Caramel Kona Coffee Cookie

Caramel Kona Coffee Cookie Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 - 20%
Yield
Moderate
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 weeks
Climate
Unspecified
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Medium
Flavors
Spicy, sweet, coffee, caramel

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Caramel Kona Coffee Cookie Marijuana Seeds Information

The first-ever Hawaiian Pakalolo Seed Bank called Pua Mana bred this hybrid strain. It’s a flavorful strain cross between Kona Gold and Caramel Kush. Its potency and addictive flavor would make you come back for more. But you have to make sure that you don’t have something important to deal with when smoking this strain. It can send you off to dreamland because of its heavy Indica characteristics.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Caramel Kona Coffee Kush?

This is considered one of the most delicious strains as it has sweet caramel inhale, and spicy coffee lingers in your mouth. The aroma is earthy coffee accompanied by spice and caramel. This deliciousness will make consumers happy and relaxed with a tingly sensation. The relaxing effect will have the power to hold you in hunger and sleepiness.

What are the medical benefits of Caramel Kona Coffee Kush?

Smoking this strain is a natural treatment for some health conditions. It lessens the symptoms of depression and stress. It has analgesic properties that subdue pain and inflammation. It’s a remedy for chronic pain and muscle spasms.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Caramel Kona Coffee Kush

The side effects you can expect from this weed are cottonmouth and dizziness. Some may get dry, irritated eyes and headaches. This will all happen if it’s your first encounter with this strain, but it will be gone once you have it regularly.

How to grow Caramel Kona Coffee Kush?

It flourishes both indoor and outdoor cultivation. Training and topping this plant in an early phase will help you gain more yield. It’s best fed with organic nutrients in the proper amount. When it’s grown indoors, you have to provide it enough space to grow and good air circulation.

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