Kalyana

Kalyana

Ratings
5/5
  • Type:
    Sativa
  • Flowering Period:
    60 days
  • Climate:
    warm climate
  • Yield:
    450 - 500g/m2
  • Flavors:
    fruity, pineapple
  • THC Content:
    High
  • Height:
    Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:
    Moderate

Strain Information

A sativa dominant plant, Kalyana releases a sweet aroma of pineapple in the air. Developed by Omni Seeds, it was created by mixing Trainwreck and SMOG. It is also considered to be one of the breeders’  pioneer strains. Due to its 70% sativa genes and 30% indica genes, it is best cultivated indoors. It is not available as feminized seeds.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Kalyana?

 A strain that will be surely adored by smokers with the sweet tooth, Kalyana presents a fruity flavor, with pineapple being the most overpowering one. The user will start to feel a tingly sensation around the eyes, which is also felt around the temples, then the sudden burst of energy, awakening all the senses, and making the user more creative and productive.

What are the Medical Benefits of Kalyana?

The weed can immensely help people with depression, chronic stress, chronic fatigue, bipolar disorder, and PTSD, without inducing anxiety or paranoia. With its average THC level, it can help with attention deficit disorder to focus. It can make you hungry as well, making it perfect for people with anorexia and loss of appetite. The body high also offers instant body pain relief. It also helps in insomnia.

Negative Effects you Can Expect from Kalyana

Too much of everything is bad, and this also applies to excessive usages of Kalyana. It can lead to uncomfortable situations. It will hit your mind and body with negative effects, such as dry mouth, dry eyes, and arid throat. Larger intakes are likely due to its deliciousness, so it can also lead to dizziness, anxiety, and paranoia. Some users have reported nausea and headache.

How to grow Kalyana? 

The strain is best suited for the Sea of Green (SOG) growing method. Since it has dominating sativa genes, a key to good response is the provision of intense lighting. The more lights, the better, as long as the temperature does not exceed 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Light feeding is advised, though it grows amazingly tall.

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