Creme Fraiche

Creme Fraiche Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Above Average
Flowering Period
9 to 10 Weeks
Sunny, Warm
Growing Difficulty
Sweet, Earthy, Citrus, Wine, Petrol

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Creme Fraiche Marijuana Seeds Information

Crème Fraiche is a hybrid of indica and sativa genetics. This strain is from the breeders of Red Bee Seeds. This was made possible by combining the genetics of the strain, Exodus Cheese and the Grand Daddy Purple strain. The structure of this cannabis is promising and elongated with similar features of a Skunk.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Crème Fraiche?

The weed has a citrus indication in terms of its scent. It also has a hint of sweetness and a mild tone of earthy aroma as well. The flavors may also include a wine-like taste with hints of petrol. The impact of the strain gives off feelings of euphoria and soothing impression. The mind is totally in a state of relaxation and the inner creativity you have is significantly improved. The sudden uplifting of mood will be encountered as well and soon ending up with a sedating feeling.

What are the medical benefits of Crème Fraiche?

The strain has medical benefits that are sought by many medical cannabis users. It can significantly reduce the pain and stress that most people are experiencing. It also has proven capacity to help people deal with depression and may also be able to improve the appetite for those who are dealing with eating problems.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Crème Fraiche

Typically, the weed, when ingested may trigger unfavorable effects to arise. Like drying of the mouth and slight itchiness of the eyes. Nonetheless, further complications will be encountered when the weed is taken at a large percentage such as anxiety and paranoia at a mild level.

How to Grow Crème Fraiche?

This cannabis strain is suitable for cultivation indoors and outdoor growing environments. It may require reinforcement for its branches as this plant may extend and the weight of it may cause problems in the development of the plant and eventually death if not supported properly. During the vegetative stage, the plants require lighting of 400 watts while the flowering phase may need more.

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