Bhutan Pine

Bhutan Pine Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
17.5%
Yield
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7- 8 weeks
Climate
Warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
Moderate
Flavors
Tropical-citrus sweet and fruity

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Bhutan Pine Marijuana Seeds Information

The Bhutan Pine strain has its origin being traced to Mexico. It has a feature of having leaves that are small to medium-sized with the appearance of pop-corn when trimmed. It has a sweet and blueberry aroma with a blend of mild Tart and a spicy-herbal undertone. 

This strain is an Indica hybrid with dense buds and has leaves having hues of yellow and green with a hairy-orange pistil. It has a thick, sticky, and resinous structure with transparent whitish trichomes covering its flowers.

 What are the Flavor and Effects of the Bhutan Pine?

This strain has a tropical-citrus, sweet, and fruity flavour that attracts cannabis lovers and will leave you with the energy and strength that will help you get the task done. This strain will leave you Focused, Euphoric and Relaxed. 

What are the Medical Benefits of the Bhutan Pine?

The deep relaxation you will get from this strain helps in relieving from mild to chronic pain, aches, insomnia (enables you to have deep and relaxed sleep), and anxiety. It is medically effective in the management of depression, moderate stress while helping you to be productive with your time. This strain is also recommended for people suffering from mild to severe migraine, nausea, and arthritis

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Bhutan Pine

Intake of the Bhutan Pine strain can cause dizziness, paranoia, and dry mouth. It can also cause the following: dry, itchy eyes and headache due to its THC content which will make it cause the above-listed sickness on you.

How to Grow the Bhutan Pine strain? 

The growth of this hybrid is very difficult for those planting it for the first time. For best growth of the Bhutan Pine strain, good lighting and normal humidity (Fahrenheit of 70 to 80 degrees) and soil pH-level are required. Daily monitoring to checkmate the attacks of pests and other herbivorous animals reduces the maximum yield of this strain and it’s grown indoors.

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