Candy Creamy

Candy Creamy Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
20%
Yield
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7- 9 weeks
Climate
warm and slightly arid environment
Growing Difficulty
Medium
Height
Moderate
Flavors
diesel-like berry flavour

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Candy Creamy Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain has different varieties of phenotypes with a well-built orange, white hues and a thick coating of resinous undertone. The Candy Creamy strain was created by cross-breeding Ice Crush with Creamy candy and has a very tall structure with heavily built colas.

It is an Indica dominant Hybrid whose genetic origin remains attributed to Alpha genetics and comes with white trichomes. The sweet scent is given off when its buds are broken and have a very strong pungent aroma.

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Candy Creamy?

Relaxation gotten from consuming this marijuana is top-notch. Euphoria and calming effects from this cannabis will help make your stay active and productive.

This strain has a diesel-like berry flavour. Sedative effects will follow after a heavy dose.

What are the medical benefits of Candy Creamy?

Patients with anxiety, chronic insomnia, depression, fatigue, and chronic pain can utilize this hybrid for treatment purposes.

Effective in the management of vomiting, nausea, loss of appetite and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or attention deficit disorder (ADD).

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Candy Creamy

Due to the high THC level, this strain might make you feel dizzy, restless and coma. This strain can cause dry mouth, headache, dry, itchy eyes, and paranoia.

How to Grow the Candy Creamy?

A good amount of lighting, humidity and good weather are prerequisites for growing this weed plant. The Candy Creamy strain grows very fast, and its planting method is difficult due to processes involved. It has small stems, which makes it ideal for indoors planting only. Apply special fertilizer if need be.

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