Frisian Duck

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

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Distinctive terpenes
Helps with
Lack of appetite, fatigue, stress
Ease of growing
When to use






Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Frisian Duck is a charming, evenly balanced hybrid hailing from the green pastures of the Netherlands, known for its extraordinary leaves. The strain provides a clear-headed boost and relaxation that will have you ready to face even the most challenging tasks. With a low THC content of 14-17%, Frisian Duck’s effects are gentle and balanced.


Just as a duck takes to water, Frisian Duck takes to your system, unfolding its effects softly yet quickly. Don’t expect an overwhelming euphoria; this strain offers a smooth, serene journey of clarity and calm instead. For this reason, it will also be great for anybody just starting their cannabis journey.

As the high sets in, you will experience heightened awareness and mental clarity, with worries and negativity flushed away. This facilitates focus and happiness, providing you with a subtle surge of energy that fosters creativity. Frisian Duck gives you a gentle, relaxed boost while keeping you clear-headed. Therefore, it will be a great strain to utilise when you need extra inspiration for your artwork or a long to-do list. Due to its balanced profile, it will also be a comforting companion at the end of a hectic day.

If the charm of this strain’s mellow, clear-headed high appeals to you, you might also enjoy Harlequin. For those with a higher THC tolerance, we recommend Jack Herer and many other sativa-dominant hybrids that you can find in our extensive library.


While Frisian Duck was developed with recreational users in mind, it can still provide some physical and mental respite. By inducing a state of calm, focused energy, it reduces the symptoms of chronic fatigue. It is also a good stress and anxiety remedy, serving as a gentle buffer from negative emotions. Lastly, anyone struggling with a lack of appetite or nausea may find that a small dose of Frisian Duck allows them to enjoy food again.

Side effects

The side effects of Frisian Duck are rather gentle, including dry mouth and eyes, as well as occasional headaches. Paranoia and anxiety are uncommon, but you should still moderate your consumption. Remember that THC can sometimes contribute to negative sensations, especially if consumed in high doses or by people with mental health conditions. Always practice responsible cannabis use.

Taste & Smell


With leaves that mimic the foot of its namesake animal, the Frisian Duck buds are a fascinating sight to behold. On top of that, many of the phenotypes boast dark purple nuggets, making this plant look extraordinary.

A whiff of this strain will bring a forest walk to mind, as it is dominated by robust piney notes punctuated with a zing of citrus and spice. The flavour profile of Frisian Duck mimics the scent and is dominated by the fresh flavour of citrus and spice, rounded off by a subtle woody finish.



The story of Frisian Duck began in the lush landscapes of the Netherlands, under the watchful eye of Dutch Passion, one of the most esteemed cannabis breeders. The hybrid inherited the resilience of the Frisian Dew parent and the uniquely shaped leaves of DucksFoot, resulting in a joyful strain that’s easy to grow discreetly.

Growing conditions

Cultivating Frisian Duck plants will be a joyful ride for growers with all experience levels, as this low-maintenance strain has a high resistance to mould and mildew. A big bonus for the outdoor growers is that it doesn’t look like regular marijuana – so you can nourish your plant in secrecy from your neighbours. Make sure to plant your seeds in the winter, as the plant will thrive best in temperatures between 21-27 degrees.

The plants reach a medium height of 1-1.5 m indoors with a yield of around 350-400 grams per square metre but can reach up to 2.5m outdoors – providing a generous harvest of over 450 grams per plant.