It is a crowd favorite for its hard-hitting and longtime effects, which is a significant contribution from its parents.
It is also addictive with delicious flavors that keep you coming to on end. When the smoke hits you, it melts down your body, relaxing your muscles.
The buds of Do-Si-Dos have bright pistils, glittering trichomes, and lime green and lavender leaves.
The dominant terpene in Do-Si-Dos is limonene.
Flavors of the Do-Si-Dos
Do-Si-Dos has spicy, sweet, pepper, and earthy flavors with slight floral tones.
Effects of the Do-Si-Dos
After dubbing on Do-Si-Dos, you’ll feel relaxed and energized.
Do-Si-Dos also helps treat anxiety, stress, chronic pain, depression, nausea, and insomnia.
The common side effects are dry mouth, dizziness, headaches, paranoia, and bloodshot eyes.
Do-Si-Dos Grow Tips
Do-Si-Dos is an excellent strain for intermediate and advanced growers and can be grown indoors, outdoors, or in greenhouses.
Indoors, the flowering time is 8-9 weeks, with 14 ounces per square meter yield.
The harvest outdoors is ready by late September or early October. The yield from each plant is 18 ounces.
The plant from the Do-Si-Dos seed grows to a medium height.
It can grow in sunny and somewhat humid environments.
Uses of Do-Si-Dos
Do-Si-Dos pot users believe it is intensely relaxing, leading to a good night’s sleep.
Others use it to help reduce nausea and pain and increase appetite.
Best time of the day to use
Because of its profound relaxation effects, Do-Si-Dos weed is better consumed at night.
Disclaimer: This is not medical advice; seek professional counsel from qualified medical marijuana personnel.
Germinating Do-Si-Dos Seeds
Germinating seeds shouldn’t be a nightmare; we keep it simple with two of our favorite ways to germinate seeds.
The paper towel method and direct seeding.
Germinating seeds with the Paper towel method.
What you need; Do-Si-Dos Seeds, Ziplock bags or two dinner plates, paper towels, mist spray bottle, purified water, and tweezers.
Using dinner plates
- Place one paper towel on one plate.
- Moisten the paper towel using a water spray bottle.
- Place your seeds on the paper towel – distance the seeds by an inch.
- Moisten the second paper towel and cover the seeds.
- Cover the seeds with the second dinner plate
- Place the plates in a warm dark place; a drawer or cupboard can work.
Using Zip lock bags
- Dampen your paper towel and place it on a flat surface.
- Place your seeds on one-half the paper towel – distance the seeds by one inch.
- Fold the other half of the paper towel over the seeds, properly covering them.
- Insert the paper towel into the zip lock bag.
- Tack your Ziplock bag into a dark warm place
Whichever method you prefer, ensure your paper towels are constantly moist.
Germinating seeds with the direct seeding method.
Another hassle-free way to germinate your seeds is with the direct seeding method.
- Moisten the soil with a mist spray bottle,
- Poke a hole in moist soil with your finger or a stick twice the size of the seed.
- Plant the seed, and then cover with a pinch or two of soil.
- If the ground is hard, moist the soil in the next 2-3 days with a mist spray
- Your seed should pop in 1-5 days.
Popular Questions about Do-Si-Dos seeds
Are Do-Si-Dos seeds feminized?
Yes, our Do-Si-Dos seeds are feminized.
Are Do-Si-Dos seeds Auto-flower?
No, Do-Si-Dos seeds are not auto-flower; they are Photoperiods.
When do Do-Si-Dos seeds flower?
Your seeds will flower in around 8-9 weeks. You should, however, remember that photoperiods will often flower based on how much light you expose to the plants. So the fewer the hours your seeds get exposed to, the sooner they bloom.
Can a beginner grow Do-Si-Dos seeds?
Although all our Do-Si-Dos seeds are beginner friendly, we recommend them for growers with Photoperiod growing experience.
How long will it take for Do-Si-Dos seeds to germinate?
If you follow our germination guide, your Do-Si-Dos seeds will germinate in 1 – 5 days.
How long does it take for Do-Si-Dos seeds to go from seed to harvest?
Depending on your grow conditions and light schedules, you should be ready to harvest in 10 – 16 weeks.