Pink Sunset Marijuana Seeds Information
Pink Sunset is a hybrid strain with an indica dominant variety. The cross-breeding of three amazing strains created a hybrid that has retained the quality and terpene profile of these three cannabis strains. These three are namely the Girl Scout Cookies strain or the GSC, OG Kush strain and the Cherry Pie strain.
What are the Flavor and Effects of Pink Sunset?
The Pink Sunset strain has an impressive number of scent and taste that are totally refreshing and delicious. The combination of floral and citrusy lemon of the strain will surely make you crave for more. The orange twist and sweetness of berry undertones add on to its outstanding terpenes. The mixture of berry and fruity sweet goodness makes its amazing taste. Similar to its scent, it also has touches of orange taste.
The impact of Pink Sunset is quiet and gradual. At first, it gives you subtle feelings of euphoria and slowly enhances your mood. It then gradually clear your mind giving you focus. As the mood enhances, you may feel happy with little giggles. For a few minutes, the strain put you in heavy and lazy feelings.
What are the Medical Benefits of Pink Sunset?
The cannabis strain Pink Sunset is a great medical means to find the solution to your problems in terms of ailments and discomfort. The stress and pains that you are feeling can now have a great way to relive it. It can also help in the treatment of any type of psychological difficulty and can likewise help the reduction of arthritis pain and muscle cramps.
Negative Effects You Can Expect from Pink Sunset?
The strain Pink Sunset can also cause mild dizziness and slight anxiety experience. The manifestation of paranoid behavior may also arise especially when the strain is consumed at a great amount and also when you reach beyond your limits.
How to Grow Pink Sunset?
Despite being an indica dominant strain, the Pink Sunset can grow up to five feet tall which is pretty impressive for indoor and outdoor cultivation. The Pink Sunset strain also has the capacity to adapt to different temperatures changes and humidity. It could also withstand varying light conditions and adjust itself accordingly. It also has an impressive ability to resist molds and diseases that could potentially harm the growth of any plant. It is well suited for the Screen of Green (SCROG) technique. Pruning regularly may also be needed to allow the right circulation of air within the plants as it can thrive densely.