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Critical x No Name Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
15% - 18%
THC Level
CBD Level
350 - 450 gr/plant
Flowering Period
8 - 10 weeks
Warm and semi-humid temperature
Growing Difficulty
145 cm
Cheese, pine, earthy and lemon

Where To Buy Critical x No Name Marijuana Seeds

Critical x No Name Marijuana Seeds Information

A versatile form of weed and past from Indigenous Cannabis Co., Essential x No Name is a hybrid, but you are not fooled by its potency. It is in size a sweet, lightweight, and gigantic kind of Sativa. It has a traditional shape, including darker, yellow-pearled green leaves stretched and tapered backward. This type of cannabis creates a strong citrus smell with hash and flowery connotations.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Critical x No Name?

This has a citrusy kick but mostly earthiness throughout every spliff, mainly of fruit as well as cheese taste. A person who smokes this cannabis should be able to perform tasks, perform errands, and even work at a reduced dose, as it increases the emotional impact and can energize the mind. Pot consumers believe heights can be too high for novices and need to learn the resistance and limitations.

What are the Medical benefits of Critical x No Name?

Health practitioners regard this variety of drugs as a medicinal product that produces the lowest levels of THC to help ease the effects of exhaustion, anxiety, and depression. This is also used to alleviate the discomfort, ease intestinal problems, and encourage cravings weight gain.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Critical x No Name

This strain of cannabis can cause dizziness to the patient, particularly when taken in a large dose. Often predicted are dry mouth and hand.

How to Grow Critical x No Name?

Cultivators will plant Critical x No Name in their growing field, inside, outside, or in the greenhouse. Expect bloom and excellent yield within a mere eight weeks. In mild air-controlled atmosphere for strong production following Trim and cutting stick.

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