Golden Child

Golden Child

Strain ratings
Strain Overview
Seed Type
Sativa Dominant
THC Content
Sweet, Pineapple, Musky, Sour, Spicy, Pine and Earthy
Flowering Period
7 to 8 weeks
Warm and dry environment
400 to 450 g/m2
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

There are always two sides to every story, just like in the case of the Golden Child. This weed can be a cross between 1972 Acapulco and Super Lemon Haze F5, or it can also be a combination of a Chelumbian and Highland Oaxaca Gold. The result led to a weed producing huge buds that are green and deep gold in color and some oil production.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Golden Child?

Since there are two different combinations of this strain, the different phenotypes exude two distinct flavors. One is more in the sweeter notes with pineapple and some spicy aftertaste. While the other pheno has a more woody and musky taste with lemon and earthy undertones and some pine scents. 

Even though there two flavors of this fantastic cannabis, the effects are the same. It starts with an uplifting euphoria that provides energy and motivation to create something new. As soon as the high settles, it slowly creeps to a more calm state without being sedated. 

What are the Medical Benefits of the Golden Child?

This weed is known for its pain-numbing abilities making it perfect for patients treating injury, chemotherapy side effects, and post-surgery wounds. It can also provide excellent learning and focus regulation. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Golden Child.

Thanks to it’s ruderalis nature, this weed does not have any substantial side effects to its users, but some may still experience slight dizziness and also mild dry mouth. 

How to Grow Golden Child? 

Growing the Golden Child will be easy even for beginners, the sturdy and robust structure of this weed is perfect for outdoor cultivation, but it can also thrive in a greenhouse or indoors.