South Mountain Golden Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
21%
Yield
500 to 600 grams per square meter
Type
Sativa
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Climate
Warm
Growing Difficulty
Easy
Height
Moderate
Flavors
Flowery

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South Mountain Golden Marijuana Seeds Information

This plant opens a new period in high-quality and fast-blooming Sativa strains. It is a mostly Sativa variety from Xtreme Seeds which can be planted both indoors and outdoors. This first-class cannabis has been worked on for years by the Guerilla fighter until they finally reached their target which is to create one of the finest Sativa strains in the market with a short-term flowering period.

This weed is popular for its high amounts of resin and old-school aroma that will make you feel excited and elated. This is good for daytime consumption due to its stimulating impact.

What are the Flavor and Effects of South Mountain Golden?

This marijuana has a complex flavor and aroma. It has an enthralling floral scent infused with sweet and wooden taste. It is quite powerful and it boosts one’s intellectual abilities while leaving him/her psychedelic and euphoric at the same time. Its extreme potency may even lead to paranoia if your body can’t handle its intense genetic impacts.

What are the medical benefits of South Mountain Golden?

This weed can be a good aid for anxiety and depression. It can also increase one’s focus, creativity, learning skills, and appetite. It helps uplift one’s mood as well as provide one with a good slumber.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from South Mountain Golden?

Immoderate usage will make one suffer from dry mouth and eyes, dizziness, anxiety, paranoia, lethargy, increased heart rate, and low blood pressure.

How to Grow South Mountain Golden?

This plant grows asymmetrically with a pretty light green color, which turns into an eye-catching golden tone during its maturity stage. When grown indoors, it will bloom approximately about 60-65 days, while it can be harvested at the end of September or at the onset of October when it’s cultivated outdoors.

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