Central American

Strain ratings
Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
Flavors: Earthy, sweet, nutty, blueberry, diesel and skunk
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Warm and dry outdoor climate
16 to19 ounces per square meter
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

Central American strain refers to the native varieties of cannabis or landraces that develop natively in this region of the world. Because of this region’s measure and weather, these native landrace strains lead to be sativa in structure and effect.

Central American strain is a true landrace strain that is native to the area it was titled after. This strain is all about delivering you feel uplifted and comfortable and is perfect for daytime use.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Central American? 

Central American’s flavors are just as tempting on the breath this strain will taste earthy and sweet, covering your tongue with its irresistible flavor. Its smoke tastes very strong like diesel and Pine, with a lingering sweet and earthy aftertaste as quickly as you emit the haze. This strain will start with a strong euphoric effect that will make you feel awaken and activated.

What are the Medical Benefits of Central American?

This strain is preferred by cancer patients who have endured chemotherapy or radiation and are attempting out a more natural way for them to fight chronic nausea and inflammation that comes with the treatment.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Central American? 

Central Americans have some adverse effects with a very minimal end that is mostly caught by inexperienced smokers. As strong dry mouth sensation is most common with this strain, making you feel thirsty throughout your high. 

How to Grow Central American?

This strain can be grown indoors but also outdoors and prefers a warm and dry growing environment. Central American tends to grow into a tall and lean plant where the heavy branches which might need support. This strain is easy to grow and is highly resistant to common patterns, as well as molds and other diseases.