Damnesia's leaves betray its sativa parent although the flowering time is brought down to 9 weeks indoors. Foliage is light green as well displaying some red colouration as it nears maturity. Its buds are liberally coated with resin. Yields are impressive at 900 gr/m2 indoors; outdoor harvests can yield up to 1 kilo per plant of dried buds.
Unburned the buds have a sandalwood incense aroma with notes of pepper and a very exotic, fruity taste. Woody and fruity notes come through more when being smoked. The effect is a bit of a creeper but long-lasting. The high is strong, cerebral yet social and also somewhat meditative if the mood takes you. Medicinally it is useful in pain management and to stimulate appetite where this is lacking.