Some Sweet

Some Sweet Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
17 to 20%
Yield
500 grams per square meters (Indoor) / 700 to 900 grams per plant (Outdoors)
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
7 to 8 Weeks
Climate
Prefers warm and dry climate, advisably grown indoors
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
2 meters (6.6 ft.)
Flavors
Fruity, Grapes, Berries, Sweet

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Some Sweet Marijuana Seeds Information

Some Sweet is an indica dominant strain cultivated by Medical Seeds; it is a strain with delicious flavors that will satisfy you and keep your entire body in a tranquil state.

What are the Flavors and Effects of Some Sweet?

The flavors of this cannabis strain are Fruity, Grapes, Berries, and Sweet. As inherited from its parental strains, you can trace some flavors of berries and grapes with this strain. It is overall, sweet, delicious, and accompanied by the same sweet aroma.

It offers a physically relaxing effect, soothing your overall body. Other than that, it also has minimal cerebral effects that can help you clear your mind.

What are the Medical Benefits of Some Sweet?

This strain can work as a pain killer due to its full-body relaxing effects. The physically relaxing effect is long lasting and keeps the pain away for a while. It can also help get rid of fatigue by calming your body.

In the end, this calming sensation may lead to sleepiness and can help those with insomnia.

Negative Effects of Some Sweet

This strain may cause dry eyes, mouth and throat similar to other, common cannabis strains. Since it causes the user to enter a full-body relaxing state, it may promote laziness. Sometimes, you may also feel dizzy after a long, undisrupted sleep.

How to Grow Some Sweet? 

This strain does not grow big at all, making it suitable for indoor growing with little space. It loves warm and dry weather and keeping it under its preferred climate conditions will help it achieve its maximum potential yield.

As a hybrid strain, it grows fairly easy, even novice growers will not have a hard time growing it. 

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