Indica Dominant Hybrid – 80% Indica / 20% Sativa
THC: 20% – 25%
Axilla is a rare indica dominant hybrid strain (80% indica/20% sativa) created through crossing the infamous Fall 97 X Bubba Kush strains. Hard to find outside of the West Coast area, Axilla is a patient favorite for its surprisingly energetic and heady high with relaxing physical effects. The high starts with a creeping effect, sneaking up on the back of the mind before suddenly filling you with a happy sense of creative energy. This budding euphoria quickly turns heady, leaving you slightly stoned and unfocused but totally happy about it. As your mind settles, a deep sense of calm will begin to wash over your body, lulling you into pure relaxation without causing too much sedation. Thanks to these effects and its super high 20-25% average THC level, Axilla is often said to be perfect for treating those suffering from chronic stress or anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, insomnia and chronic pain. This bud has a sweet and sugary berry candy flavor with a notably raspberry-esque exhale. The aroma is just as bright, with a sweet berry aroma and touches of mellow earth. Axilla buds have small and rounded olive green nugs with purple undertones, matching leaves, light amber hairs and a coating of clear crystal trichomes dripping with sweet syrupy resin.
While some newer users may think they can handle all that Axilla has to offer, it’s typically recommended that more experienced smokers partake in her 22% THC average. Her nugs are round in shape and feature an unusual combination of purple undertones, amber hairs, and clear crystals that are covered in sticky resin. Those who love dessert strains will crave Axilla as her flavors and aromas take on a sweet berry note with hints of earth and candy.
Just a few tokes of Axilla will likely send you into a blissful haze, with many users claiming that they get a short-lived sense of euphoric energy. Take advantage of this time while you can, because it certainly won’t last long. As your high continues, it’s likely that you’ll drift into a state of calm that’s both physical and mental, eventually leaving you with a bit of hunger and a lot of relaxation. Grab some snacks and put on a good movie because you probably won’t be leaving the couch for at least a few hours.
Anyone looking to address medical issues will find that Axilla offers a well-rounded set of benefits that can help to soothe a range of symptoms. Individuals with anxiety and depression may find that they have difficultly forming a negative thought after a few puffs, and those who struggle with bodily pain have claimed that Axilla helps to dull their discomfort. Depending on your symptoms, this strain could help with PTSD or insomnia, while others have noted that nausea or a loss of appetite is helped by the munchies this bud provides.
The Bank Genetics is a bit of an interesting breeder because while they aren’t shy about sharing cultivation information, actually locating seeds or clones tends to be much harder. Axilla is said to be great for growers of all experience levels and, while she’ll do well inside, will truly thrive outside. Plants can get quite large and tend to produce an exceptional harvest. Inside growth will conclude in roughly 8 to 9 weeks.
Between her mouth-watering fruity flavors and her reported range of effects, Axilla is a great strain for more experienced users to try. Depending on your tolerance, you could get away with taking a few tokes in the early afternoon but it’s recommended that you really wait until the end of the day to indulge. This bud could be great for lazy weekends and is popular for both recreational and medical use.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Axilla?
Axilla cannabis strain is not just delightful for its sweet pungent coffee flavors with hints of earthy undertones, is also a good provider of strong high commencing with a rush of euphoria and well-felt happiness that drops you in a state of complete ecstasy. Tides of motivation and creative thinking and energy will embrace more in your mind.
What are the Medical Benefits of Axilla?
This strain is perfect for managing persistent discomfort due to injuries such as headaches and migraines, or even illness. And in some situations, ailments such as stress, depression, nausea, and muscle spasms will also be very well relieved.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Axilla?
Negative effects of the Axilla will definitely make you feel delusional especially if too much was smoke. Aside from dryness of your eyes and mouth, feeling so green and queasy will also be felt so, a little control for newbies.
How to Grow Axilla?
Axilla is an easy to grow type of strain and it is much enjoyable if this was cultivated outside. And when it comes to growing outside, best to do is mulching. This basically means that as the organic materials break down and start decomposing, nutrients become more accessible. And then on, mulch will deliver what nutrients are released to the soil, then soil to plants.
Type of High
Axilla cannabis strain’s high start with a powerful onset of euphoria that leaves the user in a state of total bliss. Waves of inspiration and imaginative energy will wash up to shore and retreat back into your mind, once in a while.
Breeder: The Bank. Cannabis Genetics: Axilla cannabis strain is a cross of Fall 97 and Bubba Kush cannabis strains.
Ah, the fall of 1997 – a time when the cannabis world was dramatically different and there were far fewer strain varieties to enjoy. Thankfully we’ll never have to go back to that place in time, and instead can wax nostalgic while smoking Fall ‘97 from The Bank. Developed in Colorado, this indica-dominant strain is a cross between Purple Urkle and OG Kush.
Given her genetics, you’d think Fall ‘97 would be more potent, but she tends to average right around 18% THC. Her nugs are very dense and filled with brown-toned hairs and a light dusting of trichomes. Purple hues are often seen peeking through a light green base color. Users describe her flavors as sweet and fruity with a noticeable diesel and kush blend that hits right as you exhale. For some, this tends to be rather cough inducing, but if you’re well-versed with the Kush family, you’ll probably find that it enhances your overall experience.
OG Kush is often a knock-out type of bud, so again, it’s surprising that Fall ‘97 behaves in the ways that she does. For many users, a sensation of relaxation will hit right off the bat, but alongside this feeling often comes a burst of euphoria coupled with some social tendencies. You may want to hang out with friends or strike up a conversation with someone new at the bus stop but make sure you keep your timing in mind because relaxation is impending. Unless you’re a brand new smoker, you likely won’t be glued to your couch, but laying horizontally will certainly sound appealing.
Bubba Kush is a heavy indica hybrid that enjoys very wide popularity. The strain’s original L.A. breeder claims that while one parent was an OG Kush plant, the other was an unnamed Northern Lights phenotype brought back from Mardi Gras in New Orleans; this unnamed mother strain affectionately came to be known as “Bubba,” and has since been lost. Prior to 1998, Bubba Kush was only available as a clone, but it has since been replicated so that its seeds could be packaged and sold. Bubba Kush is a classic indica with a solid sedative high that leaves users relaxed but still functional. It has a typically high THC content, ranging from 15% to 22%.
Bubba Kush has small to medium sized buds that have the dense bud structure characteristic of indica varieties. The leaves are dark green and can sometimes show shades of purple, the result of anthocyanin pigments having been activated by cold temperatures during the growing process. This is a very resinous strain — a coating of white trichomes covers the colorful leaves, and are even visible on the inside when buds are broken open.