Cornbread Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
THC Level
CBD Level
600 to 800 grams per square meters
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 - 9 weeks
Warm and Slightly Dry Environment
Growing Difficulty
Earthy, Sweet, Nutty, Blueberry, Diesel and Skunk

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Cornbread Marijuana Seeds Information

The crossing between Rare Dankness #2 with Bubba Kush will produce the cornbread strain. This strain was first bred by Rare Dankies.

This strain has Afghani descent and emerged in the mid-90s. Its phenotypes, of which are mostly heavily branched and stocky with its buds having green, yellow, and red colors. 

The germinating period of the Cornbread strain, however, remains dependent on the type of soil and weather conditions. When cured, its flower produces curly leaves. Its buds have whitish trichomes with sticky and thick structure. The combustion of its buds produces skunk smoke. This strain has one major characteristic of having a very long stem, which makes it stand out among other strains. 

 However, this strain can produce up to 20 different types of strain when crossbred with one of its parent strain. It is an Indica dominant type of strain. The Cornbread strain has a skunk, sour lemony aroma with a perfect finish of milky smoke, which will leave you hyper for at least 4 to 6 hours. For maximum satisfaction, consume this strain daytime.

What are the Flavor and Effects of the Cornbread?

The Cornbread strain has an earthy, sweet, nutty, blueberry, diesel, and skunk flavor, which makes it perfect for either smoking or vaping. It has an energizing, relaxing, happy and uplifting effect. The Cornbread strain has a euphoric effect and at the same time, enhances concentration. However, abuse of this strain might lead to sedation.

 What are the Medical Benefits of the Cornbread strain?

The Cornbread strain is helpful in the management of the following; inflammation and anorexia. This strain is also known to be very effective in the treatment of chronic pain, insomnia, bipolar, nausea, depression, severe stress, and movement disorder.

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Cornbread

The Cornbread can cause the following dry mouth, dry-itchy eyes, sleeplessness, paranoia, fever, and headache. Due to its THC content, this strain can cause high fever, high blood pressure and mild to severe paralysis.

 How to Grow the Cornbread? 

For those planning to grow the strain for the first time, they can seek assistance from their friends who have planted this type of strain before. Depending on the type of soil, fertilizer application may be used to achieve the maximum yield of this strain. The Cornbread strain can be grown both indoors and outdoors.

 The Cornbread strain grows very fast. This strain requires good lighting and normal to average humidity and soil pH-level for optimal growth. Proper attention should be given to checkmate the attacks of pests and other herbivorous animals, which reduce the maximum yield of this strain. Starting from the first to the fourth week of planting this strain, watering should be done at least twice a day.



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