Snow Leopard Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
21% to 30%
Yield
10 to 12 ounces per square meter (indoor), 12 ounces or more per plant (outdoor)
Type
Indica
Flowering Period
8 to 10 weeks
Climate
Warm, humid
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
Tall
Flavors
Earthy, Woody, Pine, Tropical, Berry, Fruit, and Sweet

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Snow Leopard Marijuana Seeds Information

Snow Leopard is one of the most unusual plant varieties from the enigmatic breeder Bodhi Seeds, crossing the dual global genetics of Tigermelon and Snow Lotus, both of which have heavy Haze and Afghan roots as well as Thai and Mexican components. Snow Leopard buds have lumpy and super heavy pepper-shaped soft minty green nugs of deep amber fur and a frosty thin layer of tiny white trichomes and clear sticky syrupy resin droplets.

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Snow Leopard?

Earth, woody, pine, tropical, berry, fruit, and sweet touches of flavor this strain brings. The results do not end until it has the past 15 to 20 minutes. In a surge of euphoria, it clears the brain and makes you feel happy. The uplifting buzz lasts hours and trains you for the body buzz that is to come. Soothing and calming, in deep relaxation, it softly cradles you and wraps you.

 What are the Medical Benefits of Snow Leopard?

Snow Leopard is said to be perfect for treating conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, depression, and anxiety. Also, this strain is a natural painkiller. It brings healing to symptoms like chronic pain and inflammation. Additionally, it cures insomnia.

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from Snow Leopard

This strain will make you experience dry mouth and eyes. Also, mild cases of dizziness and anxiety may happen if too much indulge.

 How to Grow Snow Leopard?

Growing this strain can be indoors or outdoors. You can control temperature, lighting, and humidity to bring out its full potential. Also, you must use soil for better flavors or hydroponics for a quicker flowering period. The Sea of Green (SOG) method and in a warm or humid climate should be cultivated and applied.

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