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XJ-13 Strain (AAAA)

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Product Code: XJ-13 Strain

Indica % Sativa %
Purity / Potency
Pain Relief

Hybrid strain at 50% Indica / 50% Sativa

Cannabis of marijuana is one of the most controversial plants today. It is because of the underlying incidents of substance misuse and abuse connected to cannabis. Despite its sensitive standing, cannabis is still a great medical treatment which is why it is not totally banned in some areas. 

Today, due to demand and necessity, a lot of strains of cannabis have been bred and grown. One of the modern strains that are popular among patrons today is the XJ-3 strain.


The XJ-13 cannabis strain is a hybrid of a Jack Herer and G13 Haze varieties. The strain is Sativa-dominant, meaning it provides more energizing effects than the Indica-dominant strains which are more viable as sleep inducers.

When grown, the XJ-13 shows moderate difficulty and is known to be a tall strain with a height that can reach more than 78 inches. Aside from its tall stature, this strain also flowers earlier than other hybrids at 7 to 9 weeks while others take 9 to 10 weeks. When harvested, every square foot can yield up to 6 ounces of XJ-13.

The plant releases a citrus and sweet scent with a tang of pine which helps awaken the senses. This makes this a popular product for those who love citrus and an overall lively appeal.

Positive Effects

Compared to other strains, such as the Indica-dominant ones, the XJ-13 is more of an energy booster. When used it delivers a euphoric and energizing high that makes boosts the cerebral cortex. This helps the consumer feel relaxed and happy which in turn, helps stimulate brain creativity. People who are mentally stimulated become energetic and can support conversations better. 

Aside from this, because of the euphoric and energetic feeling that the consumer feels, the strain is popularly used in nations that do not ban the product in the treatment of various ailments. These ailments include pain, lack of appetite, fatigue, stress, and depression. The latter two ailments are the two most popular benefactors of strain. 

Negative Effects

Most consumers of the strain often experience dry mouth and dry eyes after some time, and the former being the more common occurrence. Some consumers also report experience headaches. Some also even end up developing anxiety and paranoia issues once they are exposed to prolonged use and abrupt stops in using the product. 

Tips on Growing

The XJ-13 strain is quite difficult to obtain, which make it a clone-only strain. Most growers, when they cannot obtain a strain, develop their own mother plant through crossing a Jack Herer and a G13 Haze. Once a mother strain is grown, it can be easily produced again and again.

In terms of growing environment, the XJ-13 is adaptive. It can grow on either soil gardens or hydroponic setups. However, for higher tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content, planting it in hydroponic setups in indoor gardens is a better option. 

There are two methods which can be used in growing this strain: Sea of Green (SOG) and Screen of Green (SCROG). In SOG, the plant is forced to flower early, and the vegetative stage only lasts for two weeks. This method is better done if you want to harvest your plants earlier than normal. The SCROG used similar methods as the SOG. However, there is an added use of a screen to maximize exposure to light. The screens used are usually nylon nets or chicken coop wires. The screens are used to hold the top canopy to give the lower portion better access to the light. 

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Jacob Borg - 01/10/2019

Tasty and very smooth, the high is pretty good but not the best for me

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