Spacetiva

Spacetiva Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 to 20%
Yield
200 to 400 g/m2
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
10 to 12 weeks
Climate
Sunny and tropical environment
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
<1m
Flavors
Citrus, Rosemary, Earth, and Oregano

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Spacetiva Marijuana Seeds Information

Spacetiva is a mostly Sativa strain that smells mostly like citrus fruits but also with the mild scent of rosemary.

The hybrid is the result of breeding together the strains of Original Haze and Angel. It traces its origin from Mexico, British Colombia, Thailand, and India. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Spacetiva?

The strain has the Sativa taste of citrus fruits. The exhale also brings mild and earthy undertones of rosemary and oregano. The smoke tends to be smooth on the throat.

The Spacetiva is an invigorating strain that can elicit creativity, energize, bring a rush of thoughts, and spur euphoria. After the initial effects have subsided, what remains is a relaxed and calming high. 

What are the medical benefits of Spacetiva?

The strain performs the medical purpose of helping patients who are enduring depression, anxiety, chronic stress,   and fatigue. Also, it can relieve stress and pain among users. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Spacetiva?

The strain can bring you the discomfort of red eyes, dry mouth, acute dehydration, and cottonmouth. Overdosage can also bring bouts of cough lock.

There are also cases where consuming the strain can lead to loss of short-term memory, headaches, paranoia, and anxiety. 

How to Grow Spacetiva? 

The plant can be nurtured indoors, outdoors, or inside a greenhouse. Due to its tenacity in growing, it would be best to have them outdoors or in a spacious greenhouse. 

The plant is quick to fill up the garden but it is slow to ripen for harvest. You have to be patient as a grower. Canopy management is recommended because the plant tends to produce more shoots when it is topped.

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