Smiley Face Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
High
Yield
Medium
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
9 to 10 
Climate
Indoor/Outdoor Warm and Dry
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
Average to Tall
Flavors
Orangey and Sweet

Where To Buy Smiley Face Marijuana Seeds

Smiley Face Marijuana Seeds Information

This marijuana is the result of the hybridization of the famous Dosidos and Legend Orange Apricot cannabis strains. Bred by geniuses from Compound Genetics, this weed guarantee leisure and medicinal contribution attracting the attention of cannabis growers

What are the Flavor and Effects of Smiley Face?

This weed brings on a blend of sweet and orangey flavors. Its popularity continues to reign in the cannabis world because of the notable speedy high in your first couple of tokes. It has a lasting sensation filling your mental side with positivity and inspiring creativity.

What are the Medical Benefits of Smiley Face?

Several users depend on this strain for its potent effect on its average THC level. Therapeutic advantages include many positive feedbacks include treating eye pressure, migraines, chronic fatigue, and muscle spasms. It also stretches its healing ability to patients suffering from mental problems like bipolar disorder, mood swings, and stress.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Smiley Face 

Marijuana with high THC levels has expected adverse outcome damaging the health of humans. Particularly serious downsides of this weed involve breathing problems, temporary hallucinations, and vomiting if taken in a regular higher doze. Mild expected outcomes after smoking include headaches, dry red eyes, and dry mouth.

How to Grow Smiley Face? 

Growers suggest applying the Main Lining, Pinching, or Topping to achieve its maximum yield. Ensure a warm and dry atmosphere in caring for this plant. Outdoor germination is an edge while you are using an appropriate amount of light. Make sure to maintain temperature and humidity levels and grow in an area with adequate space and safe from antagonists.

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