Golden Sun II

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Strain Overview
Seed Type
THC Content
Earthy, Sweet, Hash, and Lemon
Flowering Period
8 to 9 weeks
Warm and slightly humid environment
Growing Difficulty
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Strain Information

The Golden Sun II is very much like her sister, a cross between the Shirin Gol and an unknown hybrid with lineage coming from Tajikistan, a mystery that adds elegance to her beauty. This cannabis was another creation of Austrian Seeds. 

This weed is incredibly tall that you might need to use a ladder to trim or gazed at her beautiful buds. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Golden Sun II?

Indulge your nose with the scent of sweet earth as you inhale the thick smoke of this pot. As the smoke slowly leaves your mouth, the fantastic flavor of mild refreshing lemons crawls in and enveloping your tongue with a classic hash aftertaste. 

The famous saying that the fruit does not fall far from the tree seems to be true with this strain as it can display effects just like the Shirin Gol. The main impact of the high is felt throughout the body with a mild heady euphoria at the beginning. This is a perfect strain to pair with Netflix and chill. 

What are the Medical Benefits of Golden Sun II?

Patients who are suffering from depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar, ADD/ADHD, stress, and fatigue would find the effects of this marijuana very useful in managing their symptoms. This weed can also help patients deal with any pain, injury, or inflammation. 

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Golden Sun II.

While it is very typical to get dry eyes and mouth when smoking this strain, some users may also get mild headaches or nausea. However, reports of paranoia and anxiety are as little to none.

How to Grow Golden Sun II? 

Give her an unlimited space, and she will reach for the stars, the Golden Sun II stands very tall,  it is highly recommended for outdoor breeding, but for experienced and expert breeders, they may cultivate her indoors. This cannabis can tolerate any form of training and techniques and may sometimes require stake support for her slim stalk.