The Dutch Treat cannabis strain is an Indica-dominant hybrid with a pungent, earthy scent and sweet taste often found in Amsterdam coffee shops, prized for its pleasant, euphoric high and soft body effects.
The origin of the Dutch Treat cannabis strain is a mystery since neither the breeder nor the nation has been revealed. However many believe it was created by Jordan of the Islands, a Vancouver Island grower. Most people believe it’s a cross between Northern Lights and Haze; however, more study is required.
When you have time to enjoy its euphoric and pleasant body effects, Dutch Treat is ideal for leisurely evenings or days when you want to unwind. It’s a light-headed strain that is not overwhelming.
Dutch Treat is popular among marijuana users for its mood-enhancing qualities, which may help with anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
It’s a good choice for managing pain from arthritis and migraines since it has a tingly body buzz. Dutch Treat is a good choice for those new to cannabis, as it is not overwhelming. However, it may be too strong for those who are sensitive to THC.
The Dutch Treat cannabis strain has an average THC content of 20%. Its CBD content ranges from 0.5% to 1% (THC/CBD). Dutch Treat strains are often used to make concentrates and edibles.
Note: Dutch Treat is not to be confused with Dutchman’s Gold, which is a Sativa-dominant hybrid.
It’s also important to remember that what works for others may not work for you. Educating yourself and performing cautious testing will aid in your discovery. The indicated THC and CBD ranges are based on estimates provided by the producer. Cannabis is an agricultural product, and crop yields and batches can vary.