Golden Triangle Akha

Golden Triangle Akha Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
Strain Profile
Flowering Period
warm and slightly humid environment 
Growing Difficulty
Spearmint, Citrus, and Catnip

Where To Buy Golden Triangle Akha Marijuana Seeds

Golden Triangle Akha Marijuana Seeds Information

This pure Southeast Asian Ganja Cultivar was bred and produced by The Real Seed Company. This is a weed from a province in Lao called the Golden Triangle, which is usually found in farms of Akha people originating from Yunnan, China, hence the name Golden Triangle Akha. This strain is widely used for its medicinal properties by the Yunnanese and even add them to their cuisine.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Golden Triangle Akha?

This strain exudes intense flavors of spearmint and a balanced citrus taste that refreshes your mouth and breath, then a strong taste of catnip takes over your mouth. Smoking this ganja beauty is very smooth to the throat, and the effects are very light. Due to the high CBD content of this weed, you will only experience a mild and balanced body stone that calms the nerves and whole body without leaving you couch-locked. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Golden Triangle Akha?

This cannabis is prevalent in the medical world, many patients use this weed to treat symptoms of pain, cancer, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, stress, nausea, dizziness. Individuals suffering from anxiety, PTSD, Depression, ADD/ADHD, bipolar, and anorexia will also find the use of this hybrid strain beneficial.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Golden Triangle Akha.

One of the best features of the Golden Triangle Akha is its low THC but high CBD, so patients are not at risk of experiencing paranoia. However, some may still experience the so-called ”cloudmouth” when smoking this marijuana. 

How to Grow Golden Triangle Akha? 

To guarantee that your weed will grow healthy, it is best to cultivate it in a greenhouse or the outdoors. The use of organic soil will be helpful in this cannabis’ growth.

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