BC Arctic Sun

BC Arctic Sun Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
Moderate to Low
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
8 - 10 weeks
Climate
Mild to warm
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium
Flavors
Skunk, Sweet, Pungent

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BC Arctic Sun Marijuana Seeds Information

BC Arctic Sun is a sativa dominant strain that came from the combination of a balanced hybrid and legendary White Widow and the mighty Skunk #1 strain. It is characterized by its lengthy and thick ladened buds.

Its genetic parent, notably the White Widow, has won in High Times Cannabis Cup in the year 1995 and has continued to gain full recognition and awards since then.

What are the Flavor and Effects of BC Arctic Sun?

This strain is known for its Skunk, Sweet, Pungent flavor. When consumed, a vigorous rush of euphoria, happiness, and energy comes through, stimulating both social interaction and creativity. This finishes off with pleasant relaxation. The THC level of this strain is on the high standard and can be felt in every hint of smoke.

What are the medical benefits of BC Arctic Sun?

The sweet, pungent flavors of BC Arctic Sun is not only great for recreation but for medical purposes as well. Some patients tend to look for this strain as a relief for chronic pain, insomnia, and muscle spasms. On top of that, people with conditions such as stress, anxiety, and depression can be treated with this cannabis strain.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from BC Arctic Sun?

The adverse effects of the BC Artic Sun are the most common effects to most cannabis users. This ranges from mouth-drying to drooping of eyes. This may be accompanied by dizziness in slight symptoms.

How to Grow BC Arctic Sun?

This cannabis strain is identified for its abundant quantity when producing a harvest, significantly potent, and fundamental requirements for cultivation. Using the SCROG (screen of green) method with this strain is highly suggested. It grows well under mild environments with temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

You have a better chance of producing excellent and keeping it healthy and active. When reaching the flowering period, you should prepare the soils and filled them with nutrients high in phosphorus levels.

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