Dutch Treat

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Dutch Treat Qualities and Characteristics

Mental Aid
Stress, PTSD, Depression, Mood disorder, Anxiety disorder
Physical Aid
Pain relief, Appetite stimulant, Nausea, Fibromyalgia, Fatigue
Northern Lights, Skunk, Haze
Hybrid indica dominant
Type of High
Euphoric, Uplifting, Clear, Calm, Energizing, Social, Creative, Appetite-stimulating
Citrus, Eucalyptus, Pine, Sweet
Citrus, Pine, Sweet
Side Effects
Dry mouth, Dry eyes, Headache, Paranoia, Dizziness

While its exact origins are unknown, Dutch Treat seems to come from the same genetic pool as well-known strains like Jack Herer, Cinderella 99, and Super Silver Haze. Although it is often on the more indica side than its likely cousins and therefore emparts a more pronounced body buzz, Dutch Treat has similar qualities like a sweet, citrus, piney taste and a clear, creative high. Popular in Amsterdam and the Pacific Northwest, this is a strain that has stood the test of time and is much sought after for a long list of ailments.

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  • Indoor flowering time: 42-65 days - Dependent on version
  • Harvest time: (Outdoor/Greenhouse) Early to late September

East Island Seeds: Flowering: Indoor 6-8 weeks; Outdoor Sept 5-15. Height: 4-5 ft. Yield: 1/4-1/2 lb.


Jordan of the Islands Seeds: Flowering Time: 55-65 days. Harvesting Outdoor: middle to late September. Approx Yield: heavy.


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Additional Information

Popular in Amsterdam, Dutch Treat is predominantly an Indica hybrid. The strain produces a rush of cerebral effects that lift users' spirits. Following the head high, a calm numbing sensation takes over the body, which can make users feel lazy or tired, but not necessarily glued to their couches. Side effects include dry mouth and eyes, occasional headaches, dizziness, and paranoia. This strain is often recommended for afternoon use and to help patients deal with stress, anxiety, depression. It also helps with body aches and pains and is used to treat insomnia. Those dealing with nausea and lack of appetite also benefit from this strain.


This Hybrid comes from the region from which it was named. This is a favorite among old school cannabis users for its uplifting euphoric state that melts your stresses away. Dutch Treat both smells and tastes of sweet menthol citrus. This strain is good for treating depression, mood swings, anxiety, chronic fatigue, and stress. This strain has also been known to help some with insomnia in higher doses. There are other versions of this strain that have been either crossed with a Haze or Northern Lights. This explains why some versions of Dutch Treat are more Sativa or Indica, the info of its cross can sometimes become lost in transition.


A popular strain in Amsterdam, Dutch Treat is classified as a heavier hybrid estimated to be ~80% Indica. What this means is that this strain will predominantly effect your body; although, it does provide a nice initial head-rush. Great for relaxing after a long day at work and for those seeking stress relief. Your body feels floaty and lightweight rather than tired, making this a unique hybrid to medicate with


This mainstay of the marijuana world has a strong heritage, and in our experience, a consistency of appearance that is rare in the industry. We’ve found Dutch Treat to be an easy one to identify by smell, having a strong pine note with just a hint of diesel. Its cannabinoid profile, too, is an indicator of this strain with a pretty consistent CBD:THC ratio of 1:18, which is more CBD than most flower we see.