859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese

859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
20 - 22%
Yield
Unspecified
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Unspecified
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Unspecified
Flavors
Cheese, grapes

Where To Buy 859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese Marijuana Seeds

859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese Marijuana Seeds Information

It’s an Indica dominant strain bred by New420Guy from the combination of Granddaddy Purple and Blue Tahoe Cheese. It’s a dank weed with high potency and a soothing effect on both body and mind. It has a delightful smell and taste that would surely attract consumers. So it can be enjoyed when smoked in a recreational setting, and it can also be consumed for medical reasons. It is recommended to take it in the evening to get the value of its effects.

What are the Flavor and Effects of 859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese?

This can be quite an addictive smoke with its smell and taste represented by grapes and cheese. The high given by this strain is suitable for just chilling out, but you can still remain functional. It has a soothing sensation that will warm your body together with the feeling of mental relief. It can also make users hungry, so they will automatically look for food. It can also knock you down with sleepiness.

What are the medical benefits of 859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese?

Due to the mental relief, it can bring for its users. It can alleviate symptoms of depression and stress. It can relieve pain, which can be temporary and chronic. People who have appetite loss can rely on this weed to help them regain the proper eating habits. Insomniacs can easily gain sleep too.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from 859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese

The minor adverse effects are dry mouth and dry eyes.

How to grow 859 Granddaddy’s Blue Cheese?

You can plant this strain indoors or outdoors. Indoor plantation will allow you to control light, air, temperature, and humidity. Make sure you purchase the right lighting system. Outdoor cultivation will need the grower’s attention to check for pests, diseases, and molds.

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