Candy Fruit

Candy Fruit Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
17.5%
Yield
700 to 1000 grams per-square-meters
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7- 5 weeks
Climate
warm and slightly dry environment
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
Moderate
Flavors
sweet, berry and fruity

Where To Buy Candy Fruit Marijuana Seeds

Candy Fruit Marijuana Seeds Information

Afghani Seeds and Extracts, from the Netherlands, were the first to ever create this marijuana type by crossing the Yoda’s OG strain and Candy Brain.

Pistil like buds develops when its cured properly. Sticky resins are produced when its bud is open fresh and it is an Indica hybrid.

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Candy Fruit?

Obviously, its effect starts to manifest from head to toe. The sedation will be mild. Deep sleep will be offered by when this marijuana is taken in the right prescribed dose. One of the major effects is that it will make you very creative with its uplifting and energizing effect.

The Candy Fruit strain has a sweet, berry and fruity flavours and its euphoric effect will help you to stay up being agile.

What are the medical benefits of the Candy Fruit

Its medicinal effect cannot be overemphasized as it is used to cure numerous ill health. But, its often advisable that when consuming this marijuana for medicinal purposes, it should be used in the right quantity. It is utilized for the effective treatment of migraine and arthritis, depression, bipolar and stress.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Candy Fruit

Side effects abound when this weed is utilized in the wrong way. However, the listed are negative effects this cannabis will cause; paranoia, dry mouth, dry, itchy eyes, and dizziness.

How to Grow the Candy Fruit strain?

When applying fertilizer, be sure to check the soil acidic and pH levels. You may grow this strain indoors, and make sure that it gets a normal quantity of sunlight on a daily basis. kindly, water the strain when the weather is very hot.

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