• Type:
  • Flowering Period:
    8 to 9 weeks
  • Climate:
    Indoors, Outdoors
  • Yield:
    Medium to Heavy
  • Flavors:
    Spearmint, Fruit, Cake 
  • THC Content:
  • Height:
    Medium to Tall
  • Growing Difficulty:

Strain Information

The Paragon is a mix of Indica and Sativa dominant hybrids. It is one of the finest easy to grow strains that comes from the combined Girl Scout Cookies and Mendodawg. It carries thick frosty flowers and buds full of resins. 

It is very tight and it shows a nice line of intense purple hues. It is vigorous and produces heavy yields, good for extraction and concentration. It is mostly recommended by expert cannabis users to be used during daytime. 

What are the Flavor and Effects of Paragon?

The flavors of this strain are spearmint, fruity and sweet cake. It has a strong Sativa effect which is very psychedelic and can leave you mentally focused. It also produces a relaxing, euphoric, and uplifting vibe.

What are the Medical Effects of Paragon?

This strain is used to prevent depression, post-traumatic stress, anxiety and insomnia. It also helps in treating muscle spasms, chronic pains, back pain, migraine, nausea and inflammation. 

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Paragon?

The negative effects that you can expect in this strain are dizziness, paranoia, insatiable hunger, headache, hallucination, hangover, dryness of the mouth, blurry vision, slower reaction time, and uncontrollable behavior.

How to Grow Paragon?

The Paragon is easy to cultivate. It can easily be cultivated and does not require advanced skills to set up a growing medium. It is suitable for SOG, hydroponic and topping. It requires support for the plant to not bend and lose its flowers. Make sure to improvise light indoors. It needs a 12-hour cycle of light and 20 hours during its flowering stage. Also, it absorbs many nutrients and water. Make sure that you also provide water from time to time to avoid the roots drying up. 

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