Honey Boo Boo Marijuana Seeds Information
A limited-edition creation of DNA Genetics, Honey Boo Boo is a lineage of Bubba Kush mother with a Captain Krypt OG father. It gives off a fragrance of earthy sweet lemon with a tangy grape effect that’s revealed as the nugs are broken apart and smoked. Its buds have grainy popcorn-shaped dense minty green nugs with rich amber hairs and a frosty coating of amber crystal trichomes.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Honey Boo Boo?
Honey Boo Boo has a delectable taste of honeyed sweetness of candied fruit. On the exhale, an earthy aftertaste lingers along with subtle notes of grape and lemon. Its moderate cerebral high fills your mind with euphoria, happiness, hunger pangs, and an aroused feeling. As your euphoria builds along with your energy, you will fall into a state of deep relaxation that is slightly sedative and can cause couch lock if too much of the strain is consumed. This said Honey Boo Boo is the perfect nighttime marijuana.
What are the Medical Benefits of Honey Boo Boo?
Honey Boo Boo’s indica and sativa effects make it greatly beneficial to those people who suffer from ADD/ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, chronic pain, gastrointestinal disorder, insomnia, loss of appetite, muscle spasms, and stress. It acts as an analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, relaxant, and appetite booster.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Honey Boo Boo.
Two of the common cannabis-induced dehydration side effects are cotton mouth and dry itchy eyes. To wane these effects, hydration is the key. Drink lots of fluids and use an eye moisturizer drops for those irritated eyes. You may experience greening out with Honey Boo Boo. Dizziness along with anxiety may happen in rare cases. Don’t fret, this is temporary and fades after some time. Overconsumption is to blame. Remember to just go slow with the doses and toke in moderation.
How to Grow Honey Boo Boo?
Honey Boo Boo is available in the online market as sold by its breeder. The plant can survive indoors and outdoors. Outdoors, it prefers a warm climate but is adaptable to colder environments. It is also resilient to mold and mildew. It is short and bushy in stature. You need to prune the broad leaves that may block air and light circulation. The flowers blossom after 8 to 9 weeks when cultivated indoors. You can expect a generous yield of about 37 to 46 grams of flower per square foot.