Phatt Frutty

Phatt Frutty Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
12%
Yield
1.6 ounces per square foot
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 to 10 weeks
Climate
Semi-humid Climate
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Short
Flavors
Musky Ffruity, Sweet, and Skunk

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Phatt Frutty Marijuana Seeds Information

Created by Barney’s Farm, Phatt Frutty is a mix and match of three strains namely Afghani, North Indian, and Mexican. It gives off an earthy, hashy aroma. Its buds are dense and compact with fiery tangerine hairs and a coating or sparkly white trichomes.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Phatt Frutty?

Phatt Frutty is a unique concoction of flavors that are reminiscent of berries and earthy spices.

Phatt Fruity is nighttime marijuana which induces a sleepy, mellow and introspective mental and body high which novices might want to avoid due to high potency. It will envelop you in total relaxation and calmness that is headed for a good night’s sleep.

What are the Medical Benefits of Phatt Frutty?

Its indica and sativa effects make Phatt Frutty suitable in treating health conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, muscle spasms, depression, and stress. It has the power to numb you up and sedate you. It acts as an analgesic, anti-depressant, and relaxant.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Phatt Frutty.

Regardless of the strain, marijuana causes slight dehydration. Users usually complain of cottonmouth and eyes when using Phatt Frutty.

As an easy remedy, ingesting sufficient amounts of fluids will taper down the effects. The soundest preventative measure for the eyes is the use an artificial teardrop.

If you have a low tolerance to the strain, then you may likely experience anxiety, dizzy spells and worse, paranoia. This is a phenomenon called greening out. This is due to the irresponsible use of the strain. It is best to just go slow with the doses and take in moderation.

How to Grow Phatt Frutty?

Phatt Frutty grows short and squat because of its indica genes. It has thick foliage that requires pruning. Be careful not to cut the sugar leaves though. Pruning will reduce moisture, thus preventing powdery mildew. This plant grows both indoors and outdoors. It loves a semi-humid climate.

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