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Cannabis Strain Review: Road Dawg

a.k.a. Road Dog
Type of High: Head and Body
Try it: after a stressful day
Optimum Time of Day: Night
Spectrum: 62% Indica
Dominant Terpene: Myrcene
Effect Percentage
Deeply Relaxing
Side Effect Percentage
Dry Eyes
Dry Mouth
The Scaries

Road Dawg has an ASHI score of 7 out of 11, and a BPS rating of 9 out of 50. The ASHI score, or Ascendancy Strains Heat Index, speaks to how popular it is at this moment in time. Think of it as measuring the flash in the pan strains that are hot right now for consumers. Social media discussions, consumer ratings and reviews are all data points that feed into this score.

BPS, or Brand Power Score, is more institution facing and looks more at data points which reflect how much respect and power this strain has to the industry. Strains that have articles written about them, sold as seeds, award history and inclusion in a strain directory are all examples of data points which feed into a BPS rating. The genetic blend of this strain is 62% Indica.

a section describing the experience of consuming this strain of cannabis

The Happy, Deeply Relaxing, Euphoric, Uplifted and Hungry effects of Road Dawg produce a Head and Body high for cannabis users. Night is the best time to experience this strain. Road Dawg has been reported by users as being used for Depression, Loss Of Appetite, Anxiety, Migraines, and Pain.

Common Usage
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Information found on this site is not meant to be used as or in place of medical advice. Seek advice from a medical professional to address your personal needs.

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The Flavor Story

Road Dawg's primary terpenes are Myrcene, Humulene and Ocimene. Terpenes affect flavor but also provide their own set of medical and experiential effects. When smoked, vaporized or incorporated into an edible, you'll get hit with the flavor profile from Road Dawg that includes: Chemical, Diesel, Earthy, Fruity, Herbal and Mint, ending with a blast of Chemical on the exhale.

The Aroma Story

Can you smell that? Road Dawg has an aroma profile of Chemical, Diesel, Earthy, Fruity and Herbal.

the labs - a section where the levels of different cannabinoids found in this strain of cannabis are shared based on lab testing
17 - 26%

Road Dawg presents Myrcene, Humulene and Ocimene terpenes. The average THC level is 17 - 26%. CBG in this strain should be about 1%.

the grow - a section describing the growth information for this strain of cannabis
Best Results Preferred Climate Grow Difficulty
Indoors and outdoors warm climate Average

Outdoor Grow Info

Harvest Time Height Yield
October Average Moderate

Indoor Grow Info

Indoor Harvest Time Indoor Height Indoor Yield
8-10 weeks Average Moderate

The difficulty to grow Road Dawg is known for being average. For growers looking to cultivate indoors, you can expect average height to be with a yield of moderate in about 8-10 weeks. Outdoors, Road Dawg should harvest around October you can expect average height and moderate yield.

the recipes

What's Cooking?

The smokey notes from Mary Jane's BBQ Sauce will pair nicely with dominant terpene, Myrcene, from Road Dawg. Myrcene terpenes will add some extra zing to the bbq sauce, adding a bit of tangy mango sweetness to the mix. Since we suggest you try Road Dawgafter a stressful day, you might want to check out our recipe for Pink Grapefruit Sorbet. A Pink Grapefruit Sorbet is your best friend after a stressful day, ESPECIALLY when matched with this strain. As the tangy sorbet melts into your mouth, so will your sorrows and the thoughts of those who caused them.

Suggested Recipes For This Strain