Club 69

Club 69 Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
THC Level
CBD Level
700 to 900 grams per-square-meters
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 to 9 Weeks
Warm and Slightly Dry Environment
Growing Difficulty
Cherry, Sweet and Fruity

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Club 69 Marijuana Seeds Information

The crossing between Biker Kush and Karmarado OG will produce this strain. First bred by Karma genetics, this strain was named after the Dutch coffeeshop club 69.

Its terpene profiles has a pine and gas mixture. The buds have sticky and thick resins with curly leaves. When combusted, the buds of this strain produces creamy smoke.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Club 69?

The Cherries Jubilee strain has cherry, sweet, and fruity flavours. The effects of this strain are immediately felt after the last exhale. Starting from head to toe, you will feel its relaxing and calming effects. You will also experience cerebral stimulation after consuming this strain, which helps you to overcome mood-related problems. However, this strain will also present you with a sedating effect with an increased dose.

What are the Medical Benefits of Club 69?

People suffering from attention deficit disorder, loss of appetite, and loss of memory will also find this strain very helpful. This strain also has great medical potency in treating migraine, aches, chronic pain, stress, and fatigue.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Club 69

This strain has negative effects if abused or overused. However, the negative effects to expect from this strain are dry mouth, dizziness, headaches, and developing paranoid.

How to Grow Club 69?

The growing method for this strain is indoors, and it requires fertilizer application to enhance its growth and yield. Good lighting and good weather with 70 to 80 degrees. Starting from the first to the week of growing this strain, watering os recommended. The germination period of this strain is between 5 to 8 days. Trimming of the leaves is recommended at least once a week.

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