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Jack's Beans - Night Nurse

Jack\'s Beans - Night Nurse cannabis seed
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AfghaniSkunk 1
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The best in medical! 

Jack's Beans has launched Night Nurse a classic high CBD seed.  Night Nurse brings the recommended 1:1 CBD/THC ratio, with your CBD cranked right up to 8%.  

This Afghani X Skunk1 hybrid is 80/20 Indica/Sativa.  This amazing plant flowers in a record breaking 6 to 7 weeks and yields more than 500g (18 OZ)/m2.

Ideal for indoor or outdoor cultivation and relatively easy to manage this is the best choice you can make.

Indoor Grow?Yes
Outdoor Grow?Yes
Greenhouse Grow?Yes
Medical Use?Yes
Medical UsesMax stress and pain relief and effective for insomnia depression and nausea
Indica and Sativa StrainsYes
Height NotesShort and bushy
Flowering TimeShort
Yield Notes510g(18 Oz)/M2
THC ContentLow
Taste NotesEarthy Sweet and Pungent
GeneticsAfghani X Skunk 1

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