Axilla is an indica cannabis strain that was developed by The Bank Genetics in Colorado. It is a cross between Fall 97 and Babba Kush that is becoming increasingly popular with users across the US and beyond.
Axilla is known as a strong strain with an average THC level of 22%. The nugs are round and feature purple undertones, amber hairs and clear crystals that are covered in sticky resin. The flavor and aroma both include hints of berry with earthy undertones.
Many users of Axilla claim that they are given a sense of euphoria at first but that it quickly transforms into a state of deep calm, both physically and mentally. It is also likely to make you hungry and leave you stuck on the couch, so it may be best to prepare snacks in advance.
Axilla is also becoming more popular with medicinal users. It has been known to help with anxiety and depression, as it leaves the mind in a state of deep relaxation. Furthermore, the physically relaxing effects may help with aches and pains. Some have also used it to help with PTSD, insomnia, nausea, and lack of appetite.
According to The Bank Genetics, people with all levels of experience can grow Axilla. It is possible to grow indoors but the plant will do better outside. They tend to become very large and produce very large yields. When grown inside the flowering time tends to be around 8 or 9 weeks.