Grandma’s Batch

Grandma’s Batch Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
14 - 20%
Yield
Average
Type
Hybrid
Flowering Period
9 - 10 weeks
Climate
Humid
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Medium
Flavors
Buttery, vanilla, sweet, sugary

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Grandma’s Batch Marijuana Seeds Information

Purple Caper Seeds made this strain from combining Girl Scout Cookies and Candyland. The breeder described this breed as ‘warm and fuzzy’ which means it can cater to the relaxation that you need. It won at the Seattle Cannabis Cup 2014 for the Best Indica. It is multi-purpose as it provides a multi-dimensional high that can attract both Indica and Sativa lovers.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Grandma’s Batch?

 The flavor is filled with buttery and earthy taste with a sweet exhale and it has a sweet scent too. The high releases heavy and drowsy sensation that creeps into your body. It will hinder you from doing activities. Relaxation from this strain can proceed to the couch-lock state. Its sedation is quite slow in declining.

What are the medical benefits of Grandma’s Batch?

 It soothes pain that can be temporary or chronic ones that are caused by some illnesses like lupus and COPD. It can be the solution to eating disorders like cachexia. It can improve mood, so it’s a remedy for depression and stress.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Grandma’s Batch

Mouth and eyes will feel dry when smoking strain including this one so hydration is a must for consumers. They should be responsible for the dosage that they take to avoid pronounced adverse reactions.

How to grow Grandma’s Batch?

Though it can be grown outdoors, it’s best to be planted indoors. Growers should observe the 12/12 photoperiod flowering time. Due to its branchy and bushy stature, occasional pruning is required. If you want to gain its purple hue, the plant should be exposed to cold nighttime temperature but don’t leave it in a frozen condition.

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