Cachalote

Cachalote Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
20 - 23%
Yield
550 - 600 grams per square meter (indoors); 700 - 850 grams per plant
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
65 -70 days
Climate
Sunny
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Tall
Flavors
Spicy, incense, citrus, lemon

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Cachalote Marijuana Seeds Information

Its stability as a Sativa dominant strain is done by Gea Seeds. It is the child of Widow and Haze that is capable of giving psychoactive effects. It is also a fragrant smoke because of its thick, incredible aroma. Once the buds are properly cured, you will experience its wonderful smell and taste. It has powerful effects so it’s the reason why it can be an efficient medical aid.

You’ll be amazed by its colossal growth rate. Its large stem will have lateral, woody branches.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cachaleto?

It has a nice fragrance that goes well with its flavor of incense, spice, lemon, and citrus. It delivers psychoactive high and stimulates your body. It’s long-lasting and therapeutic. So no wonder that it can handle several health conditions.

What are the medical benefits of Cachaleto

Due to its therapeutic properties, cancer patients who are under chemotherapy will be given relief. This effect also handles inflammation, chronic pain, cramps, spasm, muscle tension, anxiety, depression, and stress. It enhances the appetite so it can eliminate eating disorders. Its abilities are also applicable to getting rid of nausea.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cachaleto

Red, itchy eyes and dry mouth are the usual adverse effects of marijuana. They can easily be reversed by drinking water or fluids. Pronounced side effects can’t be encountered if you don’t overuse it.

How to grow Cachaleto?

You can let it grow indoors and outdoors. It would love to receive a lot of sunlight outside as long as you fertilize it appropriately. Since it’s a fragrant weed, flowering time is not noticeable.

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