Abacus

Abacus

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Indica
THC Content
 16 to 23%
Flavors
Sour, candy, sweet, floral, and apple
Flowering Period
7 – 8 weeks
Climate
indoor/outdoor climate
Yield
1.7 oz per square meter
Height
Tall
Growing Difficulty
Moderate
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Strain Information

Abacus cannabis strain is made through crossing Fruity Pebble OG and Alien Sour Apple. The breeders are from the Green Acorns company or organization. Its buds are large with pink and lilac hues from its genetic lineage. The best time to use this strain is before bedtime or at night time. 

 What are the Flavor and Effects of Abacus?

 The first hit will begin of infusing the sour, candy, sweet, floral, and apple flavor tones. A buzz will crawl in your head that will totally elevate the spirit and infuse happiness. It will let you engage with people as this will enhance you in social content. Long before the effects will sooth in the deepest part of your limbs, it will turn your head in haze and then sedate your eyes to sleep. 

 What are the medical benefits of Abacus?

 The elevating properties will unwind you mentally which Abacus is one of the named strains that are best in curing stress and depression. Likewise, it had a calming effect that facilitates all overpressure of the muscles. Henceforth, a remedy for eye pressure, cramps, inflammation, muscle fits, and spasm this strain is. Your sleeping disorder will soon be accord to more dreams as it serenades best on sleeping. 

 Negative Effects You Can Expect from Abacus

 Abacus cannabis strain will instigate dryness of the throat and eyes. Subsequently, this strain got the capacity to actuate headache, dizziness, and paranoia when utilized excessively. 

 How to Grow Abacus? 

 You should guarantee the best airflow within all stems and keep up legitimate humidity levels for the best development of the Abacus cannabis strain. Indoors, outdoors, or in a greenhouse, can be developed. Use soil or coconut as the medium.