Golden Sativa

Golden Sativa

Strain ratings
Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
Medium to High
Flowering Period
9 to 12 weeks
Warm and humid environment
400 grams
Medium to Tall
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

The Brazilian Seed Company produced the Golden Sativa through the crossing of mysterious Brazilian landraces that mainly exhibits gold colors. The buds of this marijuana are massive, which are covered in high amounts of resins and orange hairs sprouting everywhere. This particular weed is not available as feminized seeds as of the moment.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Golden Sativa?

The flavors of this pot are leaning towards the sweet Sativa flavors with musky and woody base notes complimented by a mossy and fresh zest of citrus at the end. The overall taste leaves a bittersweet sensation on your lips. Despite being a Sativa variety strain, the start of the effect is like an indica giving you a relaxing and stress-relieving high with a slight body buzz until a shoot if cerebral rush shoot right up your head, giving you the focus and motivation to last throughout the day. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Golden Sativa?

Due to the relaxing and calming effects of this strain, it’s perfect for treating anxiety, chronic stress, fatigue, and chronic pain. Patients will find this marijuana as an effective mood and appetite regulator that can help them manage depression, bipolar disease, and anorexia. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Golden Sativa.

Even regular users of the Golden Sativa gets a cloud mouth after smoking or vaping this cannabis. Mild drowsiness may be felt before the cerebral rush takes place, but beginners should take it slow as it can cause paranoid thinking and nausea. 

How to Grow Golden Sativa? 

Golden Sativa will thrive best indoors but can also be cultivated outdoors, but beware of pests and molds as her resistance to such are not too strong. This particular strain has a strong odor, so indoor breeding would require setting up a carbon filter.