Paradise Island

Paradise Island

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    8 to 9 weeks
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    Indoors, Outdoors
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Strain Information

Paradise Island is an Indica and Sativa dominant hybrid. It has an excellent combination and is the result of the unified Chocolope and Purple Jar strains. It has an intense smell of fruity scent.

It shows the nice and sturdy and structural form, and it yields heavily both indoors and outdoors. It also carries heavy, resinous buds that show a bushy-like figure on top. It also shows nice purple hues and red colors as it flowers and bloom.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Paradise Island?

This strain has an explosive flavor of the grape, and it produces a mix of Sativa and Indica effects. It brings a heavy, relaxed feeling but also very uplifting. It has this overwhelming feeling of being overjoyed, which can sometimes make you feel anxious but still productive and focused. This strain is nice to consume in the daytime. 

What are the Medical Effects of Paradise Island?

This strain is proven to be very effective and also helpful in treating depression, post-traumatic stress, insomnia, chronic pains, nausea, inflammation, Crohn’s diseases, migraine, and other mild body pains. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Paradise Island?

You can expect to experience dizziness, headache, paranoia, insatiable hunger, dryness of the mouth and eyes, hallucination, mild hangover the following day, uncontrollable or aggressive behavior, palpitation, anxious or nervous feeling, and mood swings. 

How to Grow Paradise Island?

Paradise Island is very suitable, mostly in any indoor or outdoor area. It grows tall and needs support as it carries heavy, resinous buds. It is good for a SOG system or topping. It yields heavily, and it absorbs many nutrients like iron and magnesium. Also, it requires at least an advanced skill to perform or apply a growing technique to avoid any possible damages. Other than that, allow the plant to absorb light for at least 12 hours to 20 hours daily, depending on its growing stage. 

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