Canadian

Canadian Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15%
Yield
Very high
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 - 9 weeks
Climate
Warm and slightly arid environment
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
1.00 - 1.30 centimeter
Flavors
Skunk and citrus

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Canadian Marijuana Seeds Information

The origin of this hybrid strain can be traced to Canada. A cross between master kush with kush will produce this strain.

This cannabis is only available as feminized seeds and its an Indica dominant weed. Its skunk aroma is felt when its buds are cut open and combusted. Its leaves become curly when treated and cured or trimmed.

What are the flavour and effects of the Canadian?

When you try to consume this strain in excess, it will leave you with the sedative effect which might make your day unproductive. Its buzzing effects manifest within a few minutes of consuming this marijuana in the right quantity. A sad day will be driven away with its euphoric, uplifting and happy effect. Skunk and citrus are the flavours of this weed.

What are the medical benefits of the Canadian?

People with a health-related problem will find this cannabis very medicinal. It can treat the following; nausea, insomnia, stress, and depression. If you are battling with attention disorders, vomiting, anxiety and bipolar, consuming this cannabis will offer some medicinal effects.

Negative effects you can expect from the Canadian

It will have the following negative effect on you if abused; incessant insomnia (sleeplessness), dry-itchy eyes, headache, developing paranoia, and dizziness.

How to grow Canadian?

Attention should be given to monitoring the attacks of pests that affect this marijuana strain. first-time growers of this cannabis should know that this hybrid needs good sunlight for proper growth and great yield. Watering utilizing irrigation methods is advised daily and should last up to the first 10 to 40 days of growing this strain. It requires a special type of fertilizer when the soil is not fertile enough.

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