Columbian Skies

Columbian Skies Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
300 to 400 grams per square meters indoors, 2 to 3 pounds outdoors
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
55 to 70 days indoors, the first week of October outdoors
Growing Difficulty
30 to 36 inches indoors, 4 feet to 8 feet outdoors
earthy, sweet, pungent

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Columbian Skies Marijuana Seeds Information

Another sativa-rich strain comes from the master breeders of Dr. Greenthumb group which they called the Columbian Skies. This offspring marijuana strain is born a champion when it comes to the lineage and origin that it has. Such parents who contributed to its wonderful genetics are the UBC Chemo and Colombia strains.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Columbian Skies?

Cannabis users shall be thrilled with the surprise bursting from its pleasant taste. Alongside its flavor is the feeling of being in a heavenly state, clearing the mind with anything negative. All the past experiences, especially the bad ones are eliminated and only the good ones are kept intact inside. As for your physical body, you sense the entry of this weed’s high inside you creeping slowly but surely after a few minutes.

What are the medical benefits of Columbian Skies?

Some of the most common conditions that Columbian Skies can treat are those that require having enough rest such as insomnia, fatigue, and stress. The painful feelings caused by physical conditions like menstrual cramps, inflammation, muscle pain, and migraine instantly disappears.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Columbian Skies

Using Columbian Skies have to be done with care and caution. Too much of it in your system may lead to unwanted results such as having dry eyes or mouth, and later on, paranoia and dizziness.

How to Grow Columbian Skies?

This weed strain is never available as feminized seeds. Thus, growers, both seasoned and inexperienced, should choose between having clones or regular seeds to begin their cultivation. It can survive indoors and outdoors.




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