Barracuda Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
500-550gram area unit.
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
6 to 8 weeks
Heat and slightly arid environment
Growing Difficulty
100-130 cm
Fruity, pine and citrus

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Barracuda Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain was created by cross-breeding Orange OG with Cookies Cream. It has associate Afghani descent and was initially bred by Hallowe’en Farm. 

This strain features a deep taproot, that makes it immune to the summer season, and it’s crystal-like leaves, and it’s a fruity skunk aroma this strain, however, comes principally in Indica selection from its OG and Cookies genetic science.

What are the Flavour and Effects of Barracuda?

The Barracuda strain features a fruity citrus flavour. it’s conjointly acknowledged to be terribly effective in giving energizing, relaxing, euphoric, and happy effect. This strain also helps in enhancing concentration.

What are the Medical Benefits of the Barracuda?

This strain is extremely effective in curing chronic pain, insomnia, nausea, depression, stress, and locomotive disorder. Individual with low sperm count, low sex drive and erectile dysfunction will appreciate this strain. Patients with eating disorders such as anorexia, loss of appetite will find this hybrid very medicinal.

Negative Effects you’ll be able to Expect from the Barracuda

This strain will cause the subsequent giddiness and dryness, dry-itchy eyes, temporary loss of memory state, paranoid, fever, high blood, and headache.

How to Grow the Barracuda?

The Barracuda strain are often fully grown indoors and outdoors, and correct attention ought to be given to checkmate the attacks of pests and alternative anthophilous animals, that scale back the most yield of this strain. Harvesting follows after the flowering period, with an expectation of large and great yield.

This strain needs sensible lighting and traditional to average wetness for the best growth. you would possibly conjointly apply mulching to safeguard this strain from direct daylight if planted outdoors.

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