G13 is a very strong strain of cannabis indica that is the subject of many urban legends. According to some accounts, the CIA, FBI, and other agencies gathered the best strains of marijuana from breeders all over the world. At a super-secret installation at the University of Mississippi, they bred many new super hybrids in the late 1960s. Allegedly, a single cutting of this plant was liberated by an unnamed technician and bred for the masses. G-13
Although the legends are probably not true, G13 delivers effects like no other. If you have the opportunity, definitely partake in this strain.
True G-13, or Government Indica Strain 13, is a pure Indica strain that appeared sometime in the 70s or 80s. After years of crossbreeding, however, the current G-13s generally in dispensaries are unlikely to be pure Indica. Today’s G-13 strains are typically 70% Indica and 30% Sativa. G-13
G-13 produces a powerful body stone, typical of Indica strains, that will make users feel lazy and lethargic. It also has strong cerebral effects often described as euphoric. Experienced users claim this strain makes them more focused and creative before the couch-lock feeling sets in. The strain also possesses typical downsides associated with Indica strains high in THC, including dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, paranoia, and some anxiety.
G13, also known as ‘Government Indica Strain 1,’ is an indica leaning hybrid known for its happy and relaxing high. It tastes super piney and earthy, so it’s great if you love those natural and herby-tasting strains. In addition, this strain is popular in the medical marijuana community and works wonders for migraines, muscle spasms, and joint pains.
It is widely call for its unique ability to provide full-body pain-relief with very little to no physical fatigue or feelings of heaviness. The G-13 strain tends to produce plants that spawn very uplifting Indica buds.
Many MMJ patients that I know like to medicate with this strain all day to help them cope with their ailments. Most popular among those treating chronic pain relief, lupus, inflammation, stomach issues, and general loss of appetite.