Collosus Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
63 days
Warm climate
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, pineapple, spicy, herbal, tropical

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Collosus Marijuana Seeds Information

A cross between Lowryder 2 and Maxi Gom, Collosus is a fast flowering strains brought to us by The 7 Dwarfs. It produces a plant with a single cola emitting sweet pineapple tastes and a balanced indica and sativa effects. Its potent effects are like the Greek god, while its durability is like the comic book character it was named after making it suitable for growing either indoors, outdoors and even in a greenhouse.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Collosus?

Collosus got its sweetness and spicy flavor from Lowryder 2, while Maxi Gom contributed further to the sweetness, adding a tropical twist. Named after the Greek god and Marvel comics character with superhuman powers, its potent effects are never a surprise. It delivers a relaxed euphoric high which can make the user activity throughout the whole day. After a few puffs, the user will find himself being more productive, talkative and creative.

What are the medical benefits of Collosus?

Due to its ruderalis genetics, it is a given that Collosus strain offers more medicinal purposes than recreational. Its high CBD content is recommended for patients with anxiety and depression. Its relaxing qualities can definitely lift the mood and remove feelings of hopelessness. It can also soothe any adverse reaction from cancer treatment such as loss of appetite and nausea.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Collosus

Though Collosus’ effects are balanced, you can still expect cases of cotton mouth, dry eyes, and a parched throat. It is recommended to prepare a glass or bottle of water nearby.Taking it beyond tolerance can also cause hallucinations, paranoia, anxiety, headache, nausea, and migraine.

How to grow Collosus? Some information and Tips

As with other auto-flowering strains, Collosus loves the sunlight. While 5 hours of light or sunlight will do, they require 18 hours of light every day. Sea of Green (SOG) is recommended but repotting isn’t. You may use root stimulants. It prefers organic airy soil with peat moss, compost, perlite, and vermiculite. Only water them when needed and water pH should only be around 6.0 to 7.0.

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