Speed’On

Speed’On Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
15 to 20%
Yield
100 to 250 g/m2
Type
Sativa Dominant
Flowering Period
10 weeks
Climate
Mild environment
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
Height
>1m
Flavors
Citrus, Sweet and Sour

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Speed’On Marijuana Seeds Information

Speed’ On is a dominantly Sativa autoflowering strain by the cannabis growers of Seed Bleed. The aroma is dominated by the scent of citrus. 

The exact genetics of this variety remains unknown. What is known is that Speed’ On is the result of cross-breeding a particular Ruderalis strain with a Sativa strain. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Speed’ On?

The strain truly tastes like a Sativa as it gives the palate the taste of citrus fruits. None too particular, but the strain also gives a sweet and sour flavor that tingles. 

Speed’ On could cause very Sativa effects. It is capable of uplifting your mood, boosting creativity, charging you up, and maintaining your performance. It also gives feelings of euphoria and energy. It is a great way to help you be productive during the day. 

What are the medical benefits of Speed’ On?

The medical benefits that you could get from the strain include its capacity to eliminate depression, overcome anxiety, ease muscle tension, relieve pain, and reduce inflammation. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Speed’On?

You are likely to experience having red eyes and cottonmouth. Furthermore, the strain could cause some smokers to experience increased heart rate, dizziness, paranoia, and headaches. 

How to Grow Speed’ On? 

The plant of this variety can be cultivated indoors, where you can give it the most controlled environment. It can also thrive as an autoflowering plant outdoors. 

Be sure to give it sufficient space for its growth. If you prefer, you can feed it with a variety of fertilizers suitable for its vegetative and flowering phases. Give it water when the root system is dry and make sure that the growth medium is suited. 

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