Kamamist Marijuana Seeds Information
Kamamist is a potent strain with dominant sativa genes. It was created by Homegrown Fantaseeds. It has a very mysterious lineage. So far, there are no records about its parents, but its beautiful looks and satisfying effects are usually attributed to classic southeast Asian weeds. It can be grown indoors and outdoors. While it is not recommended as a profitable strain, it is a good asset to your personal collection.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Kamamist?
Kamamist hits the user with its energizing sativa effects via its sweet and sour flavors. It delivers a euphoric high, which will slowly creep up on you, starting as a little pressure around the eyes and temples, just like its parent strains. The high will pump you up and will eventually take over your mind with happiness, so you will become totally uplifted, creative, and productive.
What are the Medical Benefits of Kamamist?
The strain helps in managing various mental and physical implications, such as symptoms of anxiety, chronic fatigue, depression, chronic stress, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. It helps people with attention deficit disorders by controlling their spontaneous actions and increasing their presence of mind. Though sativa dominant, it still consists of indica properties which can help in physical discomforts.
Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kamamist
Just like any other powerful strains, it is important to stay within your limits if you don’t want to experience the discomforts of anxiety, fatigue, nausea, coughing, and paranoia. You may also find yourself experiencing a cottonmouth, dry eyes, and parched throat, which can be solved by drinking water.
How to grow Kamamist?
The strain does pretty well in the Sea of Green (SOG) setup partnered with Low-Stress Training (LST). For better taste and effects, you may utilize UV lights, though LED lights and HPS lights will be fine. Exposure to sunlight should be at least 5 hours, but at least 18 hours every day is better. The ideal temperature should be around 20 to 25 degrees Celsius.