Buddha’s Triplets

Buddha’s Triplets Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
17oz/ m2 (Indoor Yield)           21oz/ plant (Outdoor Yield)
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
65-73 days
Sunny and warm outdoor
Growing Difficulty
51 inches
Herbal, Pine, Spicy, Sweet, Woody

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Buddha’s Triplets Marijuana Seeds Information

Buddha’s Triplets is a Sativa-prevailing crossover reared by the experts at Sin City Seeds. This plant can be developed inside and outside and have liberal yields. The buds offer a menthol OG flavor and smell with traces of cherry sweet. Buddha’s Triplets strain is suggested for daytime use.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Buddha’s Triplets?

This bud has prepared natural citrus to enhance that goes to substantial impactful diesel upon breath out. This cannabis strain gives an elevating and outwardly invigorating cerebral high, which is trailed by a pleasant loosening up body high.

What are the Medical Benefits of Buddha’s Triplets?

This strain is particularly fitting for patients who battle to hold their constant worry under control. This strain can assist patients with checking their interminable agony as well. It can help battle weariness, giving you a truly necessary increase in vitality and support, and making you feel increasingly persuaded. It can extraordinarily decrease torment because of joint irritations and joint inflammation.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Buddha’s Triplets

The most articulated unfavorable impacts of this strain are a general dry-mouth feeling that frequently accompanies dry and bothersome eyes, so it is prescribed that you remain hydrated so as to limit feeling dried.

How to Grow Buddha’s Triplets?

It is anything but difficult to develop with everything taken into account and is appropriate for hydroponic just as outside situations. This strain adores a decent portion of daylight and can develop into a thick, medium stature plant, conveying substantial and fragrant buds with an unmistakably sweet pine smell.

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