Becky

Becky Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
Average 
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
10 to 11 weeks
Climate
Warm
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium 
Flavors
Sweet, Musky, Fruity, Spicy, Earthy, Sour, Piney, Berry

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Becky Marijuana Seeds Information

Becky is a Sativa dominant strain that is created from the combination of the most sedative Golden Goat strain and very strong and stimulating strain, the Boulder Queen. 

The strain originated from Afghanistan, the United States, Brazil, Thailand, Colombia, India, and Mexico. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Becky?

The Becky strain has a mouthful of flavors including sweet, musky, berry and fruity. It also has hints of spiciness to it when ingested, and you can smell the earthy, sour, and piney aroma of the plant. 

The flavors mentioned are responsible for the mind-blowing effects of the strain. It leaves you feeling euphoric, uplifted and it may enhance your creativity. It also promotes calmness and mild numbing. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Becky?

Along with its natural flavors and stimulating effects, the Becky strain is also a good source of help in relieving symptoms of stress, pain, fatigue, and anxiety. People with depression may also take a hit out from this strain to reduce if not eliminate the condition. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Becky?

The adverse effects of the plant when ingested are relatively common and usual. These include drying of the mouth, a slight feeling of itchiness in the eyes, manifestation of minor anxiety and paranoia. 

How to Grow Becky?

The plant will grow bushy and produces massive buds if grown appropriately. It is highly resistant to mildew and fungus and it does not easily attract parasites, 

This strain is ideal for a warm climate around 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit and using the Sea of Green (SOG) method. It may also need significant space for the roots to properly cultivate. 

It should do well by providing moderate nutrients and feeding. 

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