Conquistador Aka Connie

Conquistador (Aka: Connie) Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
Very high
Yield
Heavy
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
55 - 60 days
Climate
Southern climate
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Tall
Flavors
Cherry, fruity, hash

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Conquistador (Aka: Connie) Marijuana Seeds Information

It is a high yielding strain with towering colas that diffuses the enticing smell of cantaloupe and watermelon. Subcool made this hybrid strain from a three-way cross of Hash Plant, Cindy 99 and Ortega. You will be in awe to see this weed as it has the biggest cola you can ever find. With its heavy yield and fascinating production along with its quick maturation, you will be curious to grow this one.

Its Indica effects that are mostly about calmness and relaxation make it suitable for consumption at the end of the day. It can also give the experience of the classic stoned feeling.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Conquistador?

The fruity flavor is with cherry and hints of hash. The bold aroma and flavor offer relaxation that is one of a kind. It can soothe and calm every fiber of your muscles. You can forget all your worries and even the things that you need to attend to. So don’t smoke this weed if you have a lot of things to do.

What are the medical benefits of Conquistador?

Due to its effects, it can handle various health conditions even the chronic types. It provides mild to moderate cases of depression, mood swings, stress, and chronic pain. It has abilities to combat inflammation and appetite loss.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Conquistador

You may have cottonmouth and bloodshot eyes from consuming this weed.

How to grow Conquistador?

You can let it grow indoors and outdoors within the Southern climate. It flourishes well in the soil as well as the DWS system. Though it grows big colas, it has thick stems that can support their weight. It’s easy to trim and you need to top it in an early stage.

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