Strain ratings
Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
Sweet, Fruity, Tropical, Sour 
Flowering Period
9 weeks
Warm environment
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

Bringing back memories of colorful dances, parades, food and amusement, Carnival is an offspring of classic Haze. The classic haze gets the full credit of Carnival’s head and body capabilities though, as the name and whereabouts of Carnival’s sativa father are unknown. It is an ideal strain for beginners due to its quick finish. It matures into a frosty, fragrant plant with tightly-packed blossoms smelling like tart sour fruit, aloe and haze.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Carnival?

Carnival is very popular for being a social strain. In just a snap of a finger, you will become a social butterfly flying over the colourful and vibrant Brazilian Carnivale where the strain was reportedly named after. It will uplift you to the ninth, making you feel that you have wings. It can make you talkative as this strain can make your ideas run wild that you can no longer wait but share them. Creativity and inspiration are enhanced too.

What are the Medical Benefits of Carnival?

Aside from stomping the negative ideas courtesy of anxiety and depression, it can soothe migraines and headaches, arthritis and glaucoma. It can also relax the whole body and rid all pains that will interfere in your relaxation states such as muscle pain, back pain, neck pain and migraines.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Carnival

Due to its leading sativa genetics, other users may feel more anxious about this strain so make sure it is taken in small dosages. It can cause hallucinations, disorientation, confusion, vertigo, and nausea. You might also find your eyes dry and itchy. Cottonmouth is also commonly present after a few smokes.

How to grow Carnival? Some information and Tips

Even though it is sativa dominant, Carnival is highly recommended for indoor growing as it has a tendency to stay shorter than a typical Sativa strain. It prefers to be in a hydroponics setup for maximum yield. If you will grow indoors, place it straight under a 12/12h light system. Avoid using LED as it can produce lesser yield. HPS lamps are better.