Californian Sunrise

Californian Sunrise Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
60 – 63 days
Warm to high-temperature environment
Growing Difficulty
Citrus, Spicy

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Californian Sunrise Marijuana Seeds Information

Boasting a 65% indica and 35% sativa genetics, California Sunrise is perfect for growers who only have the option to grown strains indoors at the moment. This indica-sativa mix is not suitable for outdoor cultivation because it’s highly sensitive to temperature drops. The indica dominance resulted in a short flowering time of just about 60 days, with an above-average yield.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Californian Sunrise?

Since this strain is a result of crossing a Californian Orange to another one of its own, the taste and aroma of its parent were totally enhanced. The citrus and spice aroma is prevalent. It gives a long-lasting buzz which starts as a clear-headed spike. Users will begin to feel a pressure on the head and face eventually sliding downward, giving a soothing full-body effect.

What are the medical benefits of Californian Sunrise?

Californian Orange is usually smoked for migraines and nausea. It can also be smoked for arthritis and relief from pain. Users looking to try it for recreational purposes can use it either at day or night. The soothing effect can also help with anyone having trouble sleeping. With the crossing of Californian Orange to itself, the potency and flavor were emphasized, aiding in relaxation.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Californian Sunrise

The cross between two California orange didn’t only enhance the good qualities, but also the bad ones. The enjoyable buzz can also cause cottonmouth. To stave it off, drinking water before dry mouth sets will definitely help. Too much intake can also produce migraines and nausea which are the same conditions it is taken for.

How to grow Californian Sunrise? Some information and Tips

Though it is Sativa-dominant, it doesn’t need too much space to the top. With its long and wavy orange pistils, it’s highly recommended for a Sea of Green Garden. It doesn’t thrive well outdoors. Once there’s a temperature drop below 60 degrees F. It can also be grown in a greenhouse, however, it’s still not suitable if you live with the northern climate. The harvesting time is around the start of October.

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