Mother’s Helper Marijuana Strain [Full Review]

Medical, grow info and more
MarijuanaBreak Staff / Updated on February 12, 2018
Mother's Helper
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Truly a gift from Mother Nature herself, Mother’s Helper marijuana strain offers immense relief.

Considered to be the cure all things “chronic” medical cannabis strain, as well as one of the ultimate reliefs for ADD/ADHD, Mother’s Helper is truly a gift from Mother Nature herself, offering numerous benefits to all walks of life. With only just a few hits going a long way, this hybrid strain is not only a quintessential balance of indica and sativa, it also is readily available at numerous medical marijuana dispensaries and recreational pot shops.

Novice or beginning consumers beware, in very high doses and for those who have not much experience with cannabis, Mother’s Helper can produce the jitters and some anxiety in higher doses. This marijuana strain is uplifting and energizing, as well as inducing genuine happiness and contentment. This and numerous other positive attributes make Mother’s Helper a dream strain, and an intriguing one as well.

Keep reading to discover everything there is to know about Mother’s Helper marijuana strain in our complete review…

What Is Mother’s Helper?:

A perfect balance of indica and sativa, this 50/50 cannabis hybrid strain is the genetic crossing between two polar opposite weed legends; Chocolope sativa and Northern Lights #5 indica. Whenever there is one of these “opposites attract” style genetic fusions, it is hard to know what the product will turn out as, what side of the spectrum will the characteristics take, until it is tested for the very first time.

To much surprise, Mother’s Gift ended up taking on the best of both worlds, with the chocolatey and delectable flavor plus the uplifting, energizing and focus inducing high of Chocolope, and the creativity inducing motivation plus the euphoric and nausea soothing nature of Northern Lights #5. Featuring a sizeable 20-26% THC ratio on average, this strain has an ability to produce intense effects with even the tiniest dose, and the results are fast acting taking mere minutes to present themselves.

Mother’s Helper Aroma, Flavor and Appearance:

With an intensely pleasant aroma, Mother’s Helper offers scents that are reminiscent of its parent strain Chocolope. Smelling earthy, sweet and chocolatey with elements of coffee and citrus mixed in, this outlandish marijuana strain presents an interesting blend of multiple aroma profiles. Smooth on both the inhale and exhale, Mother’s Helper hits the taste buds with sweetness that tastes like citrus, berries, tea and the earth, especially the citrus side with buds that are flavored like a box of freshly ripened oranges.

Appearance-wise, Mother’s Helper offers nugs that are hairy and fluffy, with many curling pistils that are a yellowish orange and longer length sugar leaves that are a grayish-blue toned green. These buds are covered by a thick coating of resin, offering a crystalline structure that glistens and shimmers when placed underneath the light for observation.

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Mother’s Helper Grow Info:

A very easy crop to grow, Mother’s Helper is the ideal strain to cultivate if you desire a well-balanced and medically useful cannabis hybrid that is also resistant to most common molds, mildews, pests and diseases. Suitable for even a novice to attempt, this marijuana mostly just needs to be kept in the proper conditions to truly thrive. Preferring sunny and warm outdoors climates, MH must be kept away from frost, otherwise an entire field of these plants could quickly die.

Suitable for growing in both indoors and outdoors climates, it takes around 8-9 weeks for Mother’s Helper to be ready for harvest (the flowering period). Outdoors, the crops are ready to be picked, cut down and cured around the middle of October on average. Successfully grown outdoors yields are around 19 ounces per plant, an extremely rewarding amount considering how this crop takes less effort to cultivate in relation to most other cannabis strains. Indoors average yields are around 16 ounces per meter squared.

If grown well, this bud can become top quality, top-shelf product, which means it can be sold for sizeable sums to dispensaries and other cannabis shops.

Mother’s Helper Effects:

Typically featured on lists that discuss the most focus-inducing strains, Mother’s Helper brings intense amounts of concentration, in addition to motivating artistic types creatively to begin new projects and continue with old ones. The high is both relaxing and exhilarating at the same time, melting away negative thoughts, stresses and worries, while boosting focus, happiness and contentment.

Mental clarity becomes crystal clear and sharp, offering a direction and path to take for those who might be wandering or feel a little lost. Additionally, this cannabis strain can leave you feeling a bit euphoric, but not in ways that distract you from your day or the task at hand.

Medical Benefits of Mother’s Helper:

Mother’s Helper has been coined the cannabis chronic cure-all for a reason: this marijuana strain has numerous medical benefits, primarily affecting those who suffer from chronic and debilitating conditions. Additionally, it is one of the most highly recommended cannabis types for those who have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. Assisting both the physical and mental aspects of well-being, just a little bit goes a long way regardless of the condition you are using MH for, so use caution when self dosing this superb quality plant.

Some physical conditions that could benefit includes, chronic pain, migraines, back aches, chronic fatigue, chronic stress, arthritis and nausea. For a novice smoker, relief can be felt in minutes, after just 3-4 hits. If you have a higher built up tolerance for cannabis, then start with 3-4 hits and go up from there. Some medical conditions related to the mind that Mother’s Helper aids includes, depression, anxiety and ADD/ADHD.

Possible Side Effects of Mother’s Helper:

Since a little bit can go a long way with Mother’s Helper, and larger doses can trigger unpleasant jitters or anxiety, this is a strain that is tied with some possible adverse effects. In most cases, consumers are met with a parched feeling mouth that is dry or cotton-like (cottonmouth/dry mouth), as well as red and irritated eyes that may itch. These two side effects are quite manageable with just a little extra preparation and planning.

By drinking plenty of water before, during and after your high, dry mouth can be contained, and staying hydrated also decreases any dehydration, which means fewer headaches or grogginess the next day. By purchasing moisturizing eye drops in advance from a local drug store or pharmacy, dry or irritated eyes can become a thing of the past. Plus, these drops can last a long time, and therefore are able to continue acting as relief throughout multiple highs.

In rare circumstances, headaches or dizziness can arise, but this is quite uncommon and shouldn’t be a cause for concern. All in all, Mother’s Helper is met with some adverse effects, but considering the benefits of the strain, these side effects are minimal in nature.

Final Thoughts:

If you are an individual searching for an herbal alternative form of relief for chronic or other medical conditions such as chronic pain, chronic stress, migraines, arthritis, depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, ADD/ADHD, back aches and nausea, then Mother’s Helper marijuana strain might be an ideal place to begin your hunt. It is important to remember that the consumption of cannabis is the sole responsibility of the user, and discretion should always be taken.

We hope you found this article to not only be entertaining, but also educational and informative. None of the information written above has been reviewed by a doctor or medical professional, and therefore it should not be interpreted as medical advice.

Mother’s Helper Marijuana Strain [Full Review]
February 12, 2018
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2 comments
  1. DIANE FRY

    My husband is very interested in this.Do we need to purchase MH through a dispensary, or can we buy the seeds to start our own plants? My husband is diabetic,has a brain tumor,migraines,has depression,and, anxiety…MH would be very helpful to him.

    1. Adam

      It really depend where you live.

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