Dr. Who Marijuana Strain Information

Dr. Who

Indica Dominant Hybrid – 60% Indica / 40% Sativa

THC: 23%

Dr. Who is mostly offered in the form of small to medium nuggets. It is an indica dominated strain (60:40 indica /sativa ratio), which creates an amazing 23% THC level. The nuggets have a nice bright and light green color with purple spotting all over. What is truly amazing about it is its alluring smell, which is quite fruity. It is an extraordinary hybrid between Sativa and Indica and will actually remind you of a fruit salad. The name is self explanatory when it comes to the buzz. Not only will you feel focused, but you will feel as though you can take on the world itself. Even though at times you may feel as though something is weighing down on you, you will still be able to move around freely. It is perfect for calming your senses and will allow you to perform better than you could have ever before. It is safe to say that an ideal strain will allow you to do whatever you are doing without being interrupted. Even though you are relaxed, you will not feel tired or lazy. Your focus will be sharp and you will have a clear vision, but it can cause you to feel thirsty, which makes it important for you to have a lot of water lying around.

Dr. Who

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Dr. Who typically has small to medium-sized buds that hold a dense and heavy structure, typical of indicas. It is distinguished by earthy green leaves that are shot through with a vibrant shade of purple. Almost all phenotypes of Dr. Who show these purple hues, which are the result of high concentrations of anthocyanin pigments stimulated by unusually cold weather during the growing process. Trichomes dust the surfaces of the flowers and are also visible on the insides of buds if they’re broken open — in all, Dr. Who is very sticky when properly cured. The primary smell of this strain is dank and reminiscent of wet earth. There are also some traces of sour lemon and other tropical fruits lingering underneath. When combusted, the flowers have a harsh smoke which can induce heavy coughing and can sting the sinuses. On the exhale, this smoke has a notably sweet and tangy taste. Interestingly, not all phenotypes of Dr. Who will smell or taste like grape, as the pigments that dictate this strain’s color do not have an effect on its flavor.

Dr. Who has a high that mounts slowly and is eventually made obvious by a heaviness in the head. Users will also detect a sharpening of the senses sounds, smells, colors, and even tastes may seem more dynamic and intense. Appropriately enough for a strain named after a time-hopping humanoid, Dr. Who may also confer a strong sense of time dilation. Any changes in perception are more relaxing than energizing, in synch with Dr. Who’s mellow body buzz. As the high progresses, this relaxing stimulation of both body and mind can take any direction the user prefers it’s a great choice for embracing creativity, taking a long walk, or just having a rambling conversation with friends. Medically, Dr. Who has mostly physical applications. It’s a great way to melt away mild aches; it can even dull pain associated with serious diseases like fibromyalgia or multiple sclerosis. When consumed in large enough amounts, it can also be an effective treatment for insomnia. Side effects include dry mouth and heavy, droopy eyes although couchlock isn’t often reported, and this strain’s mellow character means that there’s a low risk of paranoia. Dr. Who’s high THC content makes it a potent strain for novices and experienced cannabis users alike.


Dr. Who offers an intense earthy and fruity scent. The prominent smell is one of dankness, though you may also get hints of sour lemon.


You may experience grapefruit and citrus flavors that make the tongue tingle. When you light Dr. Who and take a few tokes, beware of the harsh taste. It can occasionally cause coughing. As you exhale, you might get sweet and tangy flavors that linger. Certain phenotypes also provide a grape taste.


Most Dr. Who phenotypes will show at least hints of purple. In general, you should see vibrant purple coloring due to the large concentration of anthocyanin. This deep coloring stands out against the earthy green leaves and dusting of trichomes. When properly cured, Dr. Who buds are extremely sticky.

Dr. Who Strain Grow Info

Dr. Who

You can purchase Dr. Who seeds with relative ease online. It is a strain that grows well indoors or outside. It is easy to grow because of its strong resistance to diseases and most forms of mold. Dr. Who only requires a moderate amount of nutrients.

If you decide to cultivate it outdoors, make sure you live in a warm climate. Dr. Who prefers a daytime temperature of 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Its yield outside is around 15 ounces per plant. This particular strain is usually ready for harvest by the end of September.

When growing Dr. Who indoors, the yield is around 11 ounces per square meter planted. Its flowering time is 8-9 weeks.

Like most indica-dominant plants, Dr. Who grows short and bushy. It also has wide branches. Once it reaches maturity, it has large and heavy buds. You may need to invest in dowels, stakes, or other types of support. Otherwise, the buds could cause the branches to droop.

Dr. Who naturally produces an aesthetically pleasing purple hue. However, you can emphasize it by reducing the nighttime temperature 10-15 degrees. Please wait until it is late in the vegetative stage before proceeding. Also, keep an eye on the plants so you can see signs of ‘shock.’ Dropping the temperature too sharply could damage your crop’s growth.

Potential Effects of Dr. Who

The experience is a slow build and is entering its peak when you start feeling heaviness in your head and the sharpening of all your senses. It’s best used for increasing your creativity, having long, in-depth talks, and exploring nature. You will not feel sedated after one bowl this strain.

Potential Negative Effects of Dr. Who

The strain will give you an extreme case of dry mouth and can cause your eyes to dry or appear droopy. The good news is, even with a crazy high level of THC, there is a low risk for paranoia. The smoke can be harsh, irritating your sinuses and causing a lot of coughing.

Lineage of Dr. Who

Dr. Who is a cross of Mad Scientist, an indica-dominant strain, and Timewreck, an uplifting sativa. Both parents of Dr. Who are potent in THC, and this is where Dr. Who derives its creative, uplifting, yet relaxed effects.

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