Updated on March 15, 2020. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
Dog’s Waltz is a cannabis strain that crosses Purple Urkle (a specific phenotype) and Tres Dawg (Afghan #1 blended with Chemdawg). Its origins can be traced back to 2006 when it was first grown by High & Lonesome Seed Company in a collaborative venture with Top Dawg Seeds.
The Dawg’s Waltz strain churns out abundant broad sun leaves, as well as a moderately large amount of dense flowers. A round bud, at maturity, looks a lot like the Urkle flower – swollen and frosty. At the time of vegetation, it is short and bushy but stretches a little when it is flowering.
This strain is best grown indoors, and buds turn to flowers within sixty days under a 12/12 light cycle. If grown outdoors, this strain blooms by the middle of October. This is a strain that relies on clone strains for growth so seeds are available in limited amounts.
A lot of strains of the cannabis plant are used in the medical field today. Dawg’s Waltz is one such strain that is gaining popularity for the relief that it offers from conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, anxiety symptoms, and stress, as it has a sedative and calming effect on the body.
What are cannabis strains? They are either pure or hybrid varieties of the plant genus cannabis, which includes the species C. sativa, C. indica, and C. ruderalis. To learn more, check out MarijuanaDoctors.com directory of cannabis strains so you can identify which meets your health requirements best.