G-13 is one of the rare indicas that produces an uplifting high with no fatigue. This is a strain that truly provides you with a high like no other, while completing medicating patients to the point of utter body sedation. If you are a Sativa-lover there is no possible way you will enjoy this strain and as a matter of fact, you will have your socks completely knocked off.
The body high associated with G-13 is very warm and very comforting and is more than capable of producing euphoric and uplifting effects. Although the smoke itself is harsh, you are going to have a great feeling pulsing throughout your body.
If there is a strain of marijuana wrapped in the veil of mystery, it’s G-13. There are numerous and diverse stories that are told about this seed, and even more unknowns that assail those who know the myths about this strain. For those who have no idea what this is all about, the first question is mandatory: what would you think if they told you that in the 1970’s, the U.S. government developed its own marijuana strain?
Now that times have changed and U.S. authorities seem to be working to change their prohibitionist policy, maybe it would not surprise you too much to find out that this really happened. But think, since the enactment of the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, marijuana use has been completely prohibited in this North American country, whether for medicinal use, quite popular until then, or for recreational use. That is, the same authorities that sanctioned those who consumed marijuana, financed research to create their own strain with money from public coffers. Does that not seem farfetched?
Despite the laws their predecessors had passed some years before, one of the presidents of the U.S. did not have the slightest objection to breaking them. The dates are not certain, so it is impossible to tell if it was John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon or Gerald Ford that gave the go-ahead for these experiments. Everything that has been written on the matter places the experiments carried out by the main U.S. intelligence agencies at the University of Mississippi. There, the CIA, FBI and some other government authority tried to make a truth serum.