Cristal Paradise

Cristal Paradise Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
15% to 18%
120 grams/sqm (indoor); 800 gram/plant (outdoor)
Flowering Period
6 to 9.5 weeks (indoor); 8-11 weeks (outdoor)
Sunny, Warm, Temperate
Growing Difficulty
90 – 130 cm (indoor); 1.25 to 2.30 m (outdoor)
Sweet, Orange, Hash

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Cristal Paradise Marijuana Seeds Information

Cristal Paradise is a balanced hybrid of indica and sativa. This variety of cannabis was created by the breeders of K.C. Brains from the cross-breeding of the Californian BB Skunk female cannabis strain with the male Brasil strain.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Cristal Paradise?

The weed can provide an elevated effect that will enable you to set your mind to sleep and wander around in cloud nine. The ability of the weed to generate a calming impression on the mind and maintain the physical body to remain in a state of solace too. The enormous flowers of this marijuana plant are burst with a Brasilian-like flavor and scent. The smell can be compared to an orange that is mixed with sweetness and a little hint of hash.

What are the medical benefits of Cristal Paradise?

For therapeutic purposes, this cannabis is outstanding in providing relief from all the troubles associated with pain, stress, and fatigue. It can also provide temporary treatment of depression and anxiety.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Cristal Paradise

When using this weed, it can cause dehydration which will automatically result in drying of the mouth and eyes. When consumed in a very high amount, the weed can make you feel slightly dizzy and may manifest a minor level of paranoia due to its potency.

How to Grow Cristal Paradise?

When growing the marijuana plant, you may opt for indoor and outdoor cultivating environments. No need to worry about pests, plague, mushrooms, and molds as the plant can easily resist its development and infestation. Despite possessing the characteristics to adapt to the different growing environments, it can still best grown in a warm and sunny condition.

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