Cascadia Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
23 - 25%
Yield
14 oz per plant (outdoor); 11 oz per square meter (indoor)
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
Unknown
Climate
Warm, balmy Mediterranean
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium
Flavors
Sweet, Blueberry, Berry, Chemical, Diesel

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Cascadia Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

Hesperides Garden, a breeder, based in Washington, is the creator of this awesome strain. Aside from its lovely characteristics of having a floral and sugary presence, it’s also a tool for defeating mental disorders. This greatness is recognized 2015 DOPE cup held in Seattle by putting this strain in the first place. It’s a night time smoke as it imparts total sedation, and it might even put you in the couch-lock state.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cascadia Kush?

It has the taste of harsh chemical diesel but is sweetened by the mix of blueberry and floral aftertaste that stays in the mouth for a while. It seems that this strain prioritizes relaxation as it is the main effect. It will make you feel that you’re free to escape from any tremors. It also paves the way for sleepiness.

 What are the Medical Benefits of Cascadia Kush?

This strain is for mood-related conditions, so it helps individuals survive from their struggles against chronic stress and depression. It gives comfort to patients who suffer from chronic pain and headaches. Insomniacs know the way out of irregular sleep, as this strain will let them embrace sleepiness.

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cascadia Kush

You will feel parched with itchy, dry eyes. Novice smokers may experience slight dizziness, headache, and a bit of paranoia.

 How to Grow Cascadia Kush?

It can be easily grown, and even inexperienced growers can handle it. Another great thing about it is that it can give you a heavy yield. This can thrive outdoors and indoors. When it’s grown outdoors, you can have the harvest in the middle of October.

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