Killing Fields

Killing Fields Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 - 22%
Yield
700g / square meter
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
11 - 12 weeks
Climate
Semi-humid Mediterranean Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
1 meter
Flavors
Candy, Citrus, Lemon, Spicy, Woody

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Killing Fields Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain is the outcome of the breeding of The One and Jack by Sannie’s Seeds. They come up with this Sativa that is recognized for its complex aroma.

This strain carries a candy sugar and spice blended with notes of berries and citrus. This strain is recommended for Sativa lovers due to its intense cerebral high.

What are the flavors and effects of Killing Fields Strain?

The strain’s taste is pleasant and is a mixture of honey, citrus, and earthy flavors that make it an excellent cannabis strain to smoke. This marijuana strain produces mild cerebral high distinguished by an increase in energy, creativity, and uplifted mood. It also urges giggles and social communications.

What are the medical benefits of Killing Fields Strain?

Due to its relaxing effect, it is perfect for managing depression and anxiety of various kinds. Medical patients with migraines can also find relief from headaches after smoking this strain. Also, it can be used for remedying nausea, loss of appetite, and stress.

Negative effects of Killing Fields Strain

Its adverse effects include anxiety, dry eyes, dry mouth, and headaches. In unusual cases, side effects include mild paranoia.

How to grow Killing Fields Strain?

This cannabis can be grown indoors or out, although successful outdoor cultivation prefers a semi-humid, Mediterranean-type climate. Due to its Sativa properties, this bud’s plants tend to be very tall and may require breeders to prune back its branches early in the flowering stage. Cultivators planning to draw out the strain’s bold purple tints should expose their crops to cold night weather, succeeding in its vegetative stage.

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