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Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
Sweet, Menthol, Candy, Diesel
Flowering Period
7 to 10 weeks
Dry and warm with a mild temperature 
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

Cirrus is a highly potent cannabis strain with plenty amount of THC content. With a phenotype from Candyland, Cirrus most effects came from the latter strain but beware, Cirrus is more powerful than Candyland more than you could imagine. Produced by the Oregon Cannabis Society, Cirrus is resin-rich cannabis with shining trichomes. The floppy bud of this weed and its purple color describes its ancestors. With a pungent and sweet aroma, no wonder, Cirrus is a good partner for the day.   

What are the Flavors and Effects of Cirrus?

Cirrus gives you mouth-watering flavors of sweet like candy added with menthol and diesel after exhale. Since this is a very potent strain, you’ll get an instant bag of energy leaving you highly sociable. With both strong and heavy effects, this weed might be overwhelming at times. Cirrus is not suitable for novice users and precautionary measures must be observed. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Cirrus?

Aside from recreation, Cirrus is also known as an effective antidote for illnesses like depression, mood swings, nausea, fatigue, chronic pain, and even migraines. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Cirrus? 

When using Cirrus, one must expect dry eyes and mouth as part of its adverse effects. An ample amount of water while using is also advised. 

How to Grow Cirrus? 

You can cultivate Cirrus either indoors or outdoors as long as a sufficient amount of nutrients and care is given to them. As this strain likes dry and warm climate, either outdoor or indoor, a grower must make sure that the growing environment is ideal for a promising yield.