Damnesia by Strain Hunters is the crossing of A.M.S. x Amnesia Haze, resulting in a slightly sativa dominant hybrid. She produces a strong peppery taste and aroma that mixes in with undertones of sandalwood. The high induced is mainly cerebral – just strong enough to be social and creative without overpowering. Damnesia flowers in 9-10 weeks, yielding up to 900g/m².
|Genetics||60% sativa - 40% indica|
|Parents||A.M.S. x Amnesia Haze|
|Flowering period||9-10 weeks|
|Harvest time (outdoor)||October|
|Available as||Feminized seeds|
|Seed bank||Strain Hunters|
Strain Hunters have once again created a top-notch variety by crossing a classic Amnesia with the undisclosed genetics of the A.M.S. All we know about A.M.S is; it's a mix of two Swiss hybrids, bringing to the table something remarkable and unique. With a very distinct taste and appearance, the A.M.S lends its original look and taste to Damnesia, with hues of reddish pistils along with its light-green leaves. On the other hand, the Amnesia lineage involves the already rich and complex flavors of the A.M.S. with a typical sativa/haze fragrance and potency, reminiscent of the prized Super Silver Haze.
Behaving like a predominant sativa, the end of flowering is expected to reach the 9-10 week mark. With a timely sow, an outdoor harvest can occur mid-October, producing up to 1kg/plant. Indoors, yields are estimated to reach around 900g/m², using a typical 1000w HPS. With an internodal distance of 8-10cm, a medium-sized plant is to be expected. She has a natural tendency to produce long, thick colas, so side branches may need support at the later stages of bloom. Takes on a strong feeding regime quite well and in the right condition can be pushed to around EC 2.0 for some added final weight. Leaves are typical sativa; long and thin, making the trim job particularly easy to manage. The only challenge will be how to tame the immense and sticky resin production, and to decide how much finger hash is enough for a joint.
The Damnesia experience can only be described in one word - complex. From its taste to its smell, to the way it hits you, there is nothing usual about this breeding project. The fragrance swings from floral to fruity, forestry even, with added spicy pepper tones, making your taste buds tingle. You will feel it straight away upon first smoke, but it is not an instant smasher. The mainly cerebral buzz, along with its paced and increasing buzz onset, makes it ideal for extended creative sessions. Be sure to have your favorite snacks at hand as you will probably need them to fight off the munchies. Damnesia is, therefore, an ideal strain for patients needing an appetite boost. It has been reported that those seeking relief from pain will also find comfort in this strain.