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  • Flowering Period:
    9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Indoors, Outdoors
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  • Flavors:
    Pine, Sweet, Earthy, Spice, Incense
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Strain Information

The Pandaran is an Indica and Sativa dominant hybrid. It comes from the combined genetics and crossbred Sour Diesel and Pandora’s Box. It is quite unique and it shows high resistance to pests and humid weather. It grows stout but it has large leaves that are overwhelming with potent buds and nugs are very dense. It also has the ability to flowers fast and yield good results of plants. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Pandaran?

The Pandaran has many flavors. You can taste a combination of pine, sweet, spice, earthy, and incense flavors that gets stronger after many puffs of smoke. It has balanced effects of deep relaxation and cerebral buzz that can be euphoric, giggly, and productive. 

What are the Medical Effects of Pandaran?

The medical effects of this strain are proven to be very effective in treating patients who are suffering from mental and body pains. It is a very good treatment of chronic pains, back pain, arthritis, muscle spasms, nausea, inflammation, depression, and anxiety.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from the Pandaran?

The negative effects are more of mental damaging side effects. You can expect your mind to be slow in processing emotions or otherwise. You can expect out of control behaviors, paranoia, hallucination, dizziness, hunger, mood swings, and dryness of the mouth and eyes. 

How to Grow the Pandaran?

The Pandaran is easy to grow. It does not need much specialization and maintenance. It can adapt easily in an indoor and outdoor setting and grows well in a cool to semi-humid weather temperature. Make sure to give some light and set it up under a 12 to 20-hour cycle every day depending on its growing stage. You can apply and cultivate it under a hydroponic system as it helps greatly in making the plant grow vigorously and absorb more nutrients from the water.

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