, and advocate.

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Growing Information

Flowering Time: 55 – 60 days

Preferred Growing Medium: Grows stout with a strong single cola and very dense buds, it’s advisable to keep the humidity low to prevent mold in the main buds.  Good for SOG methods.

Patient Expectations

Scent: Slightly citrusy with a strong smell of trichomes (hashy)

Flavor: Earthy and hashy, with a spicy hint

Effects: Strongly sedative, this strain is best for evening use.  Its rising body effect leaves the user feeling warm and vibrating, helping to ease muscle tension and pain.  Though not as strong as some modern day hybrids, this strain is a good choice for a moderate Indica user who likes a traditional hashy Afghani taste.

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Comments (3)

  • September 27, 2010 at 3:23 am |

    I didnt see it posted anyplace but its just g-13 x hashplant. More comercial than medical in my opinion. great for growing and making money though.

  • April 19, 2011 at 2:40 am |

    Nice review! If only they were pictures too :P

    To us, all cannabis strains are medical, it’s effectiveness only depends on the condition you use it for.

    Thanks rlp!

  • rlp
    April 19, 2011 at 8:12 am |

    We agree completely with that — some people simply cannot deal with very high-potency (what most people consider “medical-grade”) strains… It is completely dependent upon the patient’s own physiology whether or not something is medically-effective. For me personally, I can’t see any strain having ZERO medical value, though some do serve to aggravate my particular conditions.

    Thanks for commenting Sensi — we have lots of pictures of your other strains, but we haven’t seen the Mr. Nice in a while, so no new pictures for that one. We’ll work on finding a nice example so we can flesh this page out like most of the others.

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