Low odor strains and odor-control tools are crucial to indoor growers. Growing your own weed is fun and rewarding, but many believe it’s not an option because they live in a place where weed isn’t legal. But every stoner should grow their own plants at least once, and low odor strains are a great way to do so under the radar. We’ve put together a list of the six least stinky strains you can grow discreetly, plus, some other techniques to keep odor from escaping your garden or closet.
White Rhino is a hybrid of White Widow and an unknown North American indica strain, creating a bushy and stout plant. The buds give off a strong and heady high. The plant’s parentage hails from Afghanistan, Brazil, and India. White Rhino is one of the best types of marijuana for medicinal use since it has such a high THC content.
Durban Poison plants can be nearly odorless, which is great for stealth growing. When its flowers are cured, they have a spicy, citrusy smell and a taste that some compare to anise. The buds are long and dark green with tons of orange hairs and trichomes. Durban Poison can be used for ADD/ADHD, chronic fatigue, depression, and migraines, as well as overall productivity, creativity, and euphoria.
Kali Mist is known to deliver clear-headed, energetic effects that can verge on psychedelic at times. Despite having an unknown genetic history, Kali Mist is believed to have originated in the 1990s through crossing two sativa-dominant hybrids. This lightweight sativa is a perfect choice for consumers looking to maintain focus and productivity throughout their day.
One of the most well-known of the low odor strains, Northern Lights is a classic indica strain. Because it was bred to be grown indoors, it’s not only low odor, but it flowers quickly and is quite resilient. It is a great plant to grow at home because it is packed with THC. Northern Lights tests between 16 and 26 percent THC, averaging around 20 percent. When buds are cured, they smell piney with a hint of citrus and taste that way too. The low odor indica provides an uplifting sense of euphoria as well as eases muscle tension. It can be used for depression, anxiety, insomnia, pain, muscle spasms, or just unwinding.
Polar Express comes from auto-flowering seeds, making it low maintenance and good for novice growers. Its physical effects can be strong even though Polar Express usually only has 15 percent THC. But that makes it one of the best low odor strains for pain, muscle spasms, and inflammation. It’s also used for appetite and nausea, depression, stress, and anxiety. Polar Express is also favored by indoor growers because these plants are not only low odor, but small in size. In fact, they rarely grow higher than two and a half feet. While they don’t produce huge yields, the buds are top-quality for very little effort.
There’s low odor strains, and then there’s strains that hardly smell like weed, but more like fruit. Papaya, is exactly that. This indica-dominant hybrid leaves a recognizable papaya scent in the air that’s tropical and sweet. Although an indica, Papaya is famous for its energizing effects, making people feel both calm and productive. People use Papaya for PMS, cramps, gastrointestinal issues, muscle cramps, sleep, anxiety, and depression. Papaya is good for indoor growers for its short flowering time in addition to its subtle aroma.
Like Papaya, Blue Mystic is one of those low odor strains that smells like fruit instead of skunk. As you probably guessed, Blue Mystic smells like blueberries, but only faintly. It’s an indica dominant strain with “mysterious” origins, but some speculate its genetics may include Blueberry, Northern Lights, and Skunk. Blue Mystic provides a relaxing and happy high that many use for pain, nausea, stress, and insomnia. Blue Mystic has flowers with a blue tint that are covered in white trichomes. Indoor growers favor low odor strains like Blue Mystic for their fast-flowering in addition to discreet smell. This indica flowers in as little as seven weeks.
Master Kush is a popular indica cross created out of two landrace strains from different parts of the Hindu Kush region. Master Kush is bred by the Dutch White Label Seed Company, located in Amsterdam. During maturation the plant produces a subtle earthy, citrus smell with a hint of incense, which is often described as a vintage flavor. The taste of Master Kush is reminiscent of the famous hard-rubbed charas hash. This strain holds a superb balance of full-body relaxation without the mind-numbing effect that many indica strains produce. Instead, Master Kush offers a sharpened sensory awareness that can bring out the best of any activity.
This hybrid doesn’t smell nearly as rank as it sounds. Sharksbreath is the last of our low odor strains because it does have a bit of a sweet aroma, but it’s very subtle. Not only do indoor growers like this strain for its low odor, but it’s also a short plant with giant colas that flower in about nine weeks. Not exactly for beginner’s, Sharksbreath really shines when grower’s use the Screen of Green Technique (SCROG). Read more about SCROG here.
Of the low odor strains, this one has some impressive genetics. Sharksbreath is cross between Lamb’s Bread, a super uplifting sativa, and Great White Shark. It was developed by the same cultivators who created Tangie and LA Confidential, two of the most popular strains in California and around the world.
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