White Widow, an indica-dominant hybrid, and Haze, a pure sativa, were crossed to produce Moby Dick, a sativa-dominant hybrid with a 75:25 sativa/indica ratio. THC content is high; in certain tests, it exceeds 21%. Because of its extremely low CBD content—less than 1%—this is not a good option for people with epilepsy or other diseases that are sensitive to this cannabinoid. A highly euphoric, creative high with an optimistic mood is produced by the hefty sativa gene load. The benefits of treating depression, anxiety, pain, and spasms in the muscles are substantial. An appetite loss can also be relieved by Moby Dick. Overall, it has a calm and soothing effect.
Citrus is the predominant flavor and aroma when smoking Moby Dick. In addition, this strain smells sweetly like flowers and tastes like earthy lemon. The most frequent negative effects are bloodshot eyes and dry mouth. Paranoia can also occur. A somewhat well-liked strain called Moby Dick is offered in a number of states where medical marijuana is permitted. Arizona, Colorado, and several regions of Europe are probably the best places to find it. The enormous yields this strain produces—up to 1,500 grams per square meter—give it its name.