Beetle Juice

Beetle Juice Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
11%
Yield
Moderate
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
60 - 67 days
Climate
Warm environment
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Sweet, sour

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Beetle Juice Marijuana Seeds Information

Beetle Juice boasts complex genetics from its mom, Ghost of Leroy, and its dad, Venkman OG. It can be grown either indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse, but so far, it is not yet available as feminized seeds. The production of beautiful crystal trichomes covered by orange pistils takes around 9 – 10 weeks.

While its THC level of 11% might not be attractive to experienced smokers, this makes it a start-up strain for newbies. It is a classic strain like the horror-comedy film, and also a rising star like the one in the night sky.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Beetle Juice?

Beetle Juice is a mix of fresh lime and grape candy that contradicted with a hint of fuel. The euphoric high is similar to the feeling of being launched to the sky as high as the Orion. The happiness is so extreme that you will feel your soul is leaving your body. After the wave of happiness, it launches you back to the earth like a meteor. It is a soothing out of body experience.

What are the Medical Benefits of Beetle Juice?

Beetle Juice’s average THC makes it a mellow smoke for patients suffering from anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome, and depression. It is an excellent smoke at the end of the day since it is also recommended for insomnia patients. It can send you off to dreamland after your outer space trip.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Beetle Juice

Beetle Juice strain is known to have lesser negative effects, but it does not mean that you can do overindulging. It can cause anxiety and visual or auditory illusions, along with a dry mouth and red, dry eyes. Some users also reported being stoned instead of relaxed.

How to Grow Beetle Juice? Some information and Tips

Just like its mom, Beetle Juice using the Screen of Green technique due to its branches. The leaves can take on different shades depending on the temperature. Never overfeed or even let her roots to be too hot as it is also prone to herm.

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